Laurence Fox (born 1978) is a British actor. He has appeared in several films, stage and television productions. He is currently appearing in the stage play Treats opposite Billie Piper.
Fox is the third son of the actor James Fox. His uncles are the actors Edward Fox, Daniel Chatto and the producer Robert Fox. His cousin is the actress Emilia Fox and his great-grandfather was the dramatist Frederick Lonsdale. He has three brothers and one sister, Tom, Robin, Jack and Lydia. Fox was educated at Harrow School. He trained at RADA where he was a contemporary of Rhys Meredith.
Fox is dating British actress Billie Piper, for whom he is rumoured to have left his partner of 6 years, Martha Swann. He and Piper are living together in their new home in a village in West Sussex.
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Laurence Fox was born