James Fox is a veteran British film star renowned for his appearances in such classics as "Passage to India" (directed by David Lean), "Remains of the Day" (with Sir Anthony Hopkins), "Performance" (with Sir Mick Jagger) and, more recently, "Sexy Beast" (with Ray Winstone & Sir Ben Kingsley). A patriarch of the famous Fox acting dynasty, James notable relations include his brother, Edward Fox, and his son, Laurence.
Seldom interviewed, James Fox offers rare insights into his life in film, his colourful time in 'Swinging London', recollections of famed figures such as director David Lean, his adult conversion to Christianity and his opinion of his son Laurence's foray into politics.
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