Charlie Cox

Charlie Cox


Charlie Cox was born on Dec 15, 1982 in UK. Charlie Cox's big-screen debut came with Dot the I directed by Matthew Parkhill in 2003, strarring Theo. Charlie Cox is known for Spider-Man: No Way Home directed by Jon Watts, Tom Holland stars as Peter Parker and Zendaya as MJ. Charlie Cox has got 1 awards and 6 nominations so far. The most recent award Charlie Cox achieved is Screen Actors Guild Awards. The upcoming new tvshow Charlie Cox plays is Treason - Season 1 which will be released on Dec 26, 2022.

Charlie Thomas Cox was born in London, England, to Patricia C. A. (Harley) and Andrew Frederick Seaforth Cox, a publisher. He has English, Scottish, and Irish ancestry, and descends from several prominent forebears (Baronets of Agnew and Carnegie, an Earl of Findlater, and a Colonial Governor of New York, Andrew Elliot).Cox was educated and received his training in drama at Sherborne School in Dorset where he appeared in Dealer's Choice / Patrick Marber (Mugsy) The Writing Game (Leo) Code Crackers / Andy Wilkinson (Weasel) Confusions / Alan Aykbourne (Martin & Arthur) Henry V (Nym & John Bates). He received the Gerald Pitman Award for Acting from Sherborne School. He also appeared in Judge John Deed (2001) as the Young Vicar.He starred in Things to Do Before You're 30 (2005) (formerly You Don't Have To Say You Love Me), with Dougray Scott, Le marchand de Venise (2004), with Al Pacino, and Attraction fatale (2003) (aka Obsession) with Gael García Bernal, which received rave reviews at The Sundance Film Festival.

  • Birthday

    Dec 15, 1982
  • Place of Birth

    London, England, UK
  • Also known

    Τσάρλι Κοξ

Known For


1 wins & 6 nominations

Screen Actors Guild Awards
Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series
Winner - Actor

Movies & TV Shows

TV Shows