|Fanny and Elvis||1999||Actor||Kate Dickson||19997|
|The Last Tattoo||1994||Actor||Kelly Towne||19947|
|The Sound of One Hand Clapping||1999||Actor||Sonja Buloh||19997|
|Shallow Grave||1995||Actor||Juliet Miller||19957|
|Angel At My Table||1991||Actor||Janet Frame||19917|
|Saigon Baby||1994||Actor||Kate Cooper||19947|
|Black and White||2004||Actor||Helen Devaney||20047|
|The Affair||Actor||Maggie Leyland||7|
|The Darkest Light||1999||Actor||Sue||19997|
|Last Respects||1996 1995 - 1996||Actor||n/a||19967|
|The Point Men||Actor||Maddy||7|
|Holding the Man||2015||Actor||n/a||20157|
|The Gathering||2003||Actor||Marion Kirkman||20037|
|A Village Affair||1996||Actor||Clodagh Unwin||19967|
|To Walk With Lions||1999||Actor||Lucy Jackson||19997|
|Rag Tale||2005||Actor||Peach James Taylor||20057|
|The Last Days of Chez Nous||1993||Actor||Vicki||19937|
|The Hanging Garden||1998||Actor||Rosemary||19987|
|Country Life||1995||Actor||Sally Voysey||19957|
|P.D. James' The Murder Room||2006 2005 - 2006||Actor||Muriel Godby||20067|
|Mr. Wroe's Virgins||Actor||Hannah||7|
|The Wisdom of Crocodiles||2000||Actor||Maria Vaughan||20007|
|Welcome to Sarajevo||1997||Actor||Jane Carson||19977|
|Mr. Pip||2014||Actor||Mrs. Watts||20147|
|Bright Star||2009||Actor||Mrs Brawne||20097|
|The Dressmaker||2015||Actor||Beulah Harridiene||20157|
|First major film role, portraying writer Janet Frame in the biopic "Angel at My Table", directed by Jane Campion|
|Cast as a foreign journalist on assignment in the Balkans in "Welcome to Sarajevo", directed by Michael Winterbottom|
|Portrayed the headstrong daughter of a visitor to an Australian sheep ranch in "Country Life", Michael Blakemore's adaptation of Chekhov's "Uncle Vanya"|
|Played the lover of a drifter who becomes the assistant to a wildlife conservationist in the fact-based "To Walk With Lions"|
|Cast as one of the titular characters in the TV miniseries "Mr. Wroe's Virgins", directed by Danny Boyle|
|Cast as a seductive lesbian in the British-made "A Village Affair", co-starring Sophie Ward|
|London stage debut in production of "The Maids" by Jean Genet|
|Garnered raves as a married actress who engages in a sexual relationship with a relative stranger in "Intimacy"; screened at Sundance and Berlin in 2001|
|Had leading role in the stage play "Flame" in London|
|Moved to England|
|Raised in Wellington, New Zealand|
|Co-starred opposite Ray Winstone in the unlikely romance "Fanny & Elvis"|
|Breakthrough screen role, as one of the plotting roommates in "Shallow Grave", directed by Boyle|
|Returned to the London stage in the Royal Court Theatre production of "I Am Yours"|
|Had supporting role as a suicidal woman in the vampire-themed "The Wisdom of Crocodiles", starring Jude Law|
|Co-starred in "The Last Days of Chez Nous", directed by Gillian Armstrong|
|Played an unhappily English woman who has a relationship with a black soldier during WWII in the HBO drama "The Affair"|
|Delivered an outstanding turn as the sister of gay man in "The Hanging Garden"|
|Jamie||Husband||Fox refuses to discuss her private life in interviews; lived with Fox in a home shared with chef Peter Gordon and his lover Michael McGrath; reportedly separated in 2000; divorced|
|Eric Linklater||Son||born in March 2001|
|"The characters take time to find their shapes and so it takes me a little while to move in and inhabit them ... I've never regretted any job I've done at all. I've taken something, learnt something from all of the roles, and that's part of the reason I choose them. They've got to somehow make me bigger with more understanding and I've got to come away somehow with something ... as a bigger person. I like to feel that I'm learning from the people I'm working with, growing and becoming stronger, more confident." --Kerry Fox on the craft of acting, quoted in the London Times, October 2, 1999.|
|"I'm aware I have an attitude; but I see myself as being honest. I like the way I deal with people. ... New Zealanders tend to avoid confrontation, but Australians have a bulldozing brashness; maybe I'm guilty of that some days.
"I lived in Australia for six years, and I was astounded by their bluntness - particularly the women - but also really impressed by it. I admired them - and I can't deny that I adopted it." -- Kerry Fox quoted in London's Evening Standard, August 17, 2000.
|On her abortive attempt to establish a career in Hollywood, Fox told Veronica Lee of London's The Guardian (August 31, 2000): "I got the strong impression that I was surrounded by people who didn't speak the same language, in the way that they do here or in Australia or New Zealand - that film can change people's perceptions of the world they live in. Then after a while in Hollywood I found I lost my grounding and came away feeling like an empty shell. I really lost my confidence."|
|Asked if she is difficult to work with, Fox replied, "That's a terrible word to use around actors. For some it means committed and professional. But I guess lots of people are frightened of me because they think I'm a loose cannon. I think they're frightened of my strength. They want things to be easy and straightforward, which I never do." --From Te Guardian, August 31, 2000.|
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