PHOEBE FOX (Eve Parkins) is a young British actress from
London. In 2011, she was nominated for 'Best Newcomer' at the Evening Standard
Theatre Awards and also featured on the 2011 Screen International 'Stars of
Tomorrow' list. Phoebe was most recently seen starring opposite Mark Strong in
the "unforgettable" revival of 'A View From The Bridge' at the Young Vic
Theatre. The play received outstanding reviews, with Phoebe delivering a
"brilliantly playful" performance as Eddie Carbone's niece 'Catherine' (The
Phoebe has recently completed filming for the new three part BBC drama 'Life
in Squares', written by BAFTA Award-winning Amanda Coe. Phoebe plays Vanessa
Bell, sister to Virginia Woolf in this emotional drama which studies the lives
of The Bloomsbury Set, a revolutionary group of 20th century culture. She is
currently filming the BBC's "The Hollow Crown" Shakespeare series, opposite Judi
Dench and Benedict Cumberbatch. For television, Phoebe was most recently seen
opposite Tom Hollander in the BBC drama, "A Poet in New York", in May 2014.
Directed by BAFTA winner, Aisling Walsh, the series explored the last days of
the great poet, Dylan Thomas. Phoebe has also recently been in the BBC hit
series "The Musketeers" as the Duchess of Savoy. Her other television credits
include 'New Tricks', 'Switch', 'Coming Up' and C4's 'Black Mirror'.
For film, Phoebe will be seen in thriller Eye In The Sky, alongside Helen
Mirren and Aaron Paul. The film is set in the world of remotely piloted drone
warfare and has an expected release of 2015. Phoebe's other film credits include
Tom Harper's feature War Book and One Day.
Phoebe is well known for her role on stage. In 2012, she played a
"refreshingly ballsy" 'Cordelia' in: King Lear" at The Almeida (The Guardian).
She also played 'Anne' in The National's "There Is A War". "There Is a War" was
one of three productions, alongside "As You Like It" at The Rose Theatre and
"The Acid Test" at The Royal Court Theatre, for which Phoebe was shortlisted for
the Milton Shulman Award for 'Outstanding Newcomer' at the Evening Standard
Theatre Awards 2011.