|Date of Birth
||21 December 1982
|Place of Birth
||London, England, UK
Charlie Cox was born in London on December 21st, 1982. Charlie 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 the BBC production of Judge John Deed as the Young Vicar.
Charlie is currently living in London with his brother and with his dog Dickon. As of July 2004, he has two films in post production: Things To Do Before You Are 30 (formerly You Don't Have To Say You Love Me), with Dougray Scott, and The Merchant of Venice, with Al Pacino. Charlie's current movie in circulation is Dot the I (aka Obsession) with Gael Garcia Bernal, which received rave reviews at The Sundance Film Festival.