Alan Cox made his Broadway debut as Owen in Translations for Manhattan Theatre Club which originated at McCarter Theatre Center. Additionally, he played David Frost in the national tour of Frost/Nixon and appeared regionally in Passion Play (Goodman Theatre), Behind the Eye (Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park), and The Caretaker (BAM and international tour). His work in the UK includes seasons at National Theatre, Royal Shakespeare Company, and Chichester Festival Theatre. He made his West End debut in Strange Interlude, and his recent appearances include The Creeper and The Importance of Being Earnest. Off West End he appeared in the London premieres of The Earthly Paradise, The Flu Season, The Rubenstein Kiss, and Passion Play. He recently toured Israel and Palestine playing Prospero in The Tempest, and he is a regular collaborator with Howard Barker and The Wrestling School. His film work includes Contagion, The Dictator, August, The Speed of Thought, The Auteur Theory, Mrs. Dalloway, An Awfully Big Adventure, and Young Sherlock Holmes. His television credits include “Not Only But Always,” “Housewife 49,” and HBO’s “John Adams.” He is a graduate of The London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts.