Kerry Fox is a prominent actress from New Zealand, who marked a glorious career in a global arena. Kerry Fox, who gripped the international attention by playing real-life character Janet Frame on ‘An Angel at My Table’, went on to become a popular and talented actress of the time working on giant ventures and projects.
Kerry Fox is married to husband Alexander Linklater, a Freelancer and exec producer for a magazine. Though rumors hit the tabloids and journal that her marriage is going through a rough patch, the couple is still together relishing a blissful relationship.
Kerry was born and raised in Wellington, New Zealand. Being enigmatic about her private life, she concealed most of the information on early childhood and parents away from media throughout all this time. Never communicating openly with media personnel, she never confronted about her educational background though we presume that she might have majored in particular subject considering her dexterity and erudite persona.
Growing up in Wellington, she, however, attended New Zealand Drama School which is now named Toi Whakaari. Later moving to Britain, which is also a hometown of her husband Alexander Linklater, she continued to act in multiple films, which helped in the rise of her career.
It’s been several years since Kerry marriage with Alexander, a British journalist, freelancer, and editor of Prospect magazine. The couple has been in love with each other for all these years except for the time when Kerry had an intimate shoot with Mark Rylance which sparked the rumor that all is not well between the duo.
The news became a global headline and surfaced all over the local and international magazine instigating that Alexander was disappointed on her. Whatever the news was, the bottom line is that the couple is still together rejoicing an ecstatic life along with two children Hugh and Eric.
Kerry Fox is an absolute stunner with glowing skin, curvaceous body and glam style even at the 50s. With piercing blue eyes, evergreen good looks and subtle simplicity, she still makes a sizzling hot beauty in Hollywood.
With a blemish-free skin, even-toned body and scintillating appearance, she doesn’t seem to be a woman who is in her early 50. Stunning presence of Kerry can make worst of the day look good as the actress is blessed with such magnificent and captivating persona. Though already taken by British journalist Alexander now, she, however, must have been a dream woman of many hunks during teens considering how pleasant and elegant she is to date.
Standing at average 5 feet 7 inches height, she packs a great talent in her diminutive frame. With an astounding look, youthful visage, smoldering eyes and mesmerizing smile, she has been a lady to look for. Unlike other celebrities and actress, she never reached for artificial beauty products and fillers to acquire the flawless beauty.
Though most of the time busy filming movies and theatre works, she, however, spends her downtime hanging out and having fun with family and friends. During her spare time, she also attends red carpet events and film festival.
Kerry Fox is best noted for her role as Janet Frame from ‘An Angel at My Table, based on real life. Apart from the movie, she is also acknowledged for her character Sally Voysey in drama film ‘Country Life’.
Kerry, who rose to fame with Jane Campion directorial ‘An Angel at My Table’, where she played the leading role of Janet Frame, a New Zealand author has starred in multiple films including ‘The Last Days of Chez Nous’ and ‘A Village Affair’. Having a bravura acting career in the international platform, she has marked herself a place in Hollywood, mostly performing on independent movies and television series.
In 1994, when she starred alongside Sam Neill and Greta Scacchi in Country Life, she emerged to dominate the biggies with her acting prowess and exceptional stage presence winning worldwide accolades and admiration. Her character Sally Voysey in the movie earned her appreciation as well as a nomination at Australian Film Institute.
In the following years, she appeared in numerous globally celebrated films including ‘The Wisdom of Crocodiles starring Jude Law and ‘Intimacy’, where she shared screen space with Academy winning actor Mark Rylance. Her breakthrough movie in Britain was, however, Shallow Grave, a black comedy crime, where she portrayed the lead character of Juliet Miller.
Making the debut in stage shows and Broadway with ‘Speaking In Tongues’ by Andrew Bovell, she yet again won the hearts of audience performing alongside Ian Hart, John Simm and Lucy Cohu at Duke of York’s Theatre. In 2011, she appeared in the TV adaptation of Australian writer Tim Winton’s novel Cloudstreet, where played the character, Oriel Lamb.
Her estimated net worth and salary is yet to be revealed as the actress has chosen not to speak about it publicly. Enjoying the global success with commercially hit movies and television shows for most of the life, she must have hoarded massive fortune all this time. Considering her opulent lifestyle, it is considered that she owns a massive fortune worth millions of dollar.