Torin Kamran Charles is 17 years old son of the Scottish superstar Brian Cox, who has appeared in hundreds of feature films, and several TV shows and theatres, winning a string of awards throughout his more than 60 years of an active career.
Presently starring in the popular HBO series Succession, since 2018, Cox, as one of the most celebrated actors, has won two Olivier Awards, a Primetime Emmy Award, and a Golden Globe Award. He received a nomination for British Academy Television Award and three Screen Actors Guild Awards. For his remarkable contribution to the entertainment sector, the actor was also honored with the Order of the British Empire in 2003.
Torin’s Family Background
Torin was born on Oct 1, 2004, as the second child of Coz and his wife Nicole Ansari. Torin’s father was born and brought up in a middle-class roman catholic family in Dundee, Scotland. Cox’s father Charles McArdle Campbell Cox served as a police officer. His mother, Mary Ann Guillerline worked as a spinner in the jute mills. Cox was raised by his three elder sisters as his father died when he was 8.
Torin’s father has two children from his first wife Caroline Burt. Torin has two half-brothers Margaret and actor Alan. Cox married his second wife and Torin’s mother actress Nicole Ansari in 2002. Torin has one older brother Orson Jonathan Cox with whom he lives in New York City.
Cox studeid at St Mary’s Forebank Primary School and St Michael’s Junior Secondary School in Dundee. He polished his acting skills at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art.
Torin’s father, having seen several struggles in life, started working at Dundee Repertory Theatre at 14 in 1961, which marked his beginning as an actor. He performed his first show The Servant O’ Twa Maisters, in October 1965 at Royal Lyceum Theatre Edinburgh, of which he was one of the founding members. He became an accomplished Shakesperian actor while performing with the Royal Shakespeare Company and the Royal National Theatre during the 1980s and 1990s.
He received his first Laurence Olivier Award for Best Actor for portraying the Royal Ulster Constabulary officer Inspector Nelson in Rat in the Skull in 1984. He won his first British Theatre Association Drama Award for Best Actor for his Broadway debut Eugene O’Neill’s Strange Interlude at the Nederlander Theatre in 1985.
While he made his film debut in 1971, he achieved stardom during the mid-1990s when he started as Killearn in Rob Roy, winning a BAFTA Scotland Award nomination for Best Actor.
Torin’s Family Net Worth
Torin, being a star kid, would be inheriting a big amount of wealth that Cox earned throughout his highly successful career. Having a net worth of $15 million, Cox owns a home in Primrose Hill, London. Cox earned a salary of $200k per episode for the HBO series Succession for its first two seasons, amounting to $2 million per season. His salary for the third season has been increased to $500,000 per episode, which will be $5 million for the season. For his outstanding acting skills in Nuremberg, he bagged an Emmy Award for Best Supporting Actor and was nominated for a Golden Globe Award as Best Actor