Putting The Rabbit In The Hat:

He may be scathing about some of his peers, but Brian Cox’s honest account of his life and career is a real story with real heart

28th November, 2021
Putting The Rabbit In The Hat:
Brian Cox writes that, like his most famous character, Succession’s Logan Roy, he grew up in a working-class Scottish family: ‘generation after generation of Mick-Macks besieged by the forces of tribalism and the Catholic faith.’ Picture: Mhairi Edwards


Putting The Rabbit In The Hat

By Brian Cox

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