Brian Cox is splitting from his wife Nicole Ansari-Cox and says the succession made him lose his “anonymity”.

Brian Cox, 76, is stepping out in Primrose Hill with his wife Nicole Ansari-Cox, 54, as he admits his role in Succession has meant he has lost his “anonymity”.

Brian Cox took advantage of the summer weather on Monday when he went for a stroll in Primrose Hill, London, with his wife Nicole Ansari-Cox.

The 76-year-old actor cut a casual figure in a bright purple shirt underneath a dark blue denim shirt.

Brian completed his relaxed outfit with brown pants and simple gray trainers.

He walked down the street with his hands in his pockets and shielded his eyes behind black sunglasses.

Meanwhile, Nicole, 54, looked effortlessly stylish in her striped white, black and red t-shirt.

Couple: Brian Cox took advantage of the summer weather on Monday as he went for a stroll in Primrose Hill, London, with his wife Nicole Ansari-Cox

Couple: Brian Cox took advantage of the summer weather on Monday as he went for a stroll in Primrose Hill, London, with his wife Nicole Ansari-Cox

Looking good: The 76-year-old actor cut a casual figure in a bright purple shirt underneath a navy denim shirt

Looking good: The 76-year-old actor cut a casual figure in a bright purple shirt underneath a navy denim shirt

Relaxed: He walked down the street with his hands in his pockets and shielded his eyes behind black sunglasses

Relaxed: He walked down the street with his hands in his pockets and shielded his eyes behind black sunglasses

She paired it with blue skinny jeans, black Converse and a burgundy leather jacket.

The actress also wore burgundy sunglasses and styled her short dark locks into loose curls.

The couple in love have been married since 2002 and have two sons together, Orson Jonathan and Torin Kamran.

Her appearance comes after Brian admitted his critically acclaimed role on Succession caused him to “lose my anonymity.”

In the hit TV show, he played Logan Roy, the intimidating and short-tempered billionaire patriarch of the Roy family and their media conglomerate.

Brian secured a Golden Globe for the role, but admitted it Barley Magazine that his success came with a price.

He stated, “It has been a phenomenal journey for me.” There is no doubt that it has changed my life in many ways.

“I lost my anonymity, you know, I lost it all.” It’s all gone. I used to be the guy you’d say, “Oh, you were in such and such, or no, or no, you weren’t”… but now I’m Logan Roy and everyone just wants me to tell them, they shall fuck. * out of!’

Discussing how fans frequently ask him for “fucking selfies,” he said, “I say they can have one for $500.”

Known: Her performance comes after Brian admitted his critically acclaimed role in'Succession' caused him to'lost my anonymity'

Known: Her performance comes after Brian admitted his critically acclaimed role in ‘Succession’ caused him to ‘lost my anonymity’

“The best or worst example of this was in LA when I attended a #MeToo event where Ronan Farrow read from his book Catch and Kill and I was invited by Rosanna Arquette to come along.”

“So I showed up – I was late – and stood at the back of the room. The place was full of all these Hollywood women who were very intense.

“Anyway, it was an interesting conversation. Finally Ronan finished and there was a round of applause. And then the audience all turned and saw me and immediately pulled out their phones and started yelling at me to tell them to go away!

“Well I guess this is a #MeToo meetup, is that really appropriate?” There I am, an old white dinosaur telling all these women to fuck off. Something’s not quite right there.’

Greg Norman

Greg Norman is a WSTPost U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Greg Norman joined WSTPost in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing edmund gregnorman@wstpost.com.

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