Brian Cox, never one to hold his tongue, says that he’s happy that the HBO comedy-drama series Succession is ending. He remarked, “The American inclination is to milk it for all it’s worth.” The Scottish actor has been portraying Logan Roy since the start of the HBO comedy-drama series. Cox says he will miss the cast, the atmosphere, and the bonhomie. The series has shown Roy’s constant battles with his very entitled children. The upcoming and last season of Succession shows Logan Roy isolated, agitated, and possibly lonely. His own children don’t attend his birthday party. His children are played by Jeremy Strong, Kieran Culkin, and Sarah Snook. Though the family squabbling has made Succession one of the most popular series on HBO, Brian Cox is still glad it’s ending. He has enjoyed his time with the cast and playing Logan Roy, but things must continue “upward and onwards”.
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The star is a seasoned actor that has taken on many accents and nationalities for the characters he’s played. He has been able to go from the small screen to the big screen to the stage flawlessly. Brian Cox is one of the main attractions of the HBO comedy-drama series. Despite his accolades for his role in Succession Brian Cox is happy the series is finally ending. There have been some disagreements on the preferred style of acting between Cox and his co-star Jeremy Strong. This disagreement has not stopped them from working well together on set. Cox has called Strong “a wonderful actor”, so it’s not exactly bad blood between them. With Succession ending, Brian Cox will not be hurting for more roles in the cinema or on television. There will surely be many more fights and surprises for Season 4 of Succession.
Catch the last season of the comedy-drama series Succession when it premieres on March 26 on HBO.