SUCCESSION star Brian Cox is making a fortune by sending £510 worth of video messages to fans – asking them to “quit it”.
Actor Logan Roy has so far received 69 rave reviews from fans for featuring his TV catchphrase in paid clips.
Sources at video messaging site Cameo say that typically only about a quarter of customers leave reviews.
So that means he could have made £140,000 from his screams.
Brian is one of the most expensive stars on the site.
He told fans: “Brian won a Golden Globe for his performance as ‘Logan Roy’ on the hit HBO series SUCCESSION and is best known for asking other characters in the show program “leave”. Ask him to say your favorite line about him!
“He also played ‘William Stryker’ in X-MEN, ‘Ward Abbott’ in THE BOURNE SUPREMACY, ‘Captain O’Hagan’ in SUPER TROOPERS, ‘Big John Harrigan’ in LIE, ‘Agamemnon’ in TROY,” said Richard Morgan’ in THE RING, and ‘Hannibal Lecter’ in MANHUNTER.”
One satisfied customer said: “Rictured, likely to take first.”
The Scottish actor, who has received worldwide acclaim for his portrayal of the hit show’s media mogul Logan Roy, has been active in showbiz for more than 60 years.
The 75-year-old made his film debut in 1968 when he appeared in the BBC drama Theater 625.
While his cinematic bow appeared three years later in the historical hit Nicholas and Alexandra.
Other top jobs throughout the years include starring in 1986’s Manhunter, becoming the first person to play assassin Hannibal Lecter on screen.
He then starred in parts of the Scottish epics Rob Roy and Braveheart before starring in the Jason Bourne series and receiving critical acclaim in Churchill magazine.
But perhaps his biggest success came later in his career after starting his reign as TV’s most beloved patriarch in The Successor 4 years ago.
https://www.thesun.ie/tvandshowbiz/8266979/brian-cox-succession-fame-video-messages-cameo/ Brian Cox is cashing in on The Successor’s popularity with £510 video messages to fans on Cameo