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Joe Dixon

An English film and TV actor, Joe Dixon was born on 10th October 1965 in Birmingham, Warwickshire. He is perhaps best known for playing Jacques in The Mummy Returns. He is a multi-talented performer with additional skills like singing and playing various instruments.



For his 1991 performance in the all-male production of As You Like It, he won the Ian Charleson Award. For his 2003 performance in The Roman Actor, Joe received an Olivier Award nomination for Best Performance in a Supporting Role.


He graduated from the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art.


Joe’s credits in theatre include titles like Titus Andronicus, Love’s Labour Lost, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Boris Godunov, The Orphan Of Zhao, The Tempest, Imperium I & II. These are his works with the Royal Shakespeare Company as he is an Associate Artist of the RSC.


He has worked extensively onscreen, with roles like Bruiser in Hi-Lo Joe (2017), Eric Mason in The Carrier (2015), Dixon in The Cold Light Of Day (2012), Martin in 14 Days With Victor (2010), Mr Khan in Rise Of The Footsoldier (2007), Lynval in When I’m Sixty-Four (2004), Dave McCarthy in The Stretford Wives (2002), Jacques Clemons in The Mummy Returns (2001), DCI. Lyon in The Last Musketeer (2000), Franciscus in Middleton’s Changing (1998) and Pete Sparrow in Rich Deceiver (1995).


Credits include the role of Elliot Luthando in Midsomer Murders (2017), Samuel Mansfield in The Coroner (2016), Tony Maddox in Lewis (2014), Ramos in Atlantis (2013), The Chancellor in Doctor Who (2010), Robert Lloyd in Criminal Justice (2008), DI. Simon Rush in Silent Witness and Martin Priddie in Casualty (2007), Alan in An Unsuitable Job For A Woman (1999), Eylot in Holding On (1997), Terry Moir in The Manageress (1960) and Young Blood in The Bill (1989).