The Cox Twins
|Frank Cox; Fred Cox|
The Cox Twins entertain a fan on the Holloway Road.
|Born||Francis Thomas Cox; Frederick H. Cox
4 December 1920
Frank Cox 11 October 2007Fred Cox 28 September 2013 (aged 86) (aged 92) 
|Spouse(s)||Frank=Estelle Miles (1951–1984)
Fred=Pauline Miles (1951—)
Their career began with Steffani's Songsters and they then appeared in the Ralph Reader RAF Gang Shows during World War II, touring Europe and North Africa. Later they went into Variety, performing in summer seasons and pantomime. They married twins sisters, Estelle and Pauline Miles, who became part of their act. In 1972 they appeared as Tweedledum and Tweedledee in the film Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. Other films in which the twins appeared include Up Jumped a Swagman (1965) with Frank Ifield, and Funny Bones (1995) with Lee Evans and Jerry Lewis. Their numerous television appearance included Barrymore and The Story of Light Entertainment (2006) with Stephen Fry and Simon Cowell.
When Frank's wife, Estelle, died in 1984, Fred’s wife continued to appear with the twins, the act being known as "The Cox Twins and Pauline". They were presented with Lifetime Achievement Rose Bowls by the British Music Hall Society.