Foxworth is the 52nd artist named to the illustrious group that includes Paxton Whitehead, Marion Ross, A.R. Gurney and Richard Easton. Foxworth has appeared in The Old Globe's productions of Antony and Cleopatra (1987), Love Letters, Private Lives, Below the Belt, Julius Caesar (2003), and most recently as George Wallace in the world premiere of Cornelia.
He was seen this year on Broadway in the Tony Award-winning production of August: Osage County. He starred as Claudius in Hamlet at South Coast Repertory, directed by Daniel Sullivan, and on Broadway in the award-winning production of Twelve Angry Men for Roundabout Theatre Company. In 2003 he was Brutus in Daniel Sullivan's Julius Caesar at The Old Globe. He played Robert in the national tour of Proof.
Foxworth made his Broadway debut in The American Shakespeare Festival's production of Henry V. He won the Theatre World Award for his portrayal of John Proctor in The Crucible at Lincoln Center.
His television series include "Storefront Lawyers," "Falcon Crest" and "Six Feet Under."
The world premiere of Cornelia, by Mark Victor Olsen ("Big Love"), directed by Ethan McSweeny (In This Corner), just completed a run in the Old Globe Theatre. Visit oldglobe.org.