Here Charlie looks like he’s at the Rand Building dressed as his alter ego The Devil of Hell’s Kitchen for THE DEFENDERS. I just love this costume. It and Chris Evans’ Captain America stealth suit from Captain America: The Winter Soldier are two of my favourites of the super hero universe. But Charlie just looks amazing. Ready for battle.

April 10, 2017
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3 Comments to "Charlie Cox Siting In New York City Part Trois"
  1. Vincent Turner says:

    I just finished watching Seasons 1 & 2 of Daredevil. I simply could not free myself from binging on this show!

    Now, and I DO hope someone will answer: Does Charlie Cox perform his own martial arts in the series; or, is it a stunt man?

    Second, I am amazed at how long Cox can keep his eyes open without blinking, telegraphing his blindness superbly.

    I am “sitting on edge” awaiting Season 3! This series keeps its fan fully absorbed.

    Hats off to Charlie and the cast!
    Vincent Turner
    Silver Spring MD

    • charlie cox online says:


      Thank you for stopping by CHARLIE COX ONLINE. To answer your questions, in season one of “Daredevil” Charlie did perform about 75% of his own stunts with his stunt double Chris Brewster doing the more “daring” stuff. During season two, Charlie said he tried to do more of his own stunts though not all. Chris Brewster again did those stunts. Brewster also stunted for actor Chris Evans in “Captain America: The Winter Soldier” and “Civil War”.

      As for the faking blind, Charlie has said that he did “train” with a young man for about three months before the began filming season one back in 2014. The young man Charlie trained with is blind and they worked very hard for Charlie to master the bling part of the role.

      I agree about not being able to wait for season three, though fortunately we have “The Defenders” coming up in August. The entire production was amazing and it’s hard to see how anything else can compare. I do know all of his scenes with Jon Bernthal (The Punisher) were my favourites. I could just sit for an entire season just watching Charlie and Jon work together.

      Thank you again for stopping by. Please take care.


      • Vincent Turner says:


        Thank you so much for your thoughtful, informative reply.

        You have confirmed my suspicions that Charlie Cox performs much of his own stunts (like Stephen Amell of “Arrow”); and, that Charlie studied under a blind tutor. The time and energy he has put into this series not only gives testimony to his dedication, but to his gifts as an accomplished actor.

        Cox’s fan base likely is widening with a strong cast of followers. He has earned that support and he deserves it.

        How awesome it would be to meet Cox at some point.
        Again, thank you very much for your prompt reply!

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