AWARD-winning Scottish actor Brian Cox is offering to tell fans to “f*** off” for more than £200 on the personalised video service Cameo.

Cox, 75, is due to star as Logan Roy in the upcoming third season of Succession on HBO next month, but in the mean time he’s having fun practicing the fictional tycoon’s infamous catchphrase on the celebrity app.

Dundee-born Cox is requesting £244 from fans for a brief personalised clip – and has suggested they request their favourite movie, theatre and TV quotes of his.

Cox’s prolific career has included roles in The Bourne Supremacy, Troy, Manhunter and numerous Shakespeare plays, but it was his work as media mogul Roy that won him a Golden Globe in 2020.

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In his profile video, Cox tells visitors: “Hi I’m Brian Cox, I play Logan Roy and if you want me I will tell you to f*** off in a very uncertain manner, okay? So have fun and get in touch – and f*** off!”

So far Cox has recorded birthday messages for a handful of fans – all with the explosive language of Roy featured.

Succession season three is set to premier on October 17. The new season will see Adrien Brody, Alexander Skarsgard and Hope Davis make their debut.

The two-minute teaser sees the wealthy Roy family embroiled in a bitter civil war after Jeremy Strong’s Kendall Roy lead a rebellion against Cox’s foul-mouthed patriarch Roy.

The trailer picks up immediately after the dramatic conference of the season two finale, with the Roy family caught in a civil war.

Brody guest stars as billionaire activist investor Josh Aaronson, while Skarsgard is Lukas Matsson, a successful and confrontational tech company founder.

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Both characters become involved in the battle for control over Waystar RoyCo, a global media and entertainment conglomerate.

Meanwhile, Davis plays Sandi Furness, the daughter of Logan’s long-time rival, who is seen meeting with Kendall Roy to discuss their options for taking down his father without losing control among the shareholders at Waystar RoyCo.

Succession, from Peep Show creator Jesse Armstrong, has been acclaimed since it premiered in 2018, bringing fans the cut-throat machinations of the Roys as they vie for supremacy over the family’s media conglomerate.