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Fox, Jorjan 1968–

Fox, Jorjan 1968–

(Jorja Fox)


Born July 7, 1968, in New York, NY; daughter of Mark (in sales) and Marilyn Fox. Education: Attended high school in Melbourne, FL; trained with William Hickey at Lee Strasberg Institute, New York City. Avocational Interests: Travel, playing guitar, singing.

Addresses: Agent—International Creative Management, 8942 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90211. Manager—Peg Donegan, Framework Entertainment, 9057 Nemo St., Suite C, West Hollywood, CA 90069. Publicist—Danica Smith, PMK/HBH Public Relations, 700 San Vicente Blvd., Suite G910, West Hollywood, CA 90069.

Career: Actress. Honeypot Productions (experimental theatre group), Los Angeles, founding member. As a teenager, worked as a model in the United States and Italy.

Awards, Honors: Screen Actors Guild Award nominations, outstanding ensemble in a drama series (with others), 2002, 2003, 2004, and Screen Actors Guild Award, outstanding ensemble in a drama series (with others), 2005, all for CSI: Crime Scene Investigation.


Television Appearances; Series:

Constance "Connie" Karadzic, Missing Persons, ABC, 1993.

(As Jorja Fox) Dr. Maggie Doyle, a recurring role, ER, NBC, 1996–99.

(As Jorja Fox) Agent Gina Tuscano, a recurring role, The West Wing, NBC, 2000.

Sara Sidle, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (also known as C.S.I., CSI: Las Vegas, CSI: Weekends, and Les experts), CBS, 2000–2006.

Television Appearances; Miniseries:

(As Jorja Fox) Felicity, House of Frankenstein 1997, NBC, 1997.

Herself, I Love the '70s, VH1, 2003.

Television Appearances; Specials:

Diane Dravecki, "Temptations," a segment of "Summer Stories: The Mall," ABC Afterschool Special, ABC, 1992.

Maggie Glendon, Dead Drunk: The Kevin Tunell Story, HBO, 1993.

TV Guide's Greatest Moments, ABC, 2004.

Presenter, The 30th Annual People's Choice Awards, CBS, 2004.

11th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards, TNT, 2005.

Television Appearances; Episodic:

Paula Engren, "Securitate," Law & Order, NBC, 1992.

(Uncredited) The attractive woman, "The Puppy Episode: Parts 1 & 2," Ellen (also known as These Friends of Mine), ABC, 1997.

Alex, "My Sister, My Enemy," Partners, 1999.

Sara Sidle, "Cross-Jurisdictions" (premiere episode), CSI: Miami, CBS, 2002.

Herself, "Sexiest Men," TV Land's Top Ten, TV Land, 2005.

Television Guest Appearances; Episodic:

Entertainment Tonight (also known as Entertainment This Week, E.T., ET Weekend, and This Week in Entertainment), syndicated, 2001, 2002.

The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn (also known as The Late Late Show), CBS, 2001, 2002.

The Early Show (also known as The Saturday Early Show), CBS, 2001, 2002, 2003.

Larry King Live, Cable News Network, 2002.

Hollywood Squares (also known as H2 and H2: Hollywood Squares), syndicated, 2002.

The View, ABC, 2002, 2004.

E! News Daily (also known as E! News Live and E! News Live Weekend), E! Entertainment Television, 2003.

Pulse, Fox, 2004.

Ellen: The Ellen DeGeneres Show, syndicated, 2004.

Television Appearances; Other:

Maureen Dawes, Courthouse (pilot), CBS, 1995.

Josie, Alchemy (movie), 1997.

Film Appearances:

Myra Pavlov, The Kill-Off, Cabriolet Films, 1989.

(Uncredited) Kappa Sig girl, Happy Hell Night (also known as Hell Night), 1992.

Fate 3, Dead Funny, A-Pix Entertainment, 1994.

Lazarro's young lady, The Jerky Boys, Buena Vista, 1995.

(As Jorja Fox) Alice Pallas, Velocity Trap, LNK, 1997.

(As Jorja Fox) Sarah Bryant, How to Make the Cruelest Month, 1998.

Tiara Tango, 1998.

Delmar Youngblood, The Hungry Bachelors Club (also known as Food for the Heart), Regent Entertainment, 1999.

Liz Guild, Forever Fabulous, 1999.

Leonard's wife, Memento, Newmarket Films, 2000.

Bev Jones, Down with the Joneses, 2003.

Terri, Next Exit, Plebeian Pictures, 2005.

Film Work:

Song performer, "Lullabye," Traveling Companion, 1998.


Video Games:

Voice of Sara Sidle, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Ubi Soft Entertainment, 2003.

Voice of Sara Sidle, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation—Dark Motives, 2004.


Songs Featured in Films:

"Lullabye," Traveling Companion, 1998.



People Weekly, May 26, 2003, p. 131.

TV Guide, December 14, 2002, p. 16; February 14, 2006, pp. 38-39.

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