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Fox, Shayna

FOX, Shayna

PERSONAL

Full name, Shayna Louise Fox; born in Brantford, Brant County, Ontario, Canada; father, a cantor; mother, a cantor. Religion: Jewish.

Career: Actress, voice performer, cinematographer, director, producer, film editor, and writer. Appeared in commercials.

Awards, Honors: Hollywood Radio and Television Award for The 10 Minute Run!!!; CINE Gold Eagle, Committee on International Nontheatrical Events, for On Growing Older.

CREDITS

Film Appearances:

Voice of Amy, Congo, Paramount, 1995.

Voice of Bela, Who Stole Santa? (animated), 1996.

Voice of Bela, Christmas in Oz (animated short film), Paramount/Educational Film Exchanges, 1996.

Voice of Bela, Virtual Oz (animated), Paramount/Educational Film Exchanges, 1996.

Voice of Bela, Toto Lost in New York (animated), Paramount/Educational Film Exchanges, 1996.

Voice of Bela, The Nome Prince and the Magic Belt (animated), Paramount/Educational Film Exchanges, 1996.

Voice of Bela, Journey Beneath the Sea (animated), 1997.

Shirley, Can't Be Heaven, A-Pix Entertainment/Unapix Entertainment/World International Network, 2000.

On Growing Older (short film), 2001.

The girl, The 10 Minute Run!!! (short film), Dragonslayer Productions, 2001.

Film Night 2001 (short film; also known as Intro & Ending to Film Night), Dragonslayer Productions, 2001.

Angela, Salvation! (short film), Dragonslayer Productions, 2002.

Tracy, No Prom for Cindy (short film), 2002.

Film Work:

Producer, director, cinematographer, and editor, On Growing Older (short film), 2001.

Producer, director, cinematographer, and editor, The 10 Minute Run!!! (short film), Dragonslayer Productions, 2001.

Cinematographer, Film Night 2001 (short film; also known as Intro & Ending to Film Night), Dragonslayer Productions, 2001.

Television Appearances; Series:

Voice of Regina "Reggie"/"Rocket Girl" Rocket, Rocket Power (animated), Nickelodeon, 1999.

Television Appearances; Movies:

Voice of Reggie Rocket, Rocket Power: Race across New Zealand (animated), Nickelodeon, 2002.

Voice of Reggie Rocket, Rocket Power: Reggie's Big (Beach) Break (animated), Nickelodeon, 2003.

Television Appearances; Episodic:

Voice of Tracie, "The Parties," That's So Raven, The Disney Channel, 2003.

Voice of Savanah Shane, "Miss Nose It All," All Grown Up, CBS, 2004.

Voice of Savanah Shane, "Lucky 13," All Grown Up, CBS, 2004.

Voice of Savanah Shane, "Saving Cynthia," All Grown Up, CBS, 2004.

Television Appearances; Other:

Herself, Hollywood Homeroom (special), 2002.

Voice of Reggie Rocket, Rocket Power: Island of the Menehune (animated), 2004.

WRITINGS

Film Scripts:

The 10 Minute Run!!! (short film), Dragonslayer Productions, 2001.

OTHER SOURCES

Periodicals:

Jewish Journal of Greater Los Angeles, June 7, 2002.

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