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Jorja-An Fox (born July 7, 1968, in New York City, New York), is an American actress, musician and songwriter. Fox is the younger of two children born to Montreal-born parents of French and Irish descent, and was raised on a narrow barrier island in Melbourne Beach, Florida. Fox has appeared in the films Velocity Trap, Food for the Heart and she also appeared briefly in Memento, playing Guy Pearce’s wife. in 2000, she became one of the characters on the CBS series CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, in which she portrayed a Las Vegas forensic scientist named Sara Sidle. The disputes were resolved in just over a week, and the two were rehired by CBS; however, neither actor’s salary was raised, in spite of other cast members receiving raises. On April 18, 2007, TV Guide began reporting that Fox may not be returning for the eighth season of CSI, having not yet signed a new contract.
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Fox is the younger of two children born to Montreal-born parents of French, Belgian and Irish descent, and was raised on a narrow barrier island in Melbourne Beach, Florida. She describes herself as being overweight while growing up, with a prominent gap between her teeth. Fox appeared in “The Puppy Episode Part 2″, the April 30, 1997 episode of the sitcom Ellen, in which that show’s main character came out as gay. She and CSI co-star George Eads were fired from the show in 2004. Fox was initially slated to appear in the Season 10 premiere (“Family Affair,” which aired Sept. She also did a modeling shoot for Green With Glamour Fox is the co-founder of Honeypot Productions, an independent avant-garde theatre company in Los Angeles that has produced five original plays.
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This was followed by another critical success in the recurring role of Secret Service Agent Gina Toscano on The West Wing in 2000. in 1999, she was cast as Secret Service Agent Gina Toscano on NBC’s series The West Wing, where she starred for one season. The disputes were resolved in just over a week, and the two were rehired by CBS; however, neither actor’s salary was raised, in spite of other cast members receiving raises.
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Jorja-An Fox (born July 7, 1968, in New York, New York), is an American actress. She first came to prominence as a guest star on the television drama ER, portraying the recurring role of Dr. Maggie Doyle from 1996 to 1999. She is arguably best known for her work as Sara Sidle in the hit CBS crime drama CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, a role she has portrayed as both a regular (2000-2007, 2011-) and recurring (2008-2011) cast member. Fox appeared in “The Puppy Episode Part 2″, the April 30, 1997 episode of the sitcom Ellen, in which that show’s main character came out as gay. The New York Post reported that Fox did not show up to film the finale because of ongoing issues over her employment. Neither CBS nor Jorja’s agent confirmed the allegations. in September 2007, after rumors emerged about Fox’s departure from the show, an online forum called “Your Tax Dollars At Work”, started a campaign to keep Sara Sidle on CSI; the campaign (called Dollars for Sense) includes mailing the show’s producers a dollar so as to keep Fox on the show. On October 15, 2007, Fox told Entertainment Weekly that she left CSI, saying that she wanted a break “from the commitment of a weekly television series.” At her request, the money collected during the “Dollars for Sense” campaign will be donated to CASA, an organization dedicated to aiding foster children.