Jorja Fox Biography
Birthday: July 7, 1968 (Cancer)
Born In: New York, New York, United States
Jorja Fox is an American actor and producer, best known for starring in the American medical drama ‘ER.’ Born in New York City and raised in Melbourne Beach, Florida, Jorja graduated from ‘Melbourne High School.’ She had struggled with weight issues through almost her entire childhood, before she decided to not pay heed to it. She began to work out, and after graduating high school, she started working as a model. Subsequently she enrolled at the ‘Lee Strasberg Institute’ to learn acting. She made her acting debut in 1989, with the supporting role of ‘Myra Pavlov’ in the independent film titled ‘The Kill-Off.’ After a 2-year break, she appeared in the film ‘Happy Hell Night,’ playing a small uncredited role. She had her major acting breakthrough in 1993, when she appeared in a key role in the series ‘Missing Persons.’ Her performance earned her a lot of praises, and following this, she played main roles in series such as ‘ER.’ Her film career somehow slowed down after this. She appeared in films such as ‘Memento,’ ‘Velocity Trap,’ and ‘3 Weeks to Daytona.’ More recently, she made waves after starring in a key role in ‘CSI: Crime Scene Investigation.