Jorja Fox

Talk about Jorja/Sara | Jorja/Sara Videos | Jorja Fox Photos

Birth name: Jorja-An Fox
July 7, 1968
Birthplace: Montreal, Canada
Where she grew up: Florida
Where she lives now:Studio City, Los Angeles
Nickname: "Horha" (Her name pronounced in Spanish - What she's called by friend Emily Proctor)
Height: 5 feet, 9 inches tall
  • Dog (Ali) (Deceased)
  • 2 cats (Rumpelstiltskin and Sid Poitier) (Deceased)
  • Mark (father)
  • Marylin (mother, deceased)
  • Jeff (older brother)
Attended: Hoover Junior High,
Did not attend college. Began her acting career in April 1989. Has not commented on her sexuality but a lot of people think she's bi.

This is an even better picture of Sarah!!!

Memorable Quotes (on/off the set):
  • "'Where I grew up, I wasn’t even close to being cool. My family lived in the smallest, most rural town in Florida, called Melbourne Beach, and it was an outdoors-y community where beauty was all about being tanned and blonde. But I was chubby, awkward and fair-skinned with dark hair - and a 10p-sized gap between my teeth. [...]
  • My mom was a big champion for me when I was growing up. She was very classic and reserved and manners mattered most to her. So we didn’t speak much about physical beauty – it wasn’t so important. She was very, very poor and homeless during the Depression – she was 40 years older than me – so having chubby kids was the greatest thing in the world to her. That’s why she had three fridges!"
  • "My life changed when, ironically, I won a modelling contest at the local shopping plaza. I was the most surprised at my win. I was laughed at when my picture appeared in the paper. At school the next day the other kids were asking, ‘what kind of contest was that, surely there’s a mistake?’"
- Jorja Fox, Woman Magazine UK 2007

On Her Name:
  • My parents are from Montréal. (It's common in French) the j was a twist on it. I'm a child of the '70s. It's my given name ... until I was about 10 everybody tried to tell me how to spell it.

On her future:
  • Theater is one of my loves, so I'm open for that after 11½ years of working in prime-time TV, for 'ER,' 'The West Wing,' and 'CSI.' I've never been to college, and I think about that. But I kept putting it off, and I am also thinking about having a child, and that's really important. Also, I want to do a lot of traveling and surfing - two of my hobbies. Maybe the universe will get tired of me. I have a one-woman little play about Dusty Springfield opening February 2nd, at the Renberg Theater in Hollywood.
Jorja FoxMore about Jorja:
  • Jorja is best friends with actress, Amy Carlson, whom she met in 1993 on the set of the short-lived television series "Missing Persons."
  • Jorja and Marg Helgenberger sang "Stand By Me" as a duet for "What a Pair 4!" This is an annual charity event to raise money for breast cancer research.
  • Won a modeling contest at a local mall when she was 16. She spent the next 4 years modeling in the United States and abroad.
  • Jorja has been a vegetarian since the age of 18. She is an aspiring vegan but says she loves cheese too much.
  • Jorja has also been credited as "Jorjan Fox."
  • In 1990 & 1991, Jorja attended the American Academy of Dramatic Acting and the prestigious Lee Strasberg Theatre Institute in NYC.
  • She likes singer Jimmy Buffet.
  • Jorja wrote and performed the song "Lullabye" for the 1998 short film "Traveling Companion." She was listed in the "Thank You" section in the credits.
  • In July 2004, during contract negotiations, Jorja was asked to sign a form stating that she would not stage a "sick out" as a negotiating technique. Jorja signed and returned the form but CBS claimed she never did, therefore she was fired. Cast-mate George Eads (Nick Stokes) was fired for failing to show up to work. CBS rehired Fox but she refused to return until they rehired Eads.
  • Jorja left CSI in Fall 2007 because she wanted to do more things with her life before she got "too old." She wanted to thinks like go on a surfing trip or have children. She does not rule out a return as a guest star or come back to CSI when she enjoys life a bit more.
  • Jorja does work for PETA on occasion. She supports and is involved with many charities and humanitarian organizations or advocacy groups. These groups include: RipCurl (preserving Malibu's beaches), Huckleberry Fund (L.A. Children's Hospital), Penny Lane (Social Services for children in Southern California), Susan G. Kormen Breast Cancer Research and the Human Society.
  • In June 2005 Jorja went to Morocco with the Friendship Caravan for a conference on women's rights.
  • Jorja was nominated in 2007 for PETA's "World's Sexiest Vegetarian."
  • She attended Hoover Junior High in Indialantic, Florida. She attended Melbourne High School in Melbourne Florida for two years before being "discovered" in a model search at a local mall.

    Television Roles:Film:
    • CSI (Sara Sidle)
    • Missing Persons (Constance "Connie" Karadzic)

    Recurring Roles:
    • ER (Dr. Maggie Doyle)
    • The Hollywood Squares (Herself)
    • The West Wing (Gina Toscano)

    Guest Star:
    • Courthouse (Maureen Dawes)
    • CSI: Miami (Sara Sidle 1 episode)
    • Ellen (The Attractive Woman - uncredited)
    • Law & Order (Paula Engren in "Securitate")
    • Lifestories: Families in Crisis (Maggie Glendon in "Dead Drunk: The Kevin Tunnell Story")
    • Partners (Alex "My Sister, My Enemy")
    • ABC Afterschool Special (Diane Dravecki - 3 episodes)

    Promotional Appearances:
    • The Ellen DeGeneres Show
    • Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson
    • Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn
    • The View (May 15, 200)
    • The View (with George Eads)
    • The View (Co-host - February 20, 2002)
    • Your Mommy Kills Animals (2007)
    • Down with the Joneses (2003)
    • Memento (2000)
    • The Hungry Bachelor's Club (1999)
    • Velocity Trap (1997)
    • Dead Funny (1994)
    • Happy Hell Night (1992)
    • Dead Drunk (1992)
    • Kill-Off (N/A)
    • Food for the Heart (N/A)

    Jorja FoxJorja Fox

    Jorja FoxJorja Fox