Jorja Fox has carved out a luminous acting career appearing for nineteen consecutive years on seminal primetime television shows CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, The West Wing and ER among others. She starred in CBS' pilot Chiefs in 2018 as police chief Vicki Block. Most recently, she completed filming independent Sci Fi feature film 3022 where she got to fulfill her long standing acting dream of being lost in space.
Fox’s other feature credits include Memento, alongside Guy Pearce, as well as indie hits like How to Make the Cruelest Month and The Kill Off.
Fox is also the president and founder of Seafox Productions. Seafox has produced six projects to date; five feature documentary films and one full length musical.
Born to Canadian parents in New York City, Fox was raised in a small coastal town in Florida. At fifteen she won a modeling contest that offered her a modeling career in New York City. Fox relocated to the big apple and after a year as a model, she enrolled as a drama student at the Lee Strasberg Institute and the Herbert Berghof Studio, where she studied under the tutelage of actor William Hickey.
Fox was a founding member of Los Angeles avant garde theater company, Honeypot Productions. She serves on the board of the Artists and Athletes Alliance and is also an ambassador for global animal welfare organization ADI.
She loves the open road, surfing, dance, music, good times and twenty four hour diners.