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She is part of a production company called "Honeypot" with Heather Grody (The Murmurs singer/guitarist). They produce plays and recently a musical called "Dear Bernard", written by Grody.

Went to Melbourne High School in Melbourne, Florida, for three years before being "discovered" in a model search at a local mall.

Her name, Jorja, is pronounced Georgia (like the state in the U.S.).

Her mother was from Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

Her parents immigrated from Montreal: mother Marilyn (Belgian-Canadian, b. 1927, d. 1996), father (Irish-Canadian, b. 1924). She also has an older brother, Jeff (b. 1957).

Co-founded the experimental theater group Honeypot Productions.

In July 2004, Fox was fired from the hit show CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (2000) for refusing to sign documentation stating she would return to work. Her co-worker, George Eads, was fired the day after she was for not showing up to work. Both actors were rehired within the week.

Fox has a dog named Bexar. She was found wandering the streets of Bexar County, Texas.

She ranked #80 in Stuff's "103 Sexiest Women" (2003).

Good friend of actress Amy Carlson, whom she met on the Chicago set of the short- lived television series Missing Persons (1993) in 1993.

During the late 1980s when she was modeling in NYC, Jorja was roommates with Paula Ciccone - Madonna's sister.

Has a purse named after her from the brand Matt & Nat. (www.mattandnat.com) which is an entirely vegan brand from Montreal, Canada.

According to CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (2000) writer David Rambo (interviewed on the WGA picket line in November 2007 by the shipper site YTDaW), Jorja Fox herself wrote Sara's farewell note to "Grissom" in the episode, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation: Goodbye and Good Luck (2007).

In 1984, Jorja Fox played the lead in a high school play - the play was "Pillow Talk", she played Jan Morrow, the role made famous by Doris Day.

Co-producing "Stay Forever: The Life and Music of Dusty Springfield", which runs February 7-24 at The Renberg Theatre in Los Angeles. [February 2008]

Alumna of the AADA (American Academy of Dramatic Arts), Class of 1990.