Jorja Fox

Hometown: New York

Birthday: July 7

          Jorja Fox has played major roles in three of the most successful dramas in television history: “ER,” “The West Wing,” and CSI: CRIME SCENE INVESTIGATION.

Her additional television credits include “Law & Order,” “Ellen” and “Drop Dead Diva.” Her film credits include “Memento,” “How to Make the Cruelest Month,” “The Kill-Off,” “Forever Fabulous” and “Three Weeks to Daytona.”

A devoted wildlife advocate, Fox has produced several award-winning feature documentaries, including “How I Became an Elephant,” about a young girl’s mission to rescue an elephant in South East Asia, “Lion Ark,” which chronicles the world’s most ambitious and daring animal rescues, and “Extinction Soup,” about the global consequences of shark finning.

Fox also produced a musical in New York about the legendary and controversial singer Dusty Springfield titled “Forever Dusty.”

Fox is a New York City native. Currently, she lives in Los Angeles. She serves on the board of Artists and Athletes and is an ambassador for the animal welfare organization ADI. Fox was one of 100 artists chosen to narrate the documentary film “UNITY” that premiered in June 2015. Her birth date is July 7.