Jorja Fox

General Information
Birth Name: Jorja-An Fox ('Jorja' being pronounced 'Georgia', like the state.)
Date of Birth: July 7th, 1968 in New York City, New York
Nicknames: Jorja, Jorj, Jorjan

Family: Mother Marilyn (1927 - 1996), father (1924 - ?) and older brother Jeff (1957 - ?)

Schooling: Hoover Junior High in Indialantic, Florida and Melbourne High School in Melbourne, Florida

Eye Color: Brown
Hair Color: Brown
Height: 5'9"

Other facts: Jorja is a smoker, a dedicated vegetarian and an aspiring vegan. She also has a flower-shaped tattoo on her left ankle.


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   My Thoughts
Okay, this is my first crack at a female on this site, but Jorja is wonderful and definately deserves her place here. She is beautiful, talented, and I'm sure you all may know what is coming next, she has a great voice. I truly love the sound of it. It seems to have such character and is able to hold such a presence on its own. Not that voices are a woman's only attribute, but a large one. For me anyways. I just love the work she has been able to do as Sara Sidle on the show, "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation". The character that she plays is by far the best on the series, and one of the primary reasons that I watch the show as faithfully as I do.

It just wouldn't be right if I didn't update my thoughts every now and again. After all, they do change over time, by seeing more of this wonderful woman and her acting roles. I figured that I'd mention that I saw her small role in the film "Memento". I was really looking forward to seeing this movie, and though she isn't a major role, she is still an important part in the plot. As always, she looked gorgeous. Despite her limited screen time, I thoroughly enjoyed the flick.

A while back, I had mentioned that I would really like to see her work on ER, because I'm really into that show - especially the older episodes. Unfortunately for me, the older episodes are not in regular syndication, so it's very hard to see them. Lucky for me though, I happened to be flipping around the television last night, and what do I see? None other than Jorja Fox herself, on ER! I was quite pleased. Though she didn't have the most important role, she did find herself onscreen quite a few times.

Wow! What news I just learned - Jorja Fox fired from CBS's top rated series. I couldn't believe it when I heard it. I was shocked, saddened, angry... now I just think it is a crying shame. Reason's sited as 'Breach of Contract', though true, I feel unwarrented. She failed to show up for one day's shooting over a pay despute, and to set an example to any other actors who may be looking for a salary hike, they can her. Just like that. Make's me wonder why they would more than likely anger the viewers of such a popular show. It couldn't be good for ratings. Not sure if it will help, but I sent a little message to one of the show's top executives. And signed a couple petitions.

Another update here. Apparently the whole 'firing fiasco' was one big misunderstanding. Not too sure what really went on behind closed doors, but I'm rather happy to know she's back on the show. Makes me wonder if it was all just a ratings ploy or not. Whichever - I won't be complaining.


   My Collection
The only Jorja Fox related items that I currently own are four "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation" books. Thought not really Jorja Fox items, I'll still include them because they include her alter ego, Sara Sidle.

Double Dealer, 308 page paperback by Max Allan Collins.
This is the first book that I read. The back reads:

Meet the little known and even less understood heroes of police work in Las Vegas -- the forensic investigators. Led by veteran Gil Grissom, the remarkable team assigned to the Criminalistics Bureau's graveyard shift -- including Catherine Willows, Warrick Brown, Nick Stokes, and Sara Sidle -- must combine cutting-edge scientific methods and old-fashioned savvy as they work to untangle the evidence behind the yellow police tape. While Nick and Catherine investigate a newly discovered fifteen-year-old murder, Grissom and the rest of the team must uncover the indentity of a cold-blooded killer -- one whose execution-style, "double-tap" signature has provoked the interest of FBI agent Rick Culpepper.

I really enjoyed reading this book, which for me, is quite remarkable. As a bit of a back story, I pretty much gave up reading convention fiction stories near the start of highschool. I just didn't have the time, nor the will to do it. On my last year of highschool (for Christmas) I was given this book and started to read it during one of my marathon baths. I was really enjoying it, and got through it rather quickly (mind you that was quite a few baths later though!).

Body of Evidence, 315 page paperback by Max Allan Collins.
I was so impressed with Double Dealer, that I went looking for another book. This was the one I found. The back reads:

Early one quiet Monday morning, in an empty executive office, assistant Janice Denard begins to prepare for another ordinary day - but instead discovers evidence of horrific crimes, shocking photographs left abandoned in a printer. Now, with the help of the LVPD's computer forensics experts, the CSI team must track through hardware and software, deception and deceit to find the perpetrators. But while Willows and Stokes investigate the once well-hidden secrets now revealed in print, Grissom, Brown, and Sidle uncover new and disturbing evidence in a high-profile media case...the brutal murder of the Mayor's long-missing secretary.

I didn't enjoy this book nearly as much as the first. In fact, it has been my least liked book of the bunch. To me, it seemed like it took forever to get anywhere in this book, and when it finally started to move, the end was upon me and was wrapped up far too quick. Don't get me wrong, I'm not saying that it was so bad that I couldn't read (though the numerous spelling errors didn't help!), I did read it, and am glad I did, I just don't think I'll be reading it again.

Sin City, 338 page paperback by Max Allan Collins.
After finishing, Body of Evidence, I was ready to find another book. So, I went down to my local bookshop, and found two that I didn't have yet. I picked them both up. This was the first of the two that I read. The back reads:

"If anything happens to me, get this cassette to the police," Lynn Pierce told her friends the night she disappeared without a trace. Pierce seemed to be a devout Christian, devoted wife and mother -- but she left behind a recording of her husband threatening to cut her into little pieces.

Jenna Patrick was a professional stripper who said she was trying to get out of the sex trade and into junior college. She wound up strangled to death in a locked room in the back of the club where she worked. What could these two women possibly have had in common -- aside from the fact that they are both victims of homicide?

Find out as Grissom, Willows, and the rest of the CSI team track down a sordid trail of secret lives and private dances, from the saintly to the seedier side of Sin City.

I was happy to find out that this was a much better read than my previous attempt at Body of Evidence. Though it still wasn't as good as Double Dealer, I found it to be quite enjoyable. Not a substitute for the show, but a close second.

Cold Burn, 303 page paperback by Max Allan Collins.
This is the second book I read of the two I bought together. The back reads:

Remote. Peaceful. Picturesque. That's how the Mumford Mountain Hotel bills itself in its brochure, and it lives up to its billing -- most of the time. But this year, the hotel is hosting a prestigious conference for the study of forensic science, and the organizers have extended CSI head Gil Grissom an invitation he can't refuse. Joined by fellow investigator Sara Sidle, Grissom leaves the department in the capable hands of Catherine Willows and heads east. But he and Sara soon find themselves in all too familiar territory -- and back in Las Vegas, Catherine, Warrick Brown, and Nick Stokes have uncovered trouble of their own.

This is my favourite of the four books that I've read to date. Though I did find many spelling errors in this one as well, I was able to overlook that fact because I really enjoyed the story. Probably because it takes Grissom and Sara up north where they are faced with solving the crime in something they have no experiance in - snow. To do this, they need the help of a Canadian CSI expert. Being a Canadian, I noticed myself smirking a few times at the way us Canadians are thought of, but not overly so. It outlines some really interesting winter crime scene techniques - one of the most interesting parts of the book.



CSI: Crime Scene Investigation: Dark Motives (2003)(Video Game) - Sara Sidle
Down with The Joneses (2003) - Bev Jones
C.S.I.: Crime Scene Investigation (2000-present) - Sara Sidle in episodes:
Season One: [buy me]
--"Cool Change" (episode 1.2)
--"Crate 'n Burial" (episode 1.3)
--"Pledging Mr. Johnson" (episode 1.4)
--"Friends and Lovers" (episode 1.5)
--"Who Are You?" (episode 1.6)
--"Blood Drops" (episode 1.7)
--"Anonymous" (episode 1.8)
--"Unfriendly Skies" (episode 1.9)
--"Sex, Lies and Larvae" (episode 1.10)
--"I-15 Murders" (episode 1.11)
--"Farenheit 932" (episode 1.12)
--"Boom" (episode 1.14)
--"To Halve and to Hold" (episode 1.15)
--"Table Stakes" (episode 1.16)
--"Too Tough to Die" (episode 1.17)
--"Face Lift" (episode 1.18)
--"$35K O.B.O." (episode 1.19)
--"Gentle, Gentle" (episode 1.20)
--"Sounds of Silence" (episode 1.21)
--"Justice is Served" (episode 1.22)
--"Evaluation Day" (episode 1.23)
--"The Strip Strangler" (episode 1.24)
Season Two: [buy me]
--"Burked" (episode 2.1)
--"Chaos Theory" (episode 2.2)
--"Overload" (episode 2.3)
--"Bully For You" (episode 2.4)
--"Scuba Doobie-Doo" (episode 2.5)
--"Alter Boys" (episode 2.6)
--"Caged" (episode 2.7)
--"Slaves of Las Vegas" (episode 2.8)
--"And Then There Were None" (episode 2.9)
--"Ellie" (episode 2.10)
--"Organ Grinder" (episode 2.11)
--"You've Got Male" (episode 2.12)
--"Identity Crisis" (episode 2.13)
--"The Finger" (episode 2.14)
--"Burden Of Proof" (episode 2.15)
--"Primum Non Nocere" (episode 2.16)
--"Felonius Monk" (episode 2.17)
--"Chasing the Bus" (episode 2.18)
--"Stalker" (episode 2.19)
--"Cats in the Cradle" (episode 2.20)
--"Anatomy of a Lye" (episode 2.21)
--"Cross Jurisdictions" (episode 2.22)
--"The Hunger Artist" (episode 2.23)
Season Three: [buy me]
--"Revenge is Best Served Cold" (episode 3.1)
--"The Accused is Entitled" (episode 3.2)
--"Let the Seller Beware" (episode 3.3)
--"A Little Murder" (episode 3.4)
--"Abra-Cadaver" (episode 3.5)
--"The Execution of Catherine Willows" (episode 3.6)
--"Fight Night" (episode 3.7)
--"Snuff" (episode 3.8)
--"Blood Lust" (episode 3.9)
--"High and Low" (episode 3.10)
--"Recipe for Murder" (episode 3.11)
--"Got Murder?" (episode 3.12)
--"Random Acts Of Violence" (episode 3.13)
--"One-Hit Wonder" (episode 3.14)
--"Lady Heather's Box" (episode 3.15)
--"Lucky Strike" (episode 3.16)
--"Crash and Burn" (episode 3.17)
--"Precious Metals" (episode 3.18)
--"A Night At The Movies" (episode 3.19)
--"Last Laugh" (episode 3.20)
--"Forever" (episode 3.21)
--"Play With Fire" (episode 3.22)
--"Inside the Box" (episode 3.23)
Season Four:
--"Assume Nothing: Part One" (episode 4.1)
--"All for Our Country: Part Two" (episode 4.2)
--"Homebodies" (episode 4.3)
--"Feeling the Heat" (episode 4.4)
--"Fur and Loathing" (episode 4.5)
--"Jackpot" (episode 4.6)
--"Invisible Evidence" (episode 4.7)
--"After the Show" (episode 4.8)
--"Grissom Versus the Volcano" (episode 4.9)
--"Coming of Rage" (episode 4.10)
--"Eleven Angry Jurors" (episode 4.11)
--"Butterflied" (episode 4.12)
--"Suckers" (episode 4.13)
--"Paper or Plastic" (episode 4.14)
--"Early Rollout" (episode 4.15)
--"Getting Off" (episode 4.16)
--"XX" (episode 4.17)
--"Bad to the Bone" (episode 4.18)
--"Bad Words" (episode 4.19)
--"Dead Ringer" (episode 4.20)
--"Turning the Screws" (episode 4.21)
--"No More Bets" (episode 4.22)
--"Bloodlines" (episode 4.23)
The West Wing (2000) - Gina Toscano in episodes:
Season One: [buy me]
--"20 Hours in L.A." (episode 1.16)
--"The White House Pro-Am" (episode 1.17)
--"Six Meetings Before Lunch" (episode 1.18)
Season Two: [buy me]
--"In the Shadow of Two Gunmen: Part I" (episode 2.1)
--"In the Shadow of Two Gunmen: Part II" (episode 2.2)
Forever Fabulous (aka Tiara Tango) (2000) - Liz Guild
Memento (1999) [buy me] - Catherine Shelby
Velocity Trap (1999) [buy me] - Pallas
The Hungry Bachelor's Club (1998) - Delmar Youngblood
How to Make the Cruelest Month (1998) - Sarah Bryant
House of Frankenstein (1997) - Felicity
Ellen (1997) - Attractive Woman (uncredited) in episode:
Season Four:
--"The Puppy Episode: Part II" (episode 4.23)
ER (1996-1999) - Maggie Doyle (as Jorjan Fox and Jorja Fox) in episodes:
Season Three:
--"Don't Ask, Don't Tell" (episode 3.3)
--"Last Call" (episode 3.4)
--"Ghosts" (episode 3.5)
--"Fear of Flying" (episode 3.6)
--"No Brain, No Gain" (episode 3.7)
--"Union Station" (episode 3.8)
--"Homeless For the Holidays" (episode 3.10)
--"Night-Shift" (episode 3.11)
--"Fortune's Fools" (episode 3.13)
--"Whose Appy Now?" (episode 3.14)
--"Faith" (episode 3.16)
--"Tribes" (episode 3.17)
--"You Bet Your Life" (episode 3.18)
--"Calling Dr. Hathaway" (episode 3.19)
--"Random Acts" (episode 3.20)
--"Make a Wish" (episode 3.21)
--"One More For the Road" (episode 3.22)
Season Four:
--"Something New" (episode 4.2)
--"Friendly Fire" (episode 4.3)
--"Good Touch, Bad Touch" (episode 4.5)
--"Freak Show" (episode 4.8)
--"Obstruction of Justice" (episode 4.9)
--"My Brother's Keeper" (episode 4.16)
--"Of Past Regret and Future Fear" (episode 4.20)
Season Five:
--"Day For Knight" (episode 5.1)
--"Hazed and Confused" (episode 5.7)
--"The Good Fight (a.k.a. A Perfect Match)" (episode 5.8)
--"Good Luck, Ruth Johnson" (episode 5.9)
--"Double Blind" (episode 5.12)
--"The Storm: Part I" (episode 5.14)
--"The Storm: Part II" (episode 5.15)
--"Sticks and Stones" (episode 5.17)
Alchemy (1996) - Josie (as Jorjan Fox)
Courthouse (1995) - Maureen Dawes in episode:
--"Pilot" (episode 1.1)
Dead Funny (1994) - Fate 3
The Jerky Boys (1994) - Lazarro's Young Lady
Missing Persons (1993-1994) - Officer Constance Karadzic (as Jorjan Fox) in episodes:
--"Pilot" (episode 1.1)
--"Cabe?... What kind of name is that?" (episode 1.2)
--"That's my sister, pal!..." (episode 1.3)
Law & Order (1993) - Paula Engren (as Jorjan Fox) in episode:
--"Securitate" (episode 3.20)
Dead Drunk: The Kevin Tunell Story (1993) - Maggie Glendon (as Jorjan Fox)
Happy Hell Night (1992) - ??? (as Jorjan Fox)
Summer Stories: The Mall (1992) - Diane (as Jorjan Fox)
The Kill-Off (1989) - Myra Pavlov (as Jorjan Fox)

   Past Polls
Which character was your favorite?
Sara Sidle - CSI (88%)
Maggie Doyle - ER (12%)

What attracted you to the actor?
Specific Character (69%)
Appearance (31%)
-I loved her as Maggie Doyle in ER.
-Sara is in love with Gil and he does not have a clue. Maybe if she was hairy and had eight leggs he would be more attentive.

Jorja Fox seems like she'd be a good...
Girlfriend (25%)
Friend (25%)
Co-worker (25%)
Aunt (12%)
Other (12%)


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