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Originally from Indianapolis, VIVICA A. FOX came to California in to pursue her dream of becoming an actress. In classic Hollywood style, she was actually discovered by a producer while eating lunch one day in a Sunset Boulevard restaurant. 

Fox first gained fame as a series regular playing the role of Patti LaBelle's feisty fashion designer daughter in the NBC television series Out All Night. Notable among her other numerous television appearances are her work as a series regular on ABC's Arsenio, in which she portrayed Arsenio Hall's wife, and her two seasons as a regular co-star on the Fox Television sitcom Getting Personal, with John Cryer and Duane Martin. 

Fox received critical acclaim for her multi-dimensional, emotional and often comedic performance in the Warner Bros. movie Why Do Fools Fall In Love (1998), the story of the singer Frankie Lymon. Fox lit up the big screen in the smash hit Independence Day (1996), co-starring opposite Will Smith as Smith's sexy, heroic girlfriend. They generated enough sparks to win the MTV Movie Award for Best Kiss. 

Fox's stirring performance opposite Nia Long and Vanessa L. Williams in the family drama and surprise hit Soul Food (1997) won her MTV Movie Award and Image Award nominations for Best Actress. 

Fox's recent credits include the romantic comedies Two Can Play That Game (2001) and Juwanna Man (2002). She recently completed work on Ride Or Die (2003), a revisionist Western, and Ella Enchanted (2004), based on the popular Young Adult novel.


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