I'm so excited to be the guide for 'The Cougar's' quest for loveVivica A. Fox named 'Cougar' host Feb 04, 2009
I have a magazine called Jolie, which is a fashion magazine which stands for 'live pretty,Vivica A. Fox has her hands full with work Dec 19, 2006
I'm trying to be a person with a career that has a lot of versatility to it, so that they can't say that I just play the girlfriend or just play the wifeVivica A. Fox has her hands full with work Dec 19, 2006
What's wonderful is, when she won for doing a role a lot of people had a problem with, she brought other sisters on stage with herHollywood Digest Jun 26, 2002
The Academy Awards is one of Hollywood's most celebrated events, and I'm thrilled be a part of the energy and excitement on the red carpet -- where all of the action always isVivica A. Fox to cover Oscars for TV Guide Mar 01, 2010
Vivica Anjanetta Fox (born July 30, 1964) is an American actress. She is best known for her roles in the films Independence Day, Set It Off, Soul Food, Why Do Fools Fall In Love, and Kill Bill: Vol. 1.
Fox, who is of African American and Native American descent, was born in South Bend, Indiana, the daughter of Everlyena, a pharmaceutical technician, and William Fox, a private school administrator. She is a graduate of Arlington High School in Indianapolis, Indiana and Golden West College with an Associate Art degree in Social Sciences.
Fox moved to California to attend Golden West College. While in California she started acting professionally, first on soap operas such as Generations, Days of our Lives and The Young and the Restless. She was cast as Emily Franklin in the pilot episode of ABC's Living Dolls a sitcom and spin-off of Who's the Boss? but was replaced with Halle Berry for the remaining episodes. Another early role saw her as Patti LaBelle's fashion designer daughter, Charisse Chamberlain, on the NBC TV series Out All Night. She also appeared as Jazz' sister on the hit show The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air and on "Beverly Hills, 90210". She got her big break in film in two 1996 movies, Independence Day, and Set It Off.