Jorja Fox (age: 48) is an actress known as Dr. Maggie Doyle in ER, Secret Service Agent Gina Toscano on The West Wing and Sara Sidle CSI: Crime Scene Investigation.
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Jorja Fox (born July 7, 1968 as Jorja-An Fox) is an American actress and producer. She first came to prominence as a recurring guest star on the television medical drama ER, portraying the recurring role of Dr. Maggie Doyle from 1996 to 1999. This was followed by another critical success in the recurring role of Secret Service Agent Gina Toscano on The West Wing in 2000. She has played Sara Sidle in the police procedural drama CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, both as a regular (2000–2007, 2010–2015) and recurring (2008–2010) cast member.
After appearing in several minor films and television series, including a 1993 episode of Law & Order, Fox entered the limelight in 1996 when she began a recurring role the NBC medical drama ER, as the no-nonsense vegetarian and lesbian medical intern Dr. Maggie Doyle.
She and CSI co-star George Eads were fired from the show in 2004. Fox had allegedly failed to submit a letter to CBS confirming that she would be on time for shooting. The disputes were resolved in just over a week, and the two were rehired by CBS; however, neither actor’s salary was raised, in spite of other cast members’ receiving raises. It was also reported that of the two, Fox was approached first to resume her contract with CSI, but she refused until Eads was rehired as well.
On April 18, 2007, TV Guide began reporting that Fox may not be returning for the eighth season of CSI, having not yet signed a new contract. The season finale turned out to be a cliffhanger involving her character, Sara Sidle. The New York Post reported that Fox did not show up to film the finale because of ongoing issues over her employment. Neither CBS nor Jorja’s agent confirmed the allegations.
In September 2007, after rumors emerged about Fox’s departure from the show, an online forum called “Your Tax Dollars at Work”, started a campaign to keep Sara Sidle on CSI; the campaign (called Dollars for Sense) includes mailing the show’s producers a dollar so as to keep Fox on the show. With the help of donations, the campaign also organized plane flyovers over the Universal Studios lot in California where CSI is filmed. The banners read “Keep Jorja Fox on CBS”. On October 15, 2007, Fox told Entertainment Weekly that she left CSI, saying that she wanted a break “from the commitment of a weekly television series.” Fox requested that the money collected during the “Dollars for Sense” campaign be donated to CASA, an organization dedicated to aiding foster children. On November 15, 2007, the episode “Goodbye and Good Luck” marked the character’s final regular appearance in an episode of CSI until the show entered its tenth season.
In May 2008, Fox returned for CSI’s ninth season as a guest star. After coming back for the first, second, and fifth episodes, she returned for Grissom’s last episode (“One To Go”) in the last scene, when Grissom turns up in the jungle, surprising Sara, and in the episode finish wherein the two shared a passionate kiss.
In the summer of 2009, CBS announced that Jorja Fox would be returning to CSI as Sara Sidle. Fox was initially slated to appear in the season 10 premiere (“Family Affair,” which aired September 24, 2009) and four additional episodes. However, executive producer Carol Mendelsohn confirmed that Fox’s stay had been made “more permanent” and her role extended indefinitely. By July 2011, Jorja was confirmed as a full-time, regular cast member on CSI for season 12, though she had returned to the opening credits for season 11. She remained in the main cast until the end of the show.
After leaving CSI in 2007, Fox produced the musical Stay Forever: The Life and Music of Dusty Springfield starring Kirsten Holly Smith, about the tension between the public image and private life of bisexual musician Dusty Springfield, which played at the Renberg Theatre in the Los Angeles Gay and Lesbian Center.
Fox guest-starred in the Lifetime TV series Drop Dead Diva. The episode, which aired on August 16, 2009, had her playing a soccer mom with a criminal past. She also did a modeling shoot for Green With Glamour. Fox is the co-founder of Honeypot Productions, an independent avant-garde theatre company in Los Angeles that has produced five original plays. Her friend and HoneyPot co-founder Heather Reid wrote Dear Bernard, which Fox helped produce.
Fox is a musician; she plays guitar (badly, she says) and recently purchased a drum kit. She sings and writes songs, most notably the song “Lullabye” for the movie Traveling Companion as well as the song “Satellite,” which she published on her official web site. Jorja and CSI co-star Marg Helgenberger sang “Stand by Me” as a duet at the fourth annual benefit called “What A Pair 4—A Celebration of Women’s Duets” to benefit breast cancer research at the John Wayne Cancer Institute. It was held Sunday June 11, 2006, at the Wiltern/LG Theatre.
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