started in show business as an assistant to screenwriters Alfred Gough & Miles Millar (Shanghai Noon, TV's Smallville) and later to John August
(Charlie's Angels, Big Fish). While working for August, Fox was commissioned by 26 Films to write The Wedding Date, based on Elizabeth Young's novel Asking For Trouble. The writer turned in her first draft and, five months later, the movie began shooting in London.
Fox's current writing projects include The Girl Most Likely To for MGM and Marc Platt Productions, and two features for 20th Century Fox: an untitled animated film and the live-action comedy Bratz. She has also recently finished writing a romantic-comedy spec screenplay that she hopes to direct.
Note: This profile was written in or before 2005.
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