In The Summer Of 2009 CBS Announced That Jorja Fox Would Be

Jorja Fox
Jorja Fox
Jorja Fox


Fox has appeared in the films Velocity Trap, Food for the Heart and she also appeared briefly in Memento, playing Guy Pearce’s wife. in 2000, she became one of the characters on the CBS series CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, in which she portrayed a Las Vegas forensic scientist named Sara Sidle. The season finale turned out to be a cliffhanger involving her character, Sara Sidle. 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. in the summer of 2009, CBS announced that Jorja Fox would be returning to CSI as Sara Sidle. Fox is also a musician: she plays guitar (badly, she says) and recently purchased a drum kit.

Jorja Fox And CSI Costar George Eads Were Fired From The Show In

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She is arguably best known for her work as Sara Sidle in the hit CBS crime drama CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, a role she has portrayed as both a regular (2000-2007, 2011-) and recurring (2008-2011) cast member. in 1999, she was cast as Secret Service Agent Gina Toscano on NBC’s series The West Wing, where she starred for one season. Fox has appeared in the films Velocity Trap, Food for the Heart and she also appeared briefly in Memento, playing Guy Pearce’s wife. She and CSI co-star George Eads were fired from the show in 2004.

Jorja Fox Is Arguably Best Known For Her Work As Sara Sidle In

Jorja Fox
Jorja Fox
Jorja Fox
Jorja Fox
Jorja Fox
Jorja Fox
Jorja Fox
Jorja Fox
Jorja Fox
Jorja Fox
Jorja Fox
Jorja Fox


She first came to prominence as a guest star on the television drama ER, portraying the recurring role of Dr. Maggie Doyle from 1996 to 1999. She is arguably best known for her work as Sara Sidle in the hit CBS crime drama CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, a role she has portrayed as both a regular (2000-2007, 2011-) and recurring (2008-2011) cast member. She subsequently enrolled as a drama student at the Lee Strasberg Institute in New York, under the tutelage of actor William Hickey. Fox appeared in “The Puppy Episode Part 2″, the April 30, 1997 episode of the sitcom Ellen, in which that show’s main character came out as gay. After coming back for the 1st, 2nd and 5th episode she returned for Grissom’s last episode “One To Go” in the last scene when Grissom turns up in the jungle, surprising Sara and the episode finishing with the two sharing a passionate kiss.