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The foxy film star, Vivica A. Fox is as talented as she is steaming hot. Vivica A. Fox made her first big break in the film Independence Day, but before playing Will Smith's stripper girlfriend, Fox had already appeared on TV and in some films. After graduating Golden West College, Fox moved to Los Angeles to focus on acting. Her first roles were on soap operas such as The Young and the Restless, Generations and Days of our Lives. Her amazing good looks soon got the attention of sit-com producers, and Fox was offered a role in the Who's the Boss spin-off Living Dolls. Unfortunately, Fox only appeared in the pilot episode, and her character was later played by fellow up-and-coming hottie Halle Berry. There seems to be no ill will between the two, as Berry was kind enough to mention Fox during Berry's famous, lengthy, 2002 Academy Award acceptance speech.
Fox bounced back form Living Dolls, by appearing as Jazz's sister on the hit show The Fresh Prince of Bel Air. It's here that she first met Will Smith, who would later suggest Fox to the producers of Independence Day. The sci-fi blockbuster opened in the summer of 1996 and cemented Fox as an international star. Fox's next film would be the 1996 crime film Set It Off with Jada Pinkett Smith, Will Smith's wife.
Fox spent the end of the 90's appearing in films such as Booty Call and the underrated Idle Hands with Jessica Alba. She also appeared on TV shows such as Cosby, Living Single and City of Angels. She also began dating high-profile rapper 50-Cent, and because of this relationship, her name pops in songs by Missy Elliot and in a diss song by The Game.
In 2003, Fox made a bit of a comeback by playing matrial arts assassin Vernita Green in Quentin Tarintino's Kill Bill films (Uma Thurman, Lucy Liu), and has the honor of being in the films first fight with Uma Thurman. Since then, Fox has appeared in shows such as Dancing With the Stars, Curb Your Enthusiasm and in the romantic comedy Three Can Play That Game.