Vivica A. Fox most recently returned for the latest season of Larry David's HBO hit comedy, “Curb Your Enthusiasm” as the feisty Loretta Black. In April of 2009, Fox starred as an FBI Agent in pursuit of a serial killer in the suspense thriller “Junkyard Dogs,” and co-starred in “Cover,” a film directed by Bill Duke and based on a true story about the effects of HIV and AIDS in the African American community.
Fox starred in and co-produced “Three Can Play That Game” for Sony/Screen Gems, co-starring Tony Rock. This romantic comedy is the sequel to the hit feature film, “Two Can Play That Game,” for which she was nominated for an Image Award for Outstanding Actress in a Motion Picture.
Fox has co-starred with some of Hollywood’s hottest actors, including Academy Award winners Jamie Fox, Halle Berry and Whoopi Goldberg and Academy Award nominees Will Smith, Uma Thurman and Queen Latifah. Fox’s feature credits include Quentin Tarantino’s “Kill Bill,” “Ella Enchanted,” “Independence Day,” “Soul Food,” “Batman and Robin,” “Kingdom Come,” “Why Do Fools Fall In Love” and “Juwanna Mann.”
On the small screen, Fox co-executive produced and starred in the one-hour drama series “Missing” for Lifetime Television, portraying FBI special agent Nicole Scott. Fox is no stranger to the reality world either, appearing on the third season of ABC’s hit ballroom dancing competition, “Dancing With The Stars,” and serving as an expert judge alongside Academy Award winner Faye Dunaway on the WB reality show, “The Starlet.” Fox's television films include Showtime's “Hendrix” about acclaimed musician Jimi Hendrix, and the ABC/Disney movie of the week “A Saintly Switch” opposite David Alan Grier and Rue McClanahan.
Fox has also enjoyed success guest starring in numerous television series, including “Alias,” “My Wife & Kids,” “All of Us,” “Eve,” and the NBC comedy “Out All Night,” playing Patti Labelle's feisty fashion designer daughter.
In 2008, Fox was honored at the NAACP Theater Awards where she received the prestigious Spirit Award for starring in and producing the stage play Whatever She Wants alongside Boris Kodjoe and Richard Roundtree. In 2005 and 2006, Fox won the NAACP Image Award and the Prism Award for Best Actress in a Television Series—Drama. In 2003 she was honored with the Lady of Soul Lena Horne Career Achievement Award. She and Will Smith won the MTV Movie Award for Best Kiss for “Independence Day.” Fox has also been voted one of People Magazine’s fifty most beautiful people.