Ellen Fox

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Ellen Fox is a writer, actress and American TV presenter. She is known for co-presenting The Rotten Tomatoes Show on Current TV.

Biography[edit]

Fox was born in Dover, Delaware and she majored in English at Rutgers University. She then moved to Chicago where she wrote about entertainment for various newspapers in the city, including the Chicago Tribune. Fox also took part in the city's improvisational comedy circuit.[1][2]

In 2009 Fox began co-hosting The Rotten Tomatoes Show on Current with Brett Erlich. The show in its half-hour slot was canceled in September 2010 but continued as a segment in InfoMania.

She presented on the Sundance Channel in 2011, covering the 2011 Sundance Film Festival.

She was a co-host and writer on CW's early morning show, EyeOpener TV broadcast for Dallas, Houston, Philadelphia, Miami and Portland.

She is a host on the SyFy show Wizard Wars in 2014.

Personal[edit]

Her favorite movie is Xanadu.

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