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Courteney Cox
CourteneyCoxFeb09.jpg
Cox in 2009
Born
Courteney Bass Cox

(1964-06-15) June 15, 1964 (age 56)
Education
Occupation
  • Actress
  • producer
  • director
Years active1984–present
Known for
Spouse(s)
(
m. 1999; div. 2013)
Partner(s)
Children1

Courteney Bass Cox (born June 15, 1964)[1][2] is an American actress, producer, and director. She gained worldwide recognition for her starring role as Monica Geller on the NBC sitcom Friends (1994–2004) and as Gale Weathers in the horror film series Scream (1996–2011).

On television, Cox starred as Lauren Miller in the NBC sitcom Family Ties (1987–1989), Lucy Spiller in the FX drama series Dirt (2007–2008), and as Jules Cobb in the ABC/TBS sitcom Cougar Town (2009–2015), the lattermost of which earned her a Golden Globe Award nomination.

Her other films include the action fantasy Masters of the Universe (1987), the comedy Ace Ventura: Pet Detective (1994), the animated comedy Barnyard (2006), the fantasy comedy Bedtime Stories (2008), and the independent drama Mothers and Daughters (2016).

She owns the production company Coquette Productions, which was created by Cox and her then-husband David Arquette. She also worked as a director on her sitcom Cougar Town, the television drama film TalhotBlond (2012), and the black comedy drama film Just Before I Go (2014).

Early life

Cox was born and raised in Birmingham, Alabama.[1][3] She is a daughter of businessman Richard Lewis Cox and Courteney Copeland (née Bass).[4][5] Cox has two older sisters, Virginia and Dorothy, and an older brother, Richard Jr. Her parents divorced in 1974 and her mother then married businessman Hunter Copeland (uncle to music promoter and business manager Ian Copeland and The Police drummer Stewart Copeland).[6]

After graduating from Mountain Brook High School, Cox left for Mount Vernon College in Washington, D.C. (now part of George Washington University), but did not complete her architecture course, opting instead to pursue a career in modeling and acting.[7] She has English ancestry.[8][9][10]

Career

1984–1993: Beginnings and early roles

Cox appeared in the 1984 music video for Bruce Springsteen's "Dancing in the Dark", as the young woman pulled onstage at the St. Paul Civic Center to dance with Springsteen.[11] Her early television work includes a starring role as Gloria Dinallo in the short-lived NBC science-fiction fantasy series Misfits of Science (1985),[12] and guest-starring roles in the ABC comedy-drama series The Love Boat (1986) and the CBS crime drama series Murder, She Wrote (1986). She later had a recurring role as Lauren Miller, the girlfriend of Michael J. Fox's character Alex P. Keaton in the NBC comedy series Family Ties (1987–1989).[13]

Cox's early film roles include Masters of the Universe (1987), Cocoon: The Return (1988), and I'll Be Home for Christmas (1988).[14][15] She also played Jewel Jagger, the tough-as-nails assistant of Larry Burrows (James Belushi), in Mr. Destiny (1990). In 1993, she co-starred in the short-lived CBS sitcom The Trouble with Larry, alongside Bronson Pinchot and Perry King.[16] The following year, shortly before the debut of the sitcom Friends, Cox starred alongside Jim Carrey in the comedy film Ace Ventura: Pet Detective,[17] and as Jerry Seinfeld's girlfriend, Meryl, in the Seinfeld episode "The Wife".[18] In 1995, she was cast in Toad the Wet Sprocket's music video "Good Intentions". The song was also featured on the Friends soundtrack.[19]

1994–2004: Breakthrough with Friends and Scream

Cox in September 1995

In 1994, Cox was asked to audition for the starring role of Rachel Green on a new sitcom, Friends; she was cast as Monica Geller instead.[20]

At first the most famous cast member of the new show, Cox joined Jennifer Aniston (Rachel Green), Lisa Kudrow (Phoebe Buffay), Matt LeBlanc (Joey Tribbiani), Matthew Perry (Chandler Bing) and David Schwimmer (Ross Geller) for what became her most famous role, lasting for 10 seasons until 2004. The series is commonly referred to as one of the greatest sitcoms of all time.[21][22] According to the Guinness Book of World Records (2005), Cox (along with her female co-stars) became the highest-paid TV actress of all time, with her US$1 million-per-episode fee for the final two seasons of Friends.[23] Syndication of the series earned Cox and her co-stars an estimated $20 million in annual residuals.[24]

Between seasons five and six, she married David Arquette and consequently changed her name to Courteney Cox Arquette. A joke reference to this is made in the opening credits of the episode "The One After Vegas", where the rest of the cast has "Arquette" added to their names. The dedication "For Courteney and David, who did get married" – a reference to Monica and Chandler's decision not to marry in the episode – appears during the fade out to the tag scene.[25]

Cox received further recognition and critical acclaim for her starring role as reporter Gale Weathers in the high-profile slasher horror film Scream (1996), and its sequels Scream 2 (1997) and Scream 3 (2000). The series is one of the highest grossing and critically acclaimed horror franchises of all time.[26][27][28] Cox's character was well known for her "snappy remarks and being brilliantly bossy".[29] She met her future husband, David Arquette, who played her on-screen love interest, Dwight "Dewey" Riley, while filming the first Scream film.[30]

Cox also hosted an episode of the variety sketch series Saturday Night Live in July 1995.[31] Her other major films during this period include the crime thriller The Runner (1999), the crime drama 3000 Miles to Graceland (2001), and the comedy The Shrink Is In (2001).[32] In late 2003, Cox and Arquette produced one season of the reality television series Mix It Up. The lifestyle series, which aired on the WE cable channel, struggled with low ratings and was not renewed for a second season.[33]

2005–present: Dirt, Cougar Town, and later work

After the conclusion of Friends, Cox was producer Marc Cherry's first choice to be offered a starring role as Susan Mayer on Desperate Housewives, but Cox was unavailable due to her pregnancy and the role later went to Teri Hatcher.[34] A few years later, Cox signed a deal with ABC Studios (formerly Touchstone Television) to star in her own series.

She starred in the independent drama film November (2005), which had a limited theatrical release.[35] She had a cameo appearance in the big-budget remake The Longest Yard (2005) as Lena, the girlfriend of Paul Crewe (Adam Sandler), and co-starred with Tim Allen in the critically derided Zoom (2006).[36] Cox also voiced the role of Daisy in the animated film Barnyard (2006).[37] A Friends reunion film was rumored to be in production following the success of Sex and the City (2008),[38] but this was later denied by Warner Bros. and others.

Cox starred as Lucy Spiller, a cynical tabloid editor, in the FX television drama series Dirt, which premiered in 2007. Cox and her then-husband David Arquette were the executive producers of the series.[39] The series was eventually canceled after the second season in 2008.[40] In July 2008, Entertainment Weekly announced that Cox had signed on to star in a three-episode arc for the television medical comedy series Scrubs.[41] Also that year, she starred in the fantasy comedy film Bedtime Stories, reuniting with co-star Adam Sandler.[42] She went to executive produce the short drama film The Butler's in Love, directed by David Arquette.

Cox at Paleyfest in 2010

Cox guest starred in a three-episode story arc on former Friends co-star Lisa Kudrow's web comedy series Web Therapy (2009).[43]

In 2009, she began her role as the star of the single-camera ABC comedy series Cougar Town, playing a newly single 40-year-old mother on the hunt for new experiences.[44][45][46] It is notably Cox's most successful work since Friends, earning a nomination for the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Television Series Musical or Comedy. The series' third season was set to premiere in November 2011, but moved to February 14, 2012. Cox directed two episodes of the series' fifteen episodes that season. The fourth season premiered on January 8, 2013. The series came to an end on March 31, 2015, after six seasons.[47][48]

Cox reprised her role as Gale Weathers from the Scream trilogy for the sequel Scream 4. The film was released in theaters on April 15, 2011.[49][50]

Cox made her directorial debut and had a cameo appearance in a Lifetime television drama film TalhotBlond, which premiered on the network on June 23, 2012.[51] In 2014, Cox directed and produced the black comedy film Just Before I Go, starring Seann William Scott and Elisha Cuthbert.[52] The film premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival on April 24, 2014,[53] and it was released in select theaters on April 24, 2015.[54]

From 2014 to 2017, she executive produced the syndicated game show Celebrity Name Game, hosted by Craig Ferguson. It ended after three seasons. The series earned her a nomination for the Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Game Show.[55]

In 2016, Cox starred in the independent drama film Mothers and Daughters, alongside Susan Sarandon, Mira Sorvino, and Sharon Stone. The film was released to generally negative reviews on May 6, 2016.[56] In 2019, she created and executive produced the Facebook Watch documentary series 9 Months with Courteney Cox, which focuses on "people from across the country of various race, religion, and class as they self-document their 9-month journey of pregnancy".[57] In 2020, she guest starred in the ABC sitcom Modern Family.[58]

Cox is set to executive produce and star as Brittany Wagner in the Spectrum Originals adaptation of the documentary series Last Chance U.[59] She also signed on to star alongside Greg Kinnear in the Starz horror comedy series Shining Vale, from creators Sharon Horgan and Jeff Astrof. Cox stars as Patricia "Pat" Phelps, who moves her family "from the 'crazy' of the city to a large, old house in the suburbs where evil and humor collide."[60]

She will reunite with her Friends co-stars for a reunion special, tentatively titled The One Where They Got Back Together, which will be released on HBO Max.[61] In July 2020, it was confirmed that Cox would be reprising her role as Gale Weathers for the fifth Scream film, which will be directed by Matt Bettinelli-Olpin and Tyler Gillett.[62] The film will be released in 2021.[63]

Personal life

Cox's previous boyfriends include rock promoter Ian Copeland,[64] actor Michael Keaton, and singer Adam Duritz of Counting Crows.

Cox married actor David Arquette on June 12, 1999, at Grace Cathedral in San Francisco.[65][66] The couple had a daughter together named Coco, born in June 2004.[67][68] Cox revealed that she suffered from postpartum depression six months after the birth of her child.[69] Jennifer Aniston is the godmother.[70] On October 11, 2010, it was announced that Cox and Arquette had separated, although they still maintain a close friendship and ongoing business relationship in Coquette Productions.[71][72][73] In June 2012, Arquette filed for divorce after nearly two years of separation from Cox.[74] The divorce became final in May 2013.[75]

Cox began dating Snow Patrol band member Johnny McDaid in late 2013.[76] The couple announced their engagement on Twitter on June 26, 2014.[77] Soon afterward they called off the engagement, but they have remained a couple.

On the season eight premiere episode of the American genealogy documentary series Who Do You Think You Are?, whilst visiting Berkeley Castle, Gloucestershire, UK, it was discovered that Cox is an 18 and 19-generation descendant of two key players involved in the deposing and likely murder of King Edward II of England in 1327, and also a 27-generation descendant of William the Conqueror.[78] Cox is a practitioner of Budokan karate.[79][80]

Filmography

Film

Year Title Role Notes
1987 Down Twisted Tarah
1987 Masters of the Universe Julie Winston
1988 Cocoon: The Return Sara
1990 Shaking the Tree Kathleen
1990 Mr. Destiny Jewel Jagger
1991 Blue Desert Lisa Roberts
1992 The Opposite Sex and How to Live with Them Carrie Davenport
1994 Ace Ventura: Pet Detective Melissa Robinson
1996 Scream Gale Weathers
1997 Commandments Rachel Luce
1997 Scream 2 Gale Weathers
1999 The Runner Karina
2000 Scream 3 Gale Weathers
2001 3000 Miles to Graceland Cybil Waingrow
2001 The Shrink Is In Samantha Crumb Also executive producer
2001 Get Well Soon Lily Charles
2004 November Sophie Jacobs
2005 The Longest Yard Lena Uncredited
2006 Barnyard Daisy the Cow (voice)
2006 Zoom Marsha Holloway
2006 The Tripper Dog Lover Hippie Also executive producer
2008 Alien Love Triangle Alice Short film
2008 The Monday Before Thanksgiving Cece Short film; also director and writer
2008 Bedtime Stories Wendy
2008 The Butler's in Love None Short film; executive producer
2011 Scream 4 Gale Weathers-Riley
2012 Got Rights? Celebrity Short film
2014 Just Before I Go None Director and producer
2016 Mothers and Daughters Beth
2020 You Cannot Kill David Arquette Herself Documentary[81]
2021 Scream 5 Gale Weathers-Riley Pre-production[82]

Television

Year Title Role Notes
1984 As the World Turns Bunny Episode: "1.5000"
1985 Code Name: Foxfire Flight Attendant / Amy 2 episodes
1985–1986 Misfits of Science Gloria Dinallo Main role; 16 episodes
1986 The Love Boat Carol Episode: "Daredevil/Picture Me a Spy/Sleeper"
1986 Sylvan in Paradise Lucy Apple Television film
1986 Murder, She Wrote Carol Bannister 2 episodes
1987 If It's Tuesday, It Still Must Be Belgium Hana Wyskocki Television film
1987 I'll Be Home for Christmas Nora Bundy Television film
1987–1989 Family Ties Lauren Miller Recurring role; 19 episodes
1989 Roxanne: The Prize Pulitzer Jacquie Kimberly Television film
1989 Till We Meet Again Marie-Frederique 'Freddy' de Lancel 2 episodes
1990 Curiosity Kills Gwen Television film
1991 Morton & Hayes Princess Lucy Episode: "Oafs Overboard"
1992 Battling for Baby Katherine Television film
1992 Dream On Alisha Episode: "Come and Knock on Our Door..."
1993 The Trouble with Larry Gabriella Easden Recurring role; 7 episodes
1994 Seinfeld Meryl Episode: "The Wife"
1994–2004 Friends Monica Geller Main role; 236 episodes
1995 Sketch Artist II: Hands That See Emmy Television film
1995 The Larry Sanders Show Herself Episode: "Larry's Big Idea"
1995 Saturday Night Live Herself / Host Episode: "Courteney Cox/Dave Matthews Band"
1999 Happily Every After: Fairy Tales for Every Child Emerald Salt Port (voice) Episode: "Three Little Pigs"
2000 WCW Monday Nitro Herself Episode: "#5.33"
2003 MADtv Herself Episode: "#9.3"
2004 Mix It Up None 4 episodes; executive producer
2005 Rehab Taylor Kennedy Unsold pilot; also executive producer
2005 Dirt Squirrel None Television film; executive producer
2005 Talk Show Diaries None Television film; executive producer
2005 The MidNightly News None Television film; executive producer
2005–2007 Daisy Does America None 8 episodes; executive producer
2007–2008 Dirt Lucy Spiller Main role; 20 episodes
Also executive producer
2009–2015 Cougar Town Jules Cobb Main role; 102 episodes
Also director and executive producer
2009 Scrubs Dr. Maddox 3 episodes
2009 Web Therapy Serena DuVall Web series; 3 episodes
2011 Web Therapy Serena DuVall Episode: "Psychic Analysis"
2011 Private Practice Woman Uncredited; Episode: "Step One"
2012 TalhotBlond Amanda Television film; also director and producer
2013 Go On Talia Episode: "Matchup Problems"
2013 Tripaholics None Television film; executive producer
2014–2016 Drunk History Edith Wilson 2 episodes
2014–2017 Celebrity Name Game Herself 14 episodes; also executive producer
2015 Barely Famous Herself Episode: "Favorite Socks"
2016 Charity Case Hailey Unsold pilot; also executive producer
2016 Running Wild with Bear Grylls Herself Episode: "Courteney Cox"
2017 Who Do You Think You Are? Herself Episode: "Courteney Cox"
2017 Off Camera with Sam Jones Herself Episode: "Courteney Cox"
2017 The Gong Show Herself Episode: "Will Arnett/Courteney Cox/Isla Fisher"
2018 Shameless Jen Wagner Episode: "Face It, You're Gorgeous"
2019–2020 9 Months with Courteney Cox Herself / Host 20 episodes; also creator and executive producer[57]
2020 Modern Family Herself Episode: "The Prescott"
2020 Celebrity Escape Room Herself Red Nose Day special[83]
TBA The One Where They Got Back Together Herself Television special; also executive producer[84]
TBA Shining Vale Patricia "Pat" Phelps Main role; pilot[60]
TBA Last Chance U Brittany Wagner Main role; also executive producer[59]

Music videos

Year Title Artist Role Notes
1984 "Dancing in the Dark" Bruce Springsteen Young Woman
1995 "I'll Be There for You" The Rembrandts Monica Geller
1995 "Good Intentions" Toad the Wet Sprocket Woman
1996 "A Long December" Counting Crows Woman

Awards and nominations

Honors

Accolades

Year Association Category Work Result Ref.
1995 American Comedy Awards Funniest Supporting Female Performer in a Television Series Friends Nominated
People's Choice Awards Favorite Performer in a New Television Program Won
1996 Screen Actors Guild Awards Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series Won [88]
1997 Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards Favorite Television Actress Nominated
Online Film & Television Association Awards Best Ensemble in a Series Nominated [89]
Best Ensemble in a Comedy Series Won
1998 Blockbuster Entertainment Awards Favorite Actress – Horror Scream 2 Nominated
Online Film & Television Association Awards Best Ensemble in a Series Friends Nominated [90]
Best Ensemble in a Comedy Series Nominated
Saturn Awards Best Supporting Actress Scream 2 Nominated
1999 American Comedy Awards Funniest Supporting Female Performer in a Television Series Friends Nominated
Online Film & Television Association Awards Best Ensemble in a Comedy Series Nominated [91]
Screen Actors Guild Awards Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series Nominated [92]
2000 Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards Favorite Television Friends (shared with Jennifer Aniston & Lisa Kudrow) Nominated
Online Film & Television Association Awards Best Ensemble in a Comedy Series Nominated [93]
Screen Actors Guild Awards Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series Nominated [94]
Teen Choice Awards Choice Movie – Chemistry (shared with David Arquette) Scream 3 Won
TV Guide Awards Editor's Choice Award Friends Won
2001 Blockbuster Entertainment Awards Favorite Actress – Horror (Internet Only) Scream 3 Nominated
Online Film & Television Association Awards Best Ensemble in a Comedy Series Friends Nominated [95]
Screen Actors Guild Awards Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series Nominated [96]
The Stinkers Bad Movie Awards Most Annoying Fake Accent – Female 3000 Miles to Graceland Nominated
Worst Supporting Actress Nominated
2002 Golden Raspberry Awards Worst Supporting Actress Nominated
Worst Screen Couple (shared with Kurt Russell) Nominated
Screen Actors Guild Awards Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series Friends Nominated [97]
Teen Choice Awards Choice TV Actress – Comedy Nominated
2003 Screen Actors Guild Awards Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series Nominated [98]
Teen Choice Awards Choice TV Actress – Comedy Nominated
2004 Screen Actors Guild Awards Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series Nominated [99]
2005 Teen Choice Awards Choice Movie – Hissy Fit The Longest Yard Nominated
2006 The Stinkers Bad Movie Awards Worst Supporting Actress Zoom Nominated
TV Land Awards Most Wonderful Wedding (shared with Matthew Perry) Friends Nominated
2007 Break Up That Was So Bad It Was Good (shared with Michael J. Fox) Family Ties Nominated
2010 Gold Derby Awards Comedy Lead Actress Cougar Town Won
Golden Globe Awards Best Actress in a Television Series – Comedy or Musical Nominated [100]
The Streamy Awards Best Guest Star in a Web Series Web Therapy Nominated
Women's Image Network Awards Actress Comedy Series Cougar Town Nominated
2011 Critics' Choice Television Awards Best Actress in a Comedy Series Nominated
Gold Derby Awards Comedy Lead Actress Nominated
People's Choice Awards Favorite Television Comedy Actress Nominated
2012 Favorite Television Comedy Actress Nominated
2014 Favorite Cable Television Actress Nominated
2015 Favorite Cable Television Actress Nominated
2017 Daytime Emmy Awards Outstanding Game Show Celebrity Name Game Nominated [55]

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