Rachel G. Fox

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Rachel G. Fox
Born Rachel Giana Fox
(1996-07-23) July 23, 1996 (age 21)
Lawrenceville, Georgia, U.S.
Occupation Actress, singer, musician
Years active 2005–present

Rachel Giana Fox (born July 23, 1996) is an American actress, voice actress and singer best known for playing Kayla Huntington in the ABC television series Desperate Housewives.[citation needed]

Early life[edit]

Fox was born in Lawrenceville, Georgia. She moved to Westlake, Ohio at age 4.[citation needed] A year later her mother put Rachel and her sister into a theater program to make sure they were comfortable with public speaking.[1] She began doing commercials and print work in Ohio and was represented by Ford Modeling Agency and The Docherty Agency.[citation needed] She appeared in print for American Greetings, Target, and JoAnn Fabrics.[citation needed] She appeared in the Lite House Pools and Spas TV commercial and various regional commercials.[citation needed] Fox moved to California at the age of 9.[citation needed] She is currently schooled at Chaminade College Preparatory.[citation needed]

Acting career[edit]

Fox has also appeared on Alias, That's So Raven, Adventures in Odyssey, iCarly and Hannah Montana. She voiced characters in the video games Ant Bully and Thrillville.[citation needed]

She appeared on ABC's hit show Desperate Housewives from September 2006 until May 2008 as a series regular, portraying Lynette's sociopath step-daughter Kayla Huntington.[2]

In July 2009, Fox filmed the movie Spork, which was released in 2010 which would be her first lead movie role.[citation needed] She also starred in Jim Sheridan's Dream House,[3] portraying Chloe Patterson, daughter of Ann and Jack Patterson (played by Naomi Watts and Marton Csokas, respectively).[4]

Fox was cast in the CBS Pilot "Vince Uncensored" and appear as a recurring character in ABC Family sitcom Melissa & Joey.[citation needed]

Finance career[edit]

Fox on Stocks, launched in 2012 and said to be Fox's stock-trading blog, describes her as "a very successful stock trader in her free time," and says that it "provides education for those wishing to learn more about investing." [5][6][7]

In 2016, after publications she was purportedly employed as a trader by Jacob Wohl,[8][9] Fox has denied any connection with Wohl.[10]



Year Title Role Notes
2010 Spork Betsy Byotch
2011 Dream House Chloe Patterson
2012 Jewtopia Jill Lipschitz


Year Title Role Notes
2006 Passions Older Jane 1 episode
2006 Alias Young Sydney "All the Time in the World"
2006 That's So Raven Buffy "Sister Act", "Rae of Sunshine"
2006-08 Desperate Housewives Kayla Huntington Scavo Recurring role
2008 iCarly Amber Tate "iCarly Saves TV"
2009 New Adventures of Old Christine, TheThe New Adventures of Old Christine Gretchen "The Curious Case of Britney B."
2011 Vince Uncensored Rosie Donohue TV film
2011-12 Melissa & Joey Holly Reback Recurring role
2012 Private Practice Missy Spencer "And Then There Was One"
2012 I'm Not Dead Yet Melanie Lazarus TV film
2013 Zombie Night Tracie Jackson TV film
2015 Wuthering High School Bella Linton TV film
2015 CSI: Cyber Elizabeth Marks "Selfie 2.0"


Year Result Award Category Nominated Work
2007 Nominated Young Artist Awards Best Recurring Young Actress in a Television Series Desperate Housewives
2008 Nominated Screen Actors Guild Awards Outstanding Ensemble Cast
Nominated Young Artist Awards Best Recurring Young Actress in a Comedy Series
2009 Nominated Screen Actors Guild Awards Outstanding Ensemble Cast

In 2014, Fox was named one of "The 25 Most Influential Teens of 2014" by Time magazine.[11]


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