'CSI' Alum Jorja Fox Signs With Gersh
She’s the latest castmember to join an agency upon the conclusion of the long-running series.
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation star Jorja Fox has signed with Gersh, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.
The CBS flagship drama drew to a close Sept. 27, and this year several of its longest-running castmembers have lined up agency representation in anticipation of finding their next gig: George Eads signed with APA shortly before his final appearance on the show in February, and Eric Szmanda signed with Abrams last month. As Sara Sidle, Fox was an original castmember of CSI and served as a series regular for much of the drama’s 15-season run, sharing the SAG award for best drama series ensemble in 2005.
Fox also was previously nominated for an Online Film & Television Association award in 1998 for her three-season stint as Dr. Maggie Doyle on ER. She later recurred on The West Wing as a Secret Service agent assigned to protect Elisabeth Moss’ first daughter, Zoey Bartlet.
In film, Fox most notably portrayed Guy Pearce’s deceased wife in Christopher Nolan’s Memento. She co-founded a Los Angeles-based theater company, Honeypot Productions, for which she has starred in four plays, written three and directed one.
Fox continues to be represented by Framework Entertainment.