Jorja Fox is an American actress best known for her starring role as Sara Sidle in the police procedural television series CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, since 2000.
Fox's television credits include ER, The West Wing, Law & Order, Ellen and Drop Dead Diva. In addition to television, her film work includes Memento, How to Make the Cruelest Month, The Kill-Off, Forever Fabulous and Down with the Joneses.
A devoted wildlife advocate, Fox produced the documentary film How I Became an Elephant. The film is about one young girl's mission to save the elephants, as she travels to south East Asia to work with her hero The Elephant Lady and shows how everyone can make a difference.
Having appeared in numerous stage productions, Fox continues to work in conjunction with the theatre company she co-founded, Honeypot Productions. Honeypot is an independent theatre company in Los Angeles, which has mounted a number of original produtions.
Fox is a New York native currently living in Los Angeles.