Christina Cox Bio, Age, Wiki, Net Worth, Parents, Husband, Married, Movies, TV Shows

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Christina Cox Biography and Wiki

Christina Cox is a famous Canadian stuntwoman and film and television actress best known for her roles in the 1999 Canadian film Better Than Chocolate and the film The Chronicles of Riddick. She has appeared in several national theatrical productions, including Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night and Jim Cartwright’s Road.

Christina Cox Education

Cox studied theatre and dance at Unionville High School’s Arts York program before continuing her education at Toronto’s Ryerson Theatre School for two years.

Christina Cox Age

How old is Cox? Christina is 51 years old as of 2022. She was born on 31 July 1971 in Toronto, Canada.

Christina Cox Height and Measurements

She stands at a height of 5′ 6″ (1.68 m), however, information regarding her other body measurements is currently under review. ALSO READ: Jenny McCarthy

Christina Cox Family and Parents

Cox was born and raised in Toronto, Canada. She is the youngest of three daughters, born of a Canadian with Caribbean (Jamaican) ancestry. Tracey and Melissa are her two older sisters. Her father works in the automotive industry.

Christina Cox Husband and Married

Cox is married happily to Grant Mattos, a former wide receiver for the San Diego Chargers. Their daughter, Tracey Cox, was born in December 2013, and Melissa Cox was born on April 20, 1968.

Christina Cox Better Than Chocolate

She was cast as Kim in the 1999 Canadian romantic comedy movie Better Than Chocolate. It follows Maggie who has moved out on her own and begun a relationship with Kim. Maggie’s mother, Lila, and brother are forced to live in her loft sublet with her, oblivious to the fact that she is a lesbian. Maggie’s freedom is jeopardized, and she believes she must conceal her blossoming affair.

Christina Cox The Chronicles of Riddick

She appeared as Eve Logan in the 2004 American science fiction action film The Chronicles of Riddick. The film revolves around Riddick who has been in hiding for five years after fleeing the dark planet, evading bounty hunters and mercenaries sent to apprehend him. He is reunited with Imam, the man he rescued in the first film, and learns that he is a Furyan, a member of a long-thought-extinct race of warriors.

Christina Cox Career

Cox has appeared in over 38 films and television shows. Her most well-known film roles include the 1999 Canadian film Better Than Chocolate and the film The Chronicles of Riddick. She was nominated for a Gemini Award for her role as Angela Ramrez in F/X: The Series. Cox was a cast member on the UPN sitcom Girlfriends as Lynn in the pilot episode. Cox has performed in many national theater productions, including Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night and Jim Cartwright’s Road. She is also an accomplished stuntwoman. In Million Dollar Baby, she did boxing stunts for Hilary Swank. Vicki Nelson in Blood Ties, a supernatural detective series based on the novels, was Cox’s first role as a main character in a television series.

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Vicki Nelson in Blood Ties, a supernatural detective series based on Tanya Huff’s novels, was Cox’s first role as the main character in a television series. “Back when Christina Cox was doing F/X: The Series, I used to point at the screen and announce, ‘When she’s a little older, she’d be brilliant as Vicki!” Tanya Huff later said. She portrayed astronaut-biologist Jen Crane in ABC’s summer 2009 show Defying Gravity. Cox also appeared as the villainous police officer Zoey Kruger in a Season Four episode of Showtime’s Dexter. She co-starred with Elias Koteas and Deborah Kara Unger in the 2011 ABC summer drama Combat Hospital (aka The Hot Zone).

Christina Cox’s Net Worth

She has an estimated net worth of $8 Million. She has amassed a modest wealth through the revenues of her job as an actress, and producer.

Christina Cox TV Shows and Movies

TV SHOWS:

♦ 2018 – Lethal Soccer Mom
♦ 2017 – iZombie
♦ 2017 – Deadly Lessons
♦ 2016–2018 – Shadowhunters
♦ 2016 – Elementary
♦ 2016 – Deadly Dance Mom
♦ 2015 – NCIS: Los Angeles
♦ 2015 – NCIS: New Orleans
♦ 2014–2015 – Arrow
♦ 2014 – Crimes of the Mind
♦ 2013 – Castle
♦ 2013 – Eve of Destruction (miniseries)
♦ 2012 – Fugitive at 17
♦ 2012 – Virtual Lies

MOVIES:

♦ 2018 – F.R.E.D.I.
♦ 2013 – The Contractor
♦ 2012 – Beauty Mark
♦ 2007 – Ascension Day
♦ 2006 – Max Havoc: Ring of Fire
♦ 2004 – The Chronicles of Riddick
♦ 2003 – Sometimes a Hero
♦ 2001 – Jane Doe
♦ 1999 – Better Than Chocolate
♦ 1996 – No One Could Protect Her
♦ 1995 – Street Law
♦ 1995 – The Donor
♦ 1994 – Spike of Love