Crystal Fox

Crystal Fox previously appeared in Huntington's Blues for an Alabama Sky (1997). Off Broadway, she appeared in Everybody’s Ruby at The Public Theater. Regionally, she has appeared in Gem of the Ocean (Seattle Repertory Theatre), Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom, 7 Guitars, and From the Mississippi Delta (Alliance Theatre), and Flyin’ West (True Colors Theatre Company). She received a Drammy Award for Best Actress for her performance in For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow is Enuf at Portland Center Stage and a Helen Hayes Award nomination for Homeat Round House Theatre. She appeared in 3 Sistahs at MetroStage and for two seasons at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival in productions of Antony & Cleopatra, The Piano Lesson, Comedy of Errors, and A Raisin in the Sun. Ms. Fox appeared in the film Driving Miss Daisy and on television as Sgt. Luann Corbin on “In the Heat of the Night,” as well as on “Third Watch,” “Law & Order,” “The Sopranos,” and in the TV films The Old Settler and Mama Flora’s Family. 


(As of April 1997)

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