Vivica A. Fox Net Worth

How much is Vivica A. Fox worth?

Net Worth: $4 Million
Date of Birth: 1964-07-30
Gender: Female
Height: 5 ft 6 in (1.7 m)
Profession: Actor, Television producer, Voice Actor, Film Producer
Nationality: United States of America
Last Updated: 2019
Vivica A. Fox Net Worth:
$4 Million

Vivica A. Fox Net Worth and Salary: Vivica A. Fox is an American actress and producer who has a net worth of $4 million. Vivica A. Fox has had a fruitful acting career since bursting onto the scene in the mid 1990s with movies like Independence Day and Set It Off. She has gone on to appear in a number of films and TV shows.

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Early Life: Vivica Anjanetta Fox was born on July 30, 1964 in South Bend, Indiana. Vivica and attended Golden West College in California, where she received her associate’s degree in social sciences. Fox’s acting career didn’t begin until she moved to California for school. She started acting on soap operas, including “The Young and the Restless” and “Days of our Lives” before she was cast on an ABC series, where she was later replaced by Halle Berry.

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Inspirational Quotes by Vivica A. Fox

I can play basketball, run track, and play volleyball, so yeah, I've always been an athlete at heart.

Vivica A. Fox

I went to state in track, won the girls' city championship, and did well in volleyball. I was a varsity cheerleader. So you know, shoot, I've got a couple of letters and things! Last I counted, I think there were eight in my mama's house.

Vivica A. Fox

I must always have fresh orange juice, alkaline water and hazelnut creamer for my coffee.

Vivica A. Fox

I wish, to be honest with you, for African American films that we could get a few more theaters. They only open them in 1500 to 2000 for an opening weekend, and how do you expect us to compete. How can we go to certain box office levels if they don't give us more theaters?

Vivica A. Fox

When you do a film, you know you're shooting for 6 or 9 weeks, you've got your cast and crew. Overall, no one can just pull the plug and say, 'This isn't working.' There's just no security on television, especially for African Americans. It's a tough market.

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