Jul. 31st, 1971
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Christina Cox's Main TV Roles
Main Movie Roles2004 - The Chronicles of Riddick
1999 - Better Than Chocolate
Guest TV Roles
Cmt Ariel Garamond
Sherry Stephens (2003)
The youngest of three girls, Christina was born just outside Toronto. She carried a double major of theater and dance at the prestigious Arts York at Unionville High School. She went on to further her training at the Ryerson Theatre School of Toronto, among such alumni as Eric McCormack and David James Elliott. In addition to her film and television credits, Christina has appeared in numerous national theater productions ranging from classical productions of William Shakespeare (I)'s "Twelfth Night" to Jim Cartwright (I)'s raw and dirty "Road".
She is well known for her portrayal of "Kim" in the romantic comedy Better Than Chocolate (1999) as well as her Gemini-nominated performance as "Angela Ramirez", the series lead on Rysher's "F/X: The Series" (1996). She also co-starred opposite Rob Lowe (I) and Teri Hatcher in the USA thriller Jane Doe (2001) (TV). She competed in gymnastics, track and field and tae kwan do. She is proficient in boxing, Muay Thai kickboxing and has extensive training in stage combat, period weaponry and firearms.
- Younger sister of 'Tracey Cox' (qv) and 'Melissa Cox (I)' (qv).
- She currently resides in Los Angeles, California .
- As a child, Christina played soccer and aspired to become an Olympic gymnast.