Charlotte Kate Fox
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Charlotte Kate Fox is an American film and theater Actress. She made history as the first foreign heroine of the Japanese Asadora "Massan." Fox was born Charlotte Elizabeth Demo Varney in Santa Fe, New Mexico to her parents, Cynthia Demo and Edward Latin Varney III August 14, 1985. Edward was was in the construction business, and Cynthia was a real estate agent. Fox's older half-brother, Matthew, was sixteen years older than Fox and as a result, Fox did not grow up with him. When Fox was nine, her parents divorced. Read more... William Demo Fox. The two remain very close to this day. William currently attends Northeastern University. Fox spent her early years in the garden with her mother, or at the local library. She began ballet at the age of five and continued her dancing career until the age of 16, when she began acting in local theater productions. At sixteen, Fox left the traditional setting of her catholic high school, and instead, enlisted in a home-school program in order to devote more time to theater and film. She graduated high school early and began taking classes at a community college at age sixteen. Fox attended Marymount Manhattan University for seven months studying theater, but left New York in favor of the desert. She soon enrolled at the College of Santa Fe in her hometown, Santa Fe, New Mexico, and graduated with honors with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Theater in 2008. After a two years string of odd jobs (including being the personal assistant to Mr. John Walsh of the TV Show "America's Most Wanted), Fox applied to Northern Illinois University and was accepted into a class of eighteen other students in the Fall of 2010. Three years later, Fox graduated with an MFA. Fox began her acting career at age sixteen when she appeared as an extra in the Starz television series, Crash. After that, she appeared in numerous professional and regional theater productions, eventually obtaining her Equity Membership while performing in the Actor's Theater of Charlotte's "Venus in Fur" as Vanda. She appeared in smaller independent films, until she made history as the first foreign lead of a Japanese Morning Drama ("Massan" 2014).