Modeling soon led to appearances in a few commercials for Fox, one of which was a large role in a Midas advertisement.By the time he was 24 years old, Fox decided he wanted to try acting as a profession.However, the series was very short-lived: CBS canceled Freshman Dorm after airing only six episodes.
At Columbia, he studied economics with the goal of becoming a stockbroker on Wall Street. His girlfriend's mother was the owner of a modeling agency and she got him started in the business.Until the last semester of college, Fox planned on going into business, until he realized it would not be right for him. He also was represented by the Ford Modeling Agency.Born July 14, 1966, in Crowheart, WY; son of Francis (a rancher) and Loretta (a teacher) Fox; married Margherita Ronchi, August, 1992; children: Kyle Allison, Byron. Addresses: Office —c/o Touchstone Television, 500 South Buena Vista, Production Building #343, Burbank, CA 91521. (economics), 1989; studied acting at Atlantic Theater Company, New York, NY, and The School for Film and Television, New York, NY.He was a student at the Atlantic Theater Company and The School for Film and Television, both located in New York City.
Of his choice to be an actor, he told the Sunday Mail , "Something inside me kept pushing.The couple later had two children, Kyle Allison and Byron.After the demise of Freshman Dorm , Fox acted in several projects.Actor in television, including: Wings , NBC, 1992; Freshman Dorm , CBS, 1992; If I Die Before I Wake (special), 1993; Party of Five , FOX, 1994-2000; Survival of the Yellowstone Wolves (special), TBS, 1996; Behind the Mask (movie), CBS, 1999; Haunted , UPN, 2002; Lost , ABC, 2004—.Film appearances include: My Boyfriend's Back , 1993.He grew up on the family ranch which was run by his father.