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Mickey Fox (1915–1988)

Mickey Fox was born on August 8, 1915 in New York City, New York, USA as Helen Fox. She was an actress, known for Metalstorm: The Destruction of Jared-Syn (1983), Big Bad Mama (1974) and Caged Heat (1974). She died on March 9, 1988 in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, USA. See full bio »

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Big Bad Mama
Big Bad Mama Hattie
Caged Heat
Caged Heat Bernice
Blood Beach
Blood Beach Moose


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 1983 The Horse Dealer's Daughter (Short)
Sick Woman
 1982 Human Highway
Mrs. Robinson
 1981 Smokey Bites the Dust
Ms. 1940
 1981 Nice Dreams
Nut #18
 1980 Dr. Heckyl and Mr. Hype
Mrs. Fritz L. Pitzle
 1980 Blood Beach
 1978 Laverne & Shirley (TV Series)
Fat Lady
- O Come All Ye Bums (1978) ... Fat Lady
 1976 Sirota's Court (TV Series)
- The Reporter (1976) ... Margie
 1976 The Big Bus
Bus Passenger
 1976 Eat My Dust
Chloe Smith
 1975 Crazy Mama
Mrs. Morgan
 1975 Kojak (TV Series)
- Queen of the Gypsies (1975) ... Katrina
 1972-1975 The Odd Couple (TV Series)
Opera Club Member / Hannah / Passenger / ...
- Your Mother Wears Army Boots (1975) ... Opera Club Member
- The Hollywood Story (1974) ... Hannah
- The Flying Felix (1974) ... Passenger
- Oscar's Birthday (1972) ... Judy Skelton
 1974 Big Bad Mama
 1974 California Split
California Club Poker Player
 1974 Caged Heat
 1973 Love, American Style (TV Series)
Bertha (segment "Love and the Family Hour")
 1972 Pete 'n' Tillie
Madame Lee (uncredited)
 1971 Trastevere
Sora Regina (as Mikey Fox)

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