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Bryan Fox is an actor and director, known for Bones (2005), Mom's Call (2012) and JAG (1995). See full bio »
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Bones Guard
Mom's Call
Mom's Call Director
JAG Petty Officer Botts / Radar Officer
The Unit
The Unit Senator's Staffer


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 2009 N.A.P.
Marc Henz
 2008 Ghost Whisperer (TV Series)
Uniformed Cop
- Slam (2008) ... Uniformed Cop
 2006 The Unit (TV Series)
Senator's Staffer
- 200th Hour (2006) ... Senator's Staffer
 2005 Bones (TV Series)
- A Boy in a Tree (2005) ... Guard
 2004 Medical Investigation (TV Series)
E.M.T. #1
- In Bloom (2004) ... E.M.T. #1
 2004 Witness 2 Murder
Jonathan Styles
 2003 Skin (TV Series)
Mark Resner
- Endorsement (2003) ... Mark Resner
 2002 For the People (TV Series)
Carl Malin
- Crossroads (2002) ... Carl Malin
 1997-1999 JAG (TV Series)
Petty Officer Botts / Radar Officer
- The Return (1999) ... Petty Officer Botts
- The Court-Martial of Sandra Gilbert (1997) ... Radar Officer
 1999 Martial Law (TV Series)
- Sammo Blammo (1999) ... Stokes (as Andy Fox)
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 2012 Mom's Call (Short) (collaborating director)
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 2013 Skinny with Extra Foam (Short)
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 2012 Mom's Call (Short) (executive producer)

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Andy Fox

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