Born in Los Angeles on June 2, 1978, Cox expressed an interest in
show business at age four. She was discovered by a prominent dance
agent while taking dance classes, which led to her professional
debut on the comedy film "Mac and Me."Dancing temporarily held
center stage with appearances in Michael Jackson's "Moonwalker;" a
Los Angeles Music Center Ballet Tour; The Joffrey Ballet; Paula
Abdul's video "Forever Your Girl;" "The MTV Awards" and "The
Arsenio Hall Show."At age 10, Cox won her first speaking part in a
guest starring role in "Mama's Family." Her other television
credits include "Star Trek: The Next Generation, " "Night Court, "
"Murphy Brown, " "Eerie, Indiana, " "Webster, " "Baywatch, " "The
Second Half, " "The Nanny" and "Boy Meets World." Cox also had
starring roles in "The Ryan White Story" and the sci-fi thriller
"The Island, " both television movies. She was also a series
regular on NBC's "Someone Like Me." On the big screen, Cox was
featured in the box-office hit "Terminator 2" and played Gina
Cates, Jagger Cates' long- lost sister on ABC's "General Hospital."
Biography courtesy of the Internet Movie Database (www.imdb.com).