Fox (disambiguation)

Fox (disambiguation)

The fox is a carnivorous animal.

Fox may also refer to:

Animals

* The fox terrier, a dog breed

Sport

* Cruzeiro Esporte Clube, a Brazilian football team who carry the nickname 'The Foxes' (Portuguese: "A Raposa")
* Leicester City FC, an English football team who carry the nickname 'The Foxes'
* Leicestershire CCC, the cricket team from that county, who are also sometimes known by that nickname
* Fox Racing, an apparel maker
* Fox Racing Shox, a vehicle/bicycle/motorcross suspension (fork) company

Computing

* The FOX cipher, now known as IDEA NXT
* Fox Linux, a Linux distribution
* FOX toolkit, a cross-platform GUI toolkit
* Visual FoxPro, a DBMS and development language

Entertainment

* Fox ,Yirmyah (Singer / Songwriter), American Singer Songwritter
* Fox (band), a British rock band of the 1970s
* Fox (magazine) a pornographic magazine
* "Fox" (song), a song by the punk rock band Millencolin
* The Fox (brand), a brand name for several classic rock radio stations in the United States
* "The Fox" (novel), a novel by D. H. Lawrence
* "The Fox" (1921 film), a film starring Harry Carey
* "The Fox" (1967 film), a Mark Rydell movie based on the novel
* "Foxes" (1980 film), a movie starring Jodie Foster and Scott Baio
* Fox (TV series)
* Fox Theatre, any of several movie palaces
* Fox games, a group of board games
* Foxtrot (dance), a dance
* Fox Entertainment Group, a media network owned by News Corporation, and its subsidiaries:
** Fox Broadcasting Company, a broadcast television network
** Fox Film Corporation, a defunct movie studio
** Fox Movie Channel, a cable film network
** Fox News Channel, a cable television network
** Fox Business Network
** Foxtel, a cable and satellite television provider in Australia
** FSN (Fox Sports Net), the name for a group of regional cable sports stations
** FX Networks (short for Fox eXtended), a cable network
** Fox Reality, a cable network for reality programming
*Fox McCloud, a video game character from Star Fox

Companies

* Fox (clothing), an Israeli based clothing company

Military

* Fox (code word), a brevity code for air-to-air munitions release

Places

* Fox, Alaska, a census-designated place in the United States
* Fox, Indiana, an unincorporated place in the United States
* Fox River, various places and rivers

Transportation

* Fox armoured car, a Canadian vehicle of World War II
* Fox Armoured Reconnaissance Vehicle, a British vehicle
* Fox Locomotives, a West Cornwall Railway steam locomotive
* MDM-1 Fox, an aerobatic glider
* Volkswagen Fox, a Brazilian subcompact car
* FOX surf boat built in 1886; rowed across the Atlantic by Frank Samuelsen & George Harbo

Other uses

* Fox (Native American), the Meshkwahkihaki tribe of Native Americans
* FOX proteins, which regulate the expression of genes
* Foxing, the appearance of stains on books, documents, stamps, etc. over time

People

*Aaron Fox (contemporary), American musicologist
*Anna Maria Fox (1816 – 1897), cultural promoter in Falmouth, Cornwall
*Anne-Marie Fox (1962–), American model and actress, Playboy Playmate
*Annie Fox (author) (contemporary), American author
*Barclay Fox (1815–1855), diarist
*Bernard Fox (1927–), Welsh actor
*Bernard Fox (Irish republican), hunger striker
*Billy Fox (boxer), American boxer
*Bill "The Fox" Foster (1932–2000), an American entertainer
*Black Fox (d.1811), Cherokee chief
*Brian Fox (contemporary), software programmer
*Chad Fox (1970–), American baseball player
*Charles James Fox (1749–1806), British politician
*Charles Masson Fox (1866–1935), Cornish businessman and chess-player
*Charles Richard Fox (1796–1873), illegitimate son of Henry Richard Vassall-Fox, 3rd Baron Holland
*Charley Fox (1920–), Canadian Air Force officer in WWII
*Chloe Fox (1971–), Australian politician
*Christopher Fox (1955–), British composer
*Claire Fox, a British political writer
*Colin Fox (1959–), Scottish politician
*Cyril Fred Fox (1882–1967), English archaeologist
*David Fox (contemporary), American multimedia producer
*Deryck Fox, British rugby league footballer and coach
*Dixon Ryan Fox, (1887–1945), American educator and researcher
*"The Desert Fox", Erwin Rommel (1891–1944), German Field Marshal of World War II
*E. Phillips Fox, Australian painter
*Edward Fox (actor) (1937–), English actor
*Edward Fox (author) (1958–), American author
*Edward Fox (bishop) (1496–1538), English churchman, Bishop of Hereford
*Emilia Fox (1974–), English actress
*Emmet Fox (1886–1951), Irish spiritual leader of the early 20th Century
*Everett Fox (contemporary), scholar and translator of the Hebrew Bible
*Fanne Foxe (1936–), Argentinian-born stripper involved in a 1974 sex scandal with Wilbur Mills
*Fiona Fox (UK press officer) (1964–), director of the UK Science Media Centre
*Fox Butterfield (1939-), American journalist
*Fox Conner (1898-1938), American major-general and mentor of Dwight D. Eisenhower
*Fox sisters (19th century), American sisters credited as the creators of Spiritualism
*Fox family of Falmouth (19th century), an influential family in that Cornwall, UK, town
*Francis Fox (1939–), Canadian politician from Quebec
*Galen Fox (1943–), Hawaii politician and convicted sex offender
*Gardner Fox (1911–1986), American writer
*Gary Fox (1943–), Canadian politician from Ontario
*George Fox (1624–1691), English Dissenter and the founder of the Religious Society of Friends
*George Fox (musician), Canadian country music singer
*Gill Fox (1919–2004), American cartoonist, and animator
*Greg Fox (Author) (contemporary), American author and cartoonist
*Gustavus Fox (1821–1883), American naval officer in the Civil War
*Hannah Fox (1969–), American boxer
*Hayden Foxe (1977–), Australian football player
*Henry Fox, 1st Baron Holland (1705–1774), English nobleman and statesman
*Henry Richard Vassall-Fox, 3rd Baron Holland (1773–1840), English nobleman and politician
*Huckleberry Fox (1974–), American actor, appeared in "Terms of Endearment"
*Hugo Fox (1897-1969), American bassoonist
*James Fox (1939–), English actor
*James Fox (engineer) (1780–1830), English machine tool maker
*James Fox (singer) (1976–), Welsh musician and songwriter
*Jim Fox (contemporary), American composer
*John Fox (1946–), British statistician
*John Fox (NFL) (1955–), American football coach
*John Foxe (1516–1587), English author
*Jorja Fox (1968–), American actress
*Joseph John Fox (1855–1915), American Roman Catholic bishop
*Josiah Fox (1763–1847), Cornish-American naval architect
*Judy Fox (born 1957), an American sculptor
*Kerry Fox (1966–), New Zealand actress
*Laurence Fox (1978–), English actor
*Liam Fox (1961–), British politician from Woodspring
*Lindsay Fox (contemporary), Australian businessman
*Lucas Fox (contemporary), British heavy metal musician
*Marcus Fox (1927–2002), British politician from Shipley
*Martha Lane Fox (1973–), British businesswoman
*Marye Anne Fox (1947–), American chemist and university administrator
*Matthew Fox (actor) (1966–), American actor
*Matthew Fox (priest) (contemporary), American priest and theologian
*Megan Fox (1986–), American actress
*Mem Fox (1946–), Australian writer of children's books
*Michael J. Fox (1961–), Canadian actor
*Morgan Fox (1970–), Canadian model and actress, Playboy Playmate
*Neil Fox (disambiguation)
*Nellie Fox (1927–1975), American baseball player
*Oscar Fox (1889–1947), English footballer
*Oz Fox (contemporary), Christian metal musician
*Paul Fox (contemporary), British television executive with BBC
*Peter Fox (disambiguation)
*Philip Fox (actor) (living), English film and television actor
*Ralph Fox (20th century), American mathematician
*"Red Fox", nickname of Michael Sinclair (soldier), a World War II prisoner in Colditz Castle
*Richard Fox (1960–), British kayaking champion
*Richard Foxe (Prince Bishop) (1448–1528), English churchman, founder of Corpus Christi College, Oxford
*Richard Edwin Fox (d.2003), American criminal
*Rick Fox (1969–), Canadian basketball player and actor
*Rik Fox (contemporary), Polish-American musician
*Robert Fox link to Disambiguation page
*Ruel Fox (1968–), English football player
*Samantha Fox (1966–), British glamour model and singer
*Samantha Fox (porn star) (1951–) American adult actress
*Shayna Fox (1984–), American voice actress
*Sidney Fox (1910–1942), American actress
*Sidney W. Fox (1912–1998), American biochemist
*Sir Charles Fox English Civil Engineer
*Sir Charles Douglas Fox English Civil Engineer
*Sir Francis Fox English Civil Engineer
*Spencer Fox (contemporary), voice actor
*Stanley Fox (1906–1984), Canadian politician from Manitoba
*Stanley H. Fox (contemporary), American politician from North Carolina
*Stephen Fox (1627–1716), English politician from Wiltshire
*Stephen Fox (author/educator), US professor emeritus at Humboldt State University
*Steve Fox (musician), Canadian country-music singer/songwriter
*"Swamp Fox", nickname of American Revolutionary War general Francis Marion
*Terry Fox (1958–1981), Canadian athlete and cancer treatment activist
*"The Fox", nickname of British rapist Malcolm Fairley
*"The Fox", pseudonym of James F. Phillips, a 1970s Chicago-area environmental activist
*Tiger Jack Fox (1907–1954), American boxer
*Tim Fox (contemporary), American football player
*Tom Fox (activist) (1951-2006), Quaker peacemaker executed by insurgents in Iraq
*Ty Fox (contemporary), American pornographic actor
*Uffa Fox (1898–1972), English boat designer and sailing enthusiast
*Vicente Fox (1942–), former President of Mexico
*Virgil Fox (1912–1980), American organist
*Vivica A. Fox (1964–), American actress
*Wade Fox (1920–1964), American zoologist and herpetologist
*Wesley L. Fox (1931–), American US Marine, awarded the Medal of Honor
*Wilfrid Fox (1875–1962), British dermatologist and horticulturist
*William J. Fallon (1944-), nicknamed 'Fox', American admiral, former Commander of the U.S. Central Command
*William Fox (New Zealand) (1812–1893), New Zealand politician, Premier of New Zealand
*William Fox (producer) (1879–1952), founder of Fox Film Corporation
*William Darwin Fox (1805–1880), English clergyman, naturalist, and cousin of Charles Darwin
*William Johnson Fox (1786–1864), English religious and political orator

Fictional characters

* Fox (Neighbours), character in the Australian soap opera "Neighbours"
* Chelsea Fox, Denise Fox and Libby Fox, characters in the UK soap opera "EastEnders".
* Carmelita Fox, inspector from Interpol in several Playstation2 games
* Crimson Fox, French superhero in the DC Comics Universe
* Fiona Fox, character in the Sonic the Hedgehog series of comics
* Fox (Farthing Wood), character from the animated children's television series "The Animals of Farthing Wood"
* Fox (Gargoyles), character from the animated television series Gargoyles and comics
* Fox McCloud, character from the "Star Fox" series
* Fox Mulder, character in the TV show The X-Files
* "Fox", a member of the title gang in the 1979 film "The Warriors"
* The Fox family of the comic strip FoxTrot
* Gray Fox (Metal Gear), character in the game series "Metal Gear"
* Lucius Fox, character in the "Batman" comic books
* Mrs Fox, character in the UK TV series Dad's Army
* Pablo the Little Red Fox, character in a UK TV cartoon show for preschool children
* Sergeant Fox, a 501st Legion Clone Trooper from Star Wars
* Commander Fox, a Shock Clone Trooper from .
* Silver Fox, character in the Marvel Comics universe
* Steve Fox (Tekken), character in the fighting game series "Tekken"
* Sydney Fox, character in the TV show Relic Hunter
* Dr. Myron L. Fox, pseudonym of the actor used in the psychological study of the Dr. Fox Effect.

Foxes can refer to:

* Leicester City Football Club
* Leicestershire County Cricket Club

See also

* Foxx
* The Fox
* Flying fox


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