July 23, 1996
Lawrenceville, Georgia, United States
In 2006, not long after kicking off her television career, Rachel G. Fox guest-starred in episodes of the popular shows "Alias" and "Buffy the Vampire Slayer," and also landed a co-starring role on the much-watched "Desperate Housewives." She played the devious and emotionally-damaged Kayla Huntington Scavo, who appeared on the show for two seasons. Following her stint on "Desperate Housewives," Fox alternated between guest-starring on television programs and appearing in such films as "Spork," in which she played the primary nemesis of an intersexual outcast. During the early 2010s, the troubled roles continued with the manipulative Holly Rebeck, a recurring character on the series "Melissa & Joey."