The Three Little Pigs: From the Series "Happily Ever After: Fairy Tales For Every Child" 1998 - 1999 (TV Show)
Mount Vernon College for Women
Mountain Brook High School
Produced and directed Lifetime TV movie "Tall Hot Blonde," based on a real-life case of internet stalking
Reprised role of Gale Weathers in Wes Craven's "Scream 4"
Cast as Jules Cobb, a newly single 40-year-old mother, in the ABC comedy, "Cougar Town"
Cast in a three-episode guest spot on the eighth season of "Scrubs" (NBC)
Co-produced husband, David Arquette's directorial debut, "The Tripper"
Starred (also produced with husband) as Lucy Spiller, a tabloid editor, in the FX series "Dirt"
Co-starred with Tim Allen in the superhero comedy "Zoom"
Played Adam Sandler's demanding girlfriend in "The Longest Yard"
Offered a dramatic turn in "November" playing a woman whose boyfriend is shot to death in a robbery
Formed the production company Coquette with husband David Arquette
Produced the decorating cable series, "Mix It Up" (WE)
Featured in "Alien Love Triangle," the Danny Boyle-directed segment of "Light Years"
Had co-starring role in "3000 Miles to Graceland"
Reprised role of Gale Weathers in the sequel "Scream 2"
Returned to features as snotty TV news reporter Gale Weathers in the hit horror film "Scream"
Played the female lead opposite Jim Carrey as "Ace Ventura: Pet Detective"
Co-starred as neurotic chef Monica Geller in the ensemble NBC sitcom "Friends"
Cast in the short-lived CBS sitcom "The Trouble With Larry"
Cast as the hard-as-nails assistant to Jim Belushi's character in the fantasy film "Mr. Destiny"
Had a featured role as a scientist in "Cocoon: The Return"
Made feature acting debut in "Down Twisted"
Made TV-movie debut in travel farce "If It's Tuesday, It Still Must Be Belgium" (NBC)
Joined the cast of NBC's "Family Ties" as the love interest of Alex P. Keaton (Michael J. Fox)
Cast as a regular on the TV series "Misfits of Science" (NBC)
Made TV acting debut, playing a small role on the CBS soap "As the World Turns"
Moved to NYC the summer before her freshman year in college and began working with Ford Modeling Agency
Appeared in commercials for products including Noxzema, Maybelline and Tampax
Cox first gained notice as the girl pulled up from the audience at the end of Bruce Springsteen's hit "Dancing in the Dark" video.
Cox was Martha Stewart and Bob Villa rolled into one, a self-taught handywoman who wrote a household-hints column for Jane magazine. She restored a succession of houses, living in them during the renovation and redecorating, then selling them at a profit.
Cox was an accomplished drummer, showing off her skills in episodes of both "Friends" and "Cougar Town."
Cox, who was notably slender, repeatedly discounted rumors of an eating disorder: "I think I look very healthy. You've already seen what I've eaten, so I couldn't be anorexic, and I wouldn't throw up if you paid me $1000, so I'm not bulimic. Okay, for $1000 I would stick my finger down my throat, but throwing up is the worst thing in the world." - Cox in Details magazine, December 1997