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Bold, beautiful, brilliant and physically charming Vivica Fox says she will do everything at her reach to team up with Nigerian movie stars. Fox who disclosed this in Abuja at a recent visit to Nigeria said she was elated to join her kits and kin and to once more feel like an African. Fox who was dressed in a floral fitting gown said “I can see all of my people here. I admire PEACE (Anyiam-Fiberesima) she has won my heart. I started out and ensured nobody stopped my ambition. I have been acting now for close to 20 years. I am here to let you know that dreams do come through sometimes. The way God heals and protects my life. How blessed I have been with my career, without him I won't be what I am, praise God.”

She draws her inspiration from the essence of African American woman and cherished her love on anyone she sees.

Vivica Fox who was in the country to sign production jobs with Nollywood and to assess the industry in the country was born July 31, 1964, in South Bend, Indiana. Vivica Angejanetta Fox is the youngest child of William and Everlyena Fox. She attended Arlington High School in Indianapolis, Indiana and graduated in 1982.

She has co-starred in many big Hollywood movies, such as Quentin Tarantino's hit movie, “Kill Bill Vol. I and II along with Uma Thurman, Parry Hannah, Luci Lui and David Carradine.

Fox other features are independence days, set it off, Batman and Robin, Kingdom come and several others. Her Television film includes henderix, about the acclaimed musician Jimi Henderix and a Saintly Switch, a Disney/ABC movie of the week.

Her achievements as an actress and producer include an NAACP Image Award nomination for best performance, Lady of Soul 2003 Lena Home Career Achievement Award ad also doted one of “peoples magazines so most beautiful people.”