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Countries: United States (93%), (7%)

Main connections: John Fox (American football), Matt Czuchry, Angelica Bridges

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Timeline


 

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1955

John Fox (American football) - John $Fox was born in 1955


1974

John Fox (American football) - John Fox played football at Castle Park High School under local celebrated coaches Gil Warren and Reldon "Bing" Dawson and Southwestern College in Chula Vista, California from 1974-1975 before going to San Diego State, where he played defensive back with NFL player & head coach Herman Edwards


1983

John Fox (American football) - In 1983, John Fox was a member of Mike Gottfried's University of Kansas staff, as the secondary coach


1986

John Fox (American football) - Fox followed Mike Gottfried to the University of Pittsburgh when Gottfried became Head Coach at Pitt in 1986


2002

John Fox (American football) - Fox and the Panthers posted a 7-9 record for the 2002 season , demonstrating a drastic improvement over the previous season

 

John Fox (American football) - In 2002 Fox was signed as the third head coach of the Carolina Panthers, whose previous coach George Seifert had led the team to a disastrous 1-15 record in 2001


2003

John Fox (American football) - In the 2003 season Fox led the Panthers to Super Bowl XXXVIII, losing 32-29 to the New England Patriots on a last-second field goal by Adam Vinatieri


2005

John Fox (American football) - Fox took the Carolina Panthers to the NFC Championship game in the 2005 season, but they were defeated by the Seattle Seahawks


2006

John Fox (American football) - The 2006 season was disappointing for Fox and the Panthers, as a team that had Super Bowl aspirations finished 8-8 and out of the playoffs


2008

Anna Easteden - Easteden is the host of Wipeout in Finland, that started airing in Finland on FOX in March 2013

 

Anthony Crivello - In 2008, Mr. Crivello was the host of his own radio show on FOX SPORTS/ 920 AM Las Vegas called "Tony Crivello and The Sicilians"


2009

John Fox (American football) - The 2009 season was disappointing to Fox and the Panthers much like 2006


2010

The A-Team - A feature film based on the series was released by 20th Century Fox in June 2010

 

The A-Team - A feature film based on "The A-Team" was released on June 11, 2010, and was produced by 20th Century Fox

 

John Fox (American football) - On December 31, 2010 Carolina Panthers owner Jerry Richardson announced that he would not be renewing Fox's contract at the conclusion of the 2010 season


2011

John Fox (American football) - On January 13, 2011, Fox was selected to be the 14th head coach of the Denver Broncos


2012

John Fox (American football) - In week 17 of the 2012 season, Fox won his 100th career game as an NFL head coach, including the playoffs, beating the Kansas City Chiefs 38-3


2013

John Fox (American football) - Starting with week 10 of 2013, Fox will be replaced by an interim coach, as he will be undergoing an aortic valve replacement


2015

John Fox (American football) - On January 12, 2015, the day after Denver lost in the Divisional Round of the playoffs, Fox and the Broncos mutually agreed to part ways

 

John Fox (American football) - On January 16, 2015, Fox accepted a four-year deal to become head coach of the Chicago Bears


2016

Tim Meadows - In 2016, he began starring in the FOX live-action/animation hybrid "Son of Zorn" opposite Cheryl Hines and Jason Sudeikis

 

Angelica Bridges - In 2016, she competed on the first season of FOX's reality game show "Kicking & Screaming" with her survivalist partner Hakim Isler

 

Matt Kunitz - On January 19, 2016, FOX announced the pick up of Kicking & Screaming created and executive produced by Kunitz

 

John Cena - "American Grit" premiered on FOX on April 14, 2016

 

Teen Choice Awards - On July 8, 2016 Youtube star and Muslim Adam Saleh made a video vlog, in which he describes a Religion-based Discrimination from Teen Choice Award network FOX well known for it's anti Muslim activities and other Race and Religion based Discrimination's in the past

 

Mark-Paul Gosselaar - The FOX series "Pitch" cast Gosselaar in the main role of Mike Lawson, star catcher and team captain, in February 2016, and premiered on September 22, 2016


2017

John Fox (American football) - After a 1-3 start in 2017, Fox benched quarterback Mike Glennon in favor of rookie Mitchell Trubisky in Week 5

 

Brandi Glanville - In 2017, Glanville competed with friend, and the ex-husband of Leann Rimes, Dean Sheremet in the FOX reality cooking series "My Kitchen Rules", where they came in third place

 

Angelica Bridges - In 2017, she competed on the first season of FOX's reality game show "Kicking & Screaming" with her survivalist partner Hakim Isler

 

Jason Starr - Starr's novel "Gotham: Dawn of Darkness", a prequel to the hit FOX TV show "Gotham" will be published in January, 2017

 

Brandy Norwood - Norwood is competing with her brother Ray J on the FOX reality cooking series "My Kitchen Rules", which premiered in January 2017

 

Star Trek - "The Orville" is an upcoming comedy-drama science fiction television series, with the same look and feel as the Star Trek universe, created by noted Trekkie Seth MacFarlane that is set to premiere September 10, 2017 on Fox


2018

Tony Meola - In 2018, he was a featured commentator on FOX and FS1 for their United States broadcasts of the FIFA World Cup

 

Matt Czuchry - Czuchry currently stars in Fox's medical drama series "The Resident", which began in January 2018

 

Matt Czuchry - Czuchry currently stars in Fox's medical drama series "The Resident", which premiered on January 21, 2018

 

John Fox (American football) - On March 20, 2018, ESPN announced that Fox would be hired to work as a studio analyst for Monday Night Football

 

Matt Czuchry - The series was renewed for a second season on May 7, 2018, with the spring 2017 midseason replacement now promoted to Fox's autumn 2018-19 schedule, paired with its other successful spring replacement, 9-1-1


2019

Rob Lowe - FOX - On March 19, 2019, Lowe began hosting the Fox competition series "Mental Samurai" where he serves as a producer