Hot Girls With Club Thumbs: The Megan Fox Biography

Let’s face it, if you live anywhere in the Western civilized world, and you haven’t heard of Megan Fox, you need more social contact. This stunner has captivated the hearts of many-a-men. In this biography of Megan Fox, you’ll discover how she became the iconic model for beauty that she is today.

Born Megan Denise Fox in Oak Ridge, Tennessee, Fox was raised Roman catholic for most of her childhood. She started modeling at the age of 13 after winning a few awards at the American Modeling and Talent convention of 1999.

Fox’s acting career began when she was 16 and played the role of Brianna Wallace in “Holiday in The Sun” in 2001. She has also made several guest appearances in shows such as “What I Like About You” and “Two and A Half Men”. She was also a regular in the ABC show “Hope and Faith” as Sydney Shanowski.

Fox’s big career break came in 2007, when she was chosen to play the role of Mikaela Banes in “Transformers”, the love interest of Shia LaBeouf. For her performance in the role, Fox was nominated for an MTV award, and three Teen Choice Awards.

Since then, Fox has made it into mainstream Hollywood films, such as “How to Lose Friends and Alienate People”, as well as the star role of Jennifer in “Jennifer’s Body”. And in 2009, She reprised her role as Banes in the sequel: “Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen”. Not long after the release of the second Transformers movie, Fox also played a role in the comic book movie “Jonah Hex”, as Hex’s love interest.

Since 2004, Fox has been involved with fellow after of “Hope and Faith” Brian Austin Green. And they’ve been dating officially since 2010.  Tags

Megan Fox Biography

Megan Fox Biography

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