Laverne Cox Laverne Cox (born May 29, 1972) is an American actress and LGBT advocate.
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With various 'firsts' in her already impressive career, Laverne Cox is a three time Emmy-nominated actress, Emmy winning documentary film producer and a prominent equal rights advocate. Laverne's groundbreaking role of Sophia Burset in the critically acclaimed Netflix original series "Orange is The New Black" brought her to the attention of ...
Laverne Cox My life changed when I realized I deserve to be seen, to dream, to be fully included, always striving to bring my full humanity. "If we can move from scarcity to abundance in our rhetoric and the ways we see ourselves and each other in the world, I think that will allow us to begin to believe that there's enough to go around.
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- Laverne Cox as A Child, Twin Brother
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- Trans-Rights Icon & Recent Work
Laverne Cox is a transgender actress who studied dance for years before doing TV work that included Law & Order episodes and the reality show TRANSform Me. She stepped into the limelight in a major way with her role on the Netflix series Orange Is the New Black, eventually becoming the first openly transgender person in history to be nominated for ...
Laverne Cox was born on May 29, 1972, in Mobile, Alabama. She and her twin brother were raised by their mother, Gloria, who was single and worked as a teacher. Though Cox was born biologically male, she had always felt herself to be female, not really seeing a difference between boys and girls. She was often taunted and harassed mercilessly for bei...
In 2008 Cox appeared onLaw & Order: Special Victims Unit before becoming one of the contestants on the reality series I Want to Work for Diddy. Other roles followed in TV and indie films, as well as on another reality program, TRANSform Me (2010), before Cox landed her breakthrough role on Orange Is the New Black.
Cox is a trailblazer, becoming the first openly transgender person to be nominated for an Emmy (doing so in 2014 for the category of Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series) and to appear on the cover of Time magazine. She also works as a trans-rights advocate, hosting her own column on The Huffington Post where, among other write-ups, sh...
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With various ‘firsts’ in her already impressive career, Laverne Cox is a four-time Emmy-nominated actress Emmy-winning producer, and a prominent equal rights advocate and public speaker.