Huckleberry Fox (born October 6, 1974) is an American former child actor known for his roles in Terms of Endearment (1983,) Misunderstood (1984,) and Konrad (1985).
Early life and education
Huckleberry Fox was born George Miller Fox on October 6, 1974, in Connecticut. He attended The Foote School in New Haven, Connecticut. Later, he attended Northfield Mount Hermon School in Northfield, Massachusetts, as a boarding student and graduated in 1993.
Fox then studied molecular biology at New York University, New York and then worked with the New York City government. Later, he earned a master's degree in animal science from Cornell University, New York.
Fox got his start in films in 1983, at the age of 9, playing one of the key characters in Shirley MacLaine, Jack Nicholson, and Debra Winger starrer comedy film Terms of Endearment. He portrayed "Teddy Horton," one of the sons of "Emma Horton" (played by Debra Winger.) Fox's brother, "Tommy Horton," was played by Troy Bishop. The following year, he was seen as "Miles" in Jerry Schatzberg-directed drama Misunderstood, and as "Karl Palmer" in director Rick Rosenthal's American Dreamer.
Over the following years, he appeared in a variety of TV films, including The Blue Yonder (1985,) A Winner Never Quits (1986,) and The Incredible Ida Early (1987.) In 1988, he appeared in the role of "Jamie" in "The Cutty Black Sow" episode of TV series Tales from the Darkside.
After finishing his higher education, Fox worked as a Science Teacher at Northfield Mount Hermon School in Northfield, Massachusetts, in the years 2001-2005. Since 2015, he has been serving as a diplomat with the USDA Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service in South Africa.
Fox has been married to his wife Leah, since October 2000. The couple has a son, Antonio, born November 6, 2001.
|Article Title:||Huckleberry Fox: American teacher and former child actor - Biography and Life|
|Author(s):||PeoplePill.com Editorial Staff|
|Publish Date:||26 Nov 2016|
|Last Update Date:||22 Feb 2020|
|Date Accessed:||22 Oct 2020|