HAHN's Crystal Fox (Hannah Young) celebrates a birthday milestone. See her amazing photos here--->>>
It's New Year's Day but it's also a very special day for Crystal Fox. Fox who plays the role of Hannah Young on The Haves and the Have Nots is celebrating her birthday today. She was born on January 1, 1964, in Tyron, North Carolina according to records.
She made her big-screen debut playing Katie Bell in the Academy Award-winning comedy-drama film Driving Miss Daisy (1989) starring Morgan Freeman and Jessica Tandy. She later joined the cast of NBC police drama series In the Heat of the Night as of third season, playing Luann Corbin. She was a regular cast member through the series finale in 1995, appearing in more that 100 episodes. In 1990s, Fox also had supporting roles in films Drop Squad (1994) and Once Upon a Time...When We Were Colored (1995) opposite Phylicia Rashad and Al Freeman, Jr.. On television, she later guest-starred on Law & Order, The Sopranos, and Third Watch. Fox also co-starred opposite Phylicia Rashad and Debbie Allen in the 2001 PBS production of The Old Settler.
Today she turns 57, check out her amazing photos below and be sure to send her birthday greetings on social media.
Sharing a laugh with some of my HAHN family & my friend & one I call a mentor: The AMAZING MS. PHYLICIA RASHAD!!!! Who most certainly DID deliver a 'TOUR DE FORCE' performance tonight in Head of Passes!!! I love this woman deeply & respect her, her craft, her artistry & her being!!! SHE WORE THAT STAGE OUTTTTT!! And what a wonderful ensemble production!!! Y'all rocked that! Thank you!!!❤️🙏🏾🤗