APA has signed screenwriter-playwright-author Amy Fox for representation, Variety has learned exclusively.
Fox wrote the screenplay for “Equity,” which starred Anna Gunn as a senior investment banker who finds her career undermined by scandal and corruption. “Equity” premiered in January at Sundance and was sold to Sony Classics.
Fox also wrote “Heights,” starring Glenn Close and Elizabeth Banks, for Merchant Ivory based on her one-act play.
As a playwright, Fox has been produced by theaters in New York, London, Tehran, San Francisco, Austin and St. Paul. Her plays include “Summer Cyclone,” “Farm Boys” and “Nothing Revolutionary.”
She has also received writing commissions from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, and has been nominated for the Susan Smith Blackburn Prize. Fox is a member of NYU’s Graduate Film Program screenwriting faculty and will workshop her new play, “The Club,” at New York’s Ensemble Studio Theater.
Fox is managed by Circle of Confusion.