James Fox is a British filmmaker, writer, and television presenter who is best known for his work in the field of UFO research and investigations. Born on May 28, 1973, in South East London, Fox grew up with a keen interest in science fiction and space exploration. He began his career in the film industry working on various projects as a production assistant, assistant director, and producer.
In 2004, Fox wrote and directed a documentary called “Out of the Blue,” which explored the UFO phenomenon and included interviews with pilots, astronauts, and government officials. The film was widely acclaimed and helped to bring the topic of UFOs into the mainstream. He followed up with another documentary in 2013 called “I Know What I Saw,” which further investigated the phenomenon and included interviews with eyewitnesses and experts.
Aside from his work in the UFO field, Fox has also worked on various other film and television projects, including the TV series “The Real Roswell,” which examined the famous Roswell UFO incident, and the documentary “Meet the Izzards,” which followed comedian Eddie Izzard on a tour of the United States.
In addition to his work as a filmmaker, Fox is also an author and has written several books on the topic of UFOs and the paranormal. He is considered to be one of the leading experts in the field of UFO research and continues to investigate and document sightings and encounters around the world.