Is Megan Fox Native American

Megan Fox is not native American. There is no record of her having any native American ancestry. Her paternal grandfather was of Irish and German descent while her maternal grandparents were English.

Megan Fox is not native American. There is no record of her having any native American ancestry. Her paternal grandfather was of Irish and German descent while her maternal grandparents were English.

Is Megan Fox Native American?

No Megan Fox is not Native American.

What is Megan Fox’s ethnicity?

Megan Fox is of Irish French and Native American descent.

Where was Megan Fox born?

Megan Fox was born in Oak Ridge Tennessee.

What is Megan Fox’s birth name?

Megan Fox’s birth name is Megan Denise Fox.

When is Megan Fox’s birthday?

Megan Fox was born on May 16 1986.

Who are Megan Fox’s parents?

Megan Fox’s parents are Darlene Tonachio and Franklin Fox.

How many siblings does Megan Fox have?

Megan Fox has two older sisters.

What is Megan Fox’s highest level of education?

Megan Fox dropped out of high school when she was 17 years old.

What was Megan Fox’s first acting role?

Megan Fox’s first acting role was on the television show Hope & Faith.

What was Megan Fox’s breakout movie role?

Megan Fox’s breakout movie role was in the movie Transformers.

What other movies has Megan Fox starred in?

In addition to Transformers Megan Fox has also starred in movies such as Jennifer’s Body Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and Jonah Hex.

What television shows has Megan Fox appeared on?

In addition to Hope & Faith Megan Fox has also appeared on Two and a Half Men and New Girl.

What is Megan Fox’s net worth?

Megan Fox’s net worth is estimated to be $8 million.

What are some of Megan Fox’s hobbies?

Megan Fox enjoys reading writing and playing the violin.

Is Megan Fox married?

Yes Megan Fox is married to Brian Austin Green.

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John.E Nelson

J.E Nelson has written about foxes on occassions more than one, and the works are being enjoyed by many readers over the world. He was formerly of the Zoology Department, University of Queensland Australia, and now at the Department of Zoology and Comparative Physiology, Monach University, Victoria.

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