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With dress sense louder than a speed garage night at R&R, and a mouth to match, you know when Kim Fox has entered the building...
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|First appearance:||24th November 2009|
|Address:||18-20 Albert Square (Kim's Palace)|
|Occupation:||B&B co-owner/manager; Minute Mart co-owner/manager|
Appearance is important, but Kim's not concerned about labels - it's 'upkeep on the cheap' for her. This is a woman who is FEARLESS when it comes to fashion. She can rock a lizard skin leatherette suit on a Monday morning in Bridge Street Market, like no other woman in Walford.
I got something in the back. It's imported!Kim Fox
- Likes: Making Caribbean food, especially chicken, Montserrat-style
- Usual drinks: Rum with cola... and anything else really!
- Personal traits: Calls people wrong names
- Criminal record: Caution in 2010 for being involved in a fight at R&R
- Prior residence: Used to live in Leytonstone and owned a towing caravan for holidays
No party is complete without K-Fox. But though she might look like a long in the tooth ghetto princess, scratch beneath the surface and you will find that she's smarter than she seems, with a big heart too.
When it comes to love, Kim talks the talk, but it hasn't exactly rained men in spite of her tireless efforts. In fact, Kim seemed more comfortable frightening men away with her over-the-top chat-up technique, than actually accepting that someone could be serious about her... until Ray came along. But, after a cheeky snog with Kim's sister Denise, Ray decided to call time on ther relationship, leaving Kim broken hearted. Now the only man in her life is Patrick, who she agreed to take care of with sister Denise after he had a fall... although in typical Kim style, it's Denise footing the majority of the responsibility!
- Tameka is best known for her role in the comedy sketch show 3 Non Blondes.
- Tameka played the role of Billie in West End musical Our House: The Madness Musical.
- In 1996, she appeared in the film Beautiful Thing as Leah Russell and in 1998 she featured in Babymother.
- She has also appeared in the BBC sitcom Beautiful People.