"Don Fox" was an English people/English rugby league footballer of the 1950s and '60s for Featherstone Rovers and Wakefield Trinity Wildcats/Wakefield Trinity.

He was born in Sharlston, near Wakefield, West Riding of Yorkshire. He was the brother of Peter Fox (rugby league, born 1933)/Peter and Neil Fox (rugby league)/Neil Fox, and together they formed one of the legendary rugby league families. Don holds the Featherstone Rovers record for tries scored (162) and is third on their all-time goal-kicking charts with 503 in 369 appearances, itself the 7th most in Featherstone history, having enjoyed 13 years at the club before joining Wakefield Trinity (List of Wakefield Trinity Wildcats players/Heritage #710) in 1965 for £3,000 (based on increases in average earnings, this would be approximately £90,100 in 2009).

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The city is still not what it was. I'm a big booster, I didn't leave, I'm back in the same location, ready to do entertainment. But there's a lot of people that still aren't back yet.

I'm a block from the 17th Street Canal, which flooded the city, and I got pounded. I decided in December that I was going to build my office back, because it was completely destroyed, and put myself back in the city and prepare myself to do shows as soon as the facilities are open.