Born and raised in Toronto, Davidovich gained critical attention with her portrayal of stripper Blaze Starr in the film Blaze opposite Paul Newman. Later she appeared in Cobb with Tommy Lee Jones and Robert Wuhl. Ron Shelton directed both Blaze and Cobb. Davidovich also appeared in the Academy Award-winning production of Gods and Monsters opposite Brendan Fraser.
Davidovich's additional film credits include Jungle 2 Jungle, Touch, Raising Cain, The Inner Circle, Oliver Stone's JFK, Boiling Point, Leap of Faith, Intersection, Now and Then and Young and Younger. She received the Best Actress Award at the Tokyo International Film Festival for Young and Younger.
Davidovich's television credits include HBO's Prison Stories: Women on the Inside, for which she was nominated for a Cable ACE Award, and the Hallmark Hall of Fame Harvest of Fire. She received a second Cable ACE nomination for her work in Abby Mann's Indictment: The McMartin Trial.
Lolita Davidovich Facts
|July 15, 1961 (62)
|London, Ontario, Canada
|Jungle 2 Jungle
|Now and Then
|Leap of Faith
|Indictment: The McMartin Trial