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Mac Davis

Mac Davis has starred in several feature films: North Dallas Forty, Cheaper to Keep Her, The Sting II, Angel's Dance, and Possums which debuted at the 1999 Sundance Film Festival. He starred in his own television series, entitled The Mac Davis Show, and appeared in several television series and movies, including: Brothers-In-Law, What Price Victory, Indecent Seduction, The Dukes of Hazzard: Hazzard in Hollywood, Lois and Clark, The Client, That 70's Show and Murder She Wrote. On stage, Davis appeared in the Will Rogers Follies" on Broadway and in the national touring company.

Davis also has an active career in the music industry, writing hit songs for many country-western recording artists. He wrote In the Ghetto, Memories and Don't Cry Daddy for Elvis Presley, Slow Dancing with the Moon, Full Circle, Wait 'Til I Get You Home, White Limozeen and Wildest Dreams for Dolly Parton, and other songs for Kenny Rogers, Bobby Goldsboro and O.C. Smith. He has also written and recorded some of his own songs, including: I Believe in Music, Baby Don't Get Hooked on Me, Stop and Smell the Roses and One Hell of a Woman. He also scored five hit singles, with: Hooked on Music, Hard to Be Humble, Whoever Finds This I Love You, Texas in my Rearview Mirror and My Bestest Friend. Davis was selected as the Country Music Academy's Entertainer of the Year, Favorite Male Entertainer and was honored with the People's Choice Award.

Note: This profile was written in or before 2003.

Mac Davis Facts

BirthdayJanuary 21, 1942 (80)

Selected Filmography

Not available.