portrays a blind woman, Marissa Clark on the drama series, Early Edition
. She is not only a close confidante of star Kyle Chandler
on the show, but she's also his voice of reason.
Davis was born in Detroit and moved to Chicago, where she received a bachelor's degree in acting from the Goodman School of Drama from DePaul University. She went on to complete a role in the feature film Hell Cab, starring John Cusack, Penelope Ann Miller and Gillian Anderson. Her additional motion picture credits include With Honors, starring Joe Pesci and Brendan Fraser, Backdraft, with Kurt Russell and William Baldwin, Uncle Nino with Joe Mantegna and Anne Archer, The Croquet Game and Life Sentence.
In addition to starring in Early Edition, she has made guest appearances on several television shows including the ABC series Gabriel's Fire with James Earl Jones and ABC's Missing Persons. She also appeared in the telefilm Making a Case for Murder: The Howard Beach Story.
Note: This profile was written in or before 2005.
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