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LOLITA DAVIDOVICH (Grace) rose to acclaim with her portrayal of stripper Blaze Starr in the film "Blaze" opposite Paul Newman, and directed by Ron Shelton. She also appeared in Shelton's "Cobb."

Born and raised in London, Ontario, the actress was featured in the award winning production of "Gods and Monsters," portraying the girlfriend of Brendan Fraser. Davidovich also starred with Tim Allen in "Jungle 2 Jungle" as well as Paul Schrader's "Touch," Brian DePalma's "Raising Cain," Andre Konchalovsky's "The Inner Circle," Percy Adlon's "Young and Younger" and Oliver Stone's "JFK." She also appeared in "Leap of Faith" opposite Steve Martin, and "Intersection" opposite Richard Gere and Sharon Stone.

For television, she has been nominated for two CabIeACE Awards, including HBO's "Prison Stories: Women On the Inside," and for her work in Abby Mann's "Indictment: The McMartin Trial" opposite James Woods.

Prior to her work in "Play It To The Bone," Davidovich appeared with Russell Crowe, Burt Reynolds and Hank Azaria in "Mystery, Alaska."


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