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KRISTIN DAVIS (Rebecca Douglas), best known for her work on the award-winning HBO series "Sex and the City,” has proven herself as a talented and versatile actress through a variety of roles in television and film. Her role as Charlotte York for six seasons on "Sex and the City” earned her nominations for an Emmy® and a Golden Globe® award for Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series. The show, created and executive produced by Darren Star, also starred Sarah Jessica Parker, Cynthia Nixon and Kim Cattrall.

Davis was last seen on screen in the children's adventure feature "The Adventures of Shark Boy and Lava Girl in 3-D” from director Robert Rodriguez. Since 2004, she has recorded the voice of Miss Spider in Nickelodeon's animated series "Miss Spider's Sunny Patch Friends,” airing on Nick Jr., the preschool division of Nickelodeon.

Davis appeared on stage in 2002 in "Brave New World,” a collection of poignant original works that commemorated the September 11th attacks. In "Land of the Dead,” written and directed by Neil LaBute, Davis starred opposite Paul Rudd as a woman who must deal with losing two loved ones on the tragic day. Davis also joined the rotating cast of "The Exonerated,” alongside Joe Morton, Chad Lowe and Tim Daly.

Prior to "Sex and the City,” Davis made a huge splash on the television scene in the popculture phenomenon "Melrose Place,” playing the devious Brooke Armstrong. Davis co-starred in the original film "The Winning Season” for Turner Network Television (TNT), starring as the fiancée of real-life baseball legend Honus Wagner. Her other television credits include guest-starring roles on "Will & Grace,” "Seinfeld,” "Friends,” "ER,” "The Larry Sanders Show” and "The Heidi Chronicles.”

Born in Boulder, Colorado, Davis moved to Columbia, South Carolina, when her father, a professor of psychology, transferred to the university there. She later attended Rutgers University and, upon graduation, moved to New York where she began working in classical and contemporary theater, as well as commercials.

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