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Through a variety of roles in television, film and on stage, KRISTIN DAVIS (Lucy) has proven herself as a talented and versatile actress. This summer, Davis started filming the sequel to the recent theatrical hit Sex and the City. The next installment is scheduled to be in theaters in May 2010. In the film, Davis portrays the ever-hopeful Charlotte York-Goldenblatt, who has found happiness on the Upper East Side, with Harry, her unlikely prince of a husband, and their beautiful adopted daughter Lily. Davis played Charlotte York for six seasons on HBO's Sex and the City, and earned nominations for an Emmy and a Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series. The show also starred Sarah Jessica Parker, Cynthia Nixon and Kim Cattrall. All four women twice won the Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series. Sex and the City also won an Emmy and numerous Golden Globe Awards throughout its six seasons.

In 2006, Davis starred opposite Matthew Broderick, Danny DeVito and Kristin Chenoweth in 20th Century Fox's holiday comedy Deck the Halls, directed by John Whitesell. She also starred with Tim Allen, Danny Glover and Robert Downey, Jr., in the feature film update of Disney's The Shaggy Dog, directed by Brian Robbins. In 2005, Davis appeared with David Arquette in Robert Rodriguez's children's adventure The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl 3-D.

In addition to film and television, Davis continues to work in the theater. In 2003, Davis joined the rotating cast of actors recounting true stories of wrongly accused and convicted death-row inmates in the critically acclaimed off-Broadway production of The Exonerated. In May 2006, she made her London theater debut, reprising her role as Sunny Jacobs in the play. In 2002, Davis appeared on stage in Brave New World, a collection of poignant original works that commemorated the attacks on September 11. In Land of the Dead, written and directed by Neil LaBute, Davis starred opposite Paul Rudd. She portrays a woman who must deal with losing two loved ones on the tragic day.

Prior to Sex and the City, Davis made an impact on television when she joined the pop-culture phenomenon Melrose Place and brought life to the devious Brooke Armstrong. Her additional television credits include the Turner Network Television (TNT) original film The Winning Season, starring with Matthew Modine. She also had guest-starring roles on Will & Grace, Seinfeld, Friends, ER and The Larry Sanders Show.

Born in Boulder, Colorado, Davis moved to Columbia, South Carolina, when her father, a professor of psychology, transferred to the city's university. She later attended Rutgers University to complete her BFA in its classical theater-training program. She recently gave the commencement address at her alma mater and was honored to be inducted into the Distinguished Alumni Society.

Davis has had many mentors and teachers who have helped her achieve success. William Esper, the late Roy London and Larry Moss have been inspiring acting teachers. Davis also credits her time studying yoga for helping her to stay grounded.

Davis divides her time between New York and Los Angeles.


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