JOURNEY 2: THE MYSTERIOUS ISLAND
KRISTIN DAVIS (Liz) most recently reprised her role as the ever-hopeful
in "Sex and the City 2," the sequel to the 2008 big-screen hit "Sex and the
City," which was
number one at the box office on its opening weekend and grossed over $415
worldwide. Both films were based on the successful HBO series, in which she also
Davis' role as Charlotte for six seasons on the Emmy- and Golden Globe-winning
series "Sex and the City" earned her individual Best Supporting Actress
nominations for both
an Emmy and a Golden Globe Award. Davis and her co-stars also won two Screen
Guild Awards for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series.
Prior to "Sex and the City," Davis starred as the devious Brooke Armstrong in
culture phenomenon, "Melrose Place." Her additional television credits include
Original Movie "The Winning Season," also starring Matthew Modine, as well as
roles on other iconic shows such as "Will & Grace," "Seinfeld," "Friends," "ER"
and "The Larry Sanders Show."
Up next, Davis will star in and executive produce "Of Two Minds," a Lifetime
original movie that deals with mental illness. The film chronicles the
relationship between a
woman (Davis) and her younger sister (Tammy Glanchard), who has schizophrenia.
Additional feature film credits for Davis include the holiday comedy "Deck the
Halls," "The Shaggy Dog" and Robert Rodriguez's children's adventure "The
Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl 3-D."
Davis has also worked successfully in the theater. In May 2006, she made her
stage debut as Sunny Jacobs in "The Exonerated." Prior to that, Davis appeared
New World" and "Land of the Dead," opposite Paul Rudd.
An active philanthropist, Davis serves as an Oxfam Global Ambassador and
participated in the Montreal Millennium Summit as a speaker on their behalf. She
spoken outside the United Nations in an effort to eradicate poverty and fight
for social justice.
Davis makes frequent trips to Africa, visiting local communities to gain a
understanding of gender, poverty and environmental issues. She also contributes
conservation through her work with The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust, an
Kenya created to raise orphaned elephants and re-introduce them into the wild.
In 2011, she
was honored with The Wyler Award, one of the Humane Society of the United
prestigious honors, at the 25th Annual Genesis Awards. Bestowed on a celebrity
figure who has made news on behalf of animals, the award was given to Davis in
of the attention she has brought to the plight of orphaned African elephants
impacted by the
increase in elephant poaching for their ivory tusks.
Davis recently gave the commencement address at her alma mater, Rutgers
and was inducted into their Distinguished Alumni Society
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