Last Updated: April 26, 2024
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Net Worth:
$1 Million
Jan 16, 1973 (51 years old)
Los Angeles
5 ft 6 in (1.69 m)
Actor, Screenwriter
United States of America
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Josie Davis is an actress, screenwriter, and producer who has a net worth of $1 million. Josie Davis is best known for playing Sarah Powell on the television sitcom "Charles in Charge" from 1987 to 1990. She has had other notable roles on such shows as "Beverly Hills, 90210," "Titans," and "Hollywood Heights." Davis has also appeared in several Lifetime television movies over the years, including "Carolina Moon," "The Perfect Assistant," "Dirty Teacher," "Backstabbed," and "Locked In."

Early Life and Education

Josie Davis was born on January 16, 1973 in Los Angeles, California. When she was only three years old, she began appearing in commercials on television. She went on to study acting with renowned acting teacher Paul E. Richards, who had served as Lee Strasberg's right-hand man at the Actors Studio in the 1950s.

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Television Career

Davis had her career breakthrough with her very first television role, as the bookish Sarah Powell on the sitcom "Charles in Charge." She first appeared on the show in its second season in 1987, joining main cast members Scott Baio and Willie Aames. Also joining in the second season were Sandra Kerns, Nicole Eggert, Alexander Polinsky, and James T. Callahan, who played the family members of Davis's character. Davis remained on "Charles in Charge" until the conclusion of the show in 1990. She went on to appear in episodes of various shows throughout the decade, including "Silk Stalkings," "High Tide," "The Young and the Restless," "Arliss," "Baywatch," "Nash Bridges," and "Profiler." Davis had her next substantial role in 2000, playing Camille Desmond in the final season of the Fox teen drama series "Beverly Hills, 90210." Later that year, she played Laurie Williams on the short-lived NBC primetime soap opera "Titans." In 2002, Davis appeared in an episode of the legal drama series "Philly" and in the television film "L.A. Law: The Movie." Over the next two years, she appeared in episodes of "The Division," "CSI: Miami," and "NCIS."

In 2005, Davis appeared in her first of many Lifetime television movies, "Blind Injustice." She also had guest roles on the shows "Living with Fran," "Eve," and "Two and a Half Men." Davis acted in her second Lifetime television movie, "Carolina Moon," in 2007. Also that year, she appeared in episodes of "Ghost Whisperer" and "Shark." In 2008, Davis starred in the Lifetime movie "The Perfect Assistant" and in the Hallmark movie "McBride: Requiem," and had guest roles on the shows "Rules of Engagement" and "Fear Itself." The next year, she acted in episodes of "Burn Notice," "CSI: NY," and "Bones." Davis went on to appear in several Lifetime television movies in the 2010s, including "Seduced by Lies," "The Perfect Student," "Dirty Teacher," "Accidental Obsession," "Backstabbed," and "Locked In." She also had a recurring role in the telenovela-style limited series "Hollywood Heights," which aired in 2012 on Nick at Nite and TeenNick. Davis's other notable credits have included guest roles on "The Mentalist," "Hawaii Five-0," and "Stumptown."


Film Career

Davis had her first major film role in the thriller "Badge of Fear," which came out in 1997. Five years later, she appeared in the crime drama "Sonny," which was the directorial debut of Nicolas Cage. Davis went on to star alongside Mayim Bialik and Joanna Clare Scott in the 2006 comedy "Kalamazoo?" She then appeared in the direct-to-DVD comedy "Be My Baby." In 2007, Davis appeared in the comedy "In the Land of Merry Misfits." She closed out the decade with a role in the dramedy "The Trouble with Romance." In the 2010s, Davis appeared in such films as "The Cursed," "Stealing Roses," "Mantervention," and "The Garden."

The Actors Studio

After just two auditions for judges and Hollywood stars Martin Landau, Mark Rydell, and Shelley Winters, Davis was made a lifetime member of the legendary Actors Studio at the age of 24. Moreover, she was one of only two actors accepted that year.

Personal Life

Davis was previously in a relationship with fellow actor Dax Griffin in the late 1990s. The reason for their separation was not disclosed. Her relationship history since then has been kept largely under wraps.

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