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Christina Maria Davis started acting, singing, dancing, and performing in musicals as a child. She grew up in Spain (allowing her to be fluent in Spanish), the U.S., the U.K., and Australia. After studying Socio-Cultural Anthropology and Dance at Florida State University and the London School of Economics, she took a couple years off to travel the world. Four continents and thirteen countries later, she was ready to return to her first passion in life—performing.
She moved to Los Angeles and began training at Groundlings, Second City, UCLA, and at the prestigious Playhouse West Acting School and Repertory Theater- with Jeff Goldblum, Mark Pellegrino, Robert Carnegie, Jim Parrack, Tony Savant, and Holly Gagnier. She has over 25 Film and TV Credits, including Acting Class, which can be seen on James Franco TV; Richard Peter Johnson, starring James Franco, Jim Parrack and Wolfgang Bodison; Pie Head: A Kinda’ True Story, which
won best feature film at Hollywood & Vine Film Festival; Little Bride Lie which won “Best Comedic Short,” at Playhouse West 72 Hour Film Festival, 2013; and Project 96B which won “Best Film in LA,” at the 48 Hour Film Project. Christina also loves theatre and has been in over a dozen musicals and plays, including A Mixed Tape, starring Eric Edwards and Jonathan Lipnicki. At the Cannes Film Festival 2015, Christina was lucky enough to attend the festival for a film she acted in, “The Painting.”
Christina alternates between the Hollywood Hills and London. She is passionate about dancing, singing, yoga, hiking, being underwater, smelling wild flowers and eating cherries.