Danielle Davy
Danielle Davy was bitten by the acting bug at age seven when cast as one of the numerous royal children in a school-wide production of The King & I. From that moment, she spent her youth diligently completing her classroom studies and rushing off to the theater whenever possible to find her sanctuary. On the sunniest of days, she retreated to the dark wings of the stage and the clamminess of the dance halls as a release

At age 18, Ms. Davy turned her attention full-time to her academic pursuits at Barnard College of Columbia University in New York. A degree in French allowed her to study in Paris at the Université de Paris and work for the world-famous fashion designer, Emanuel Ungaro, in both the New York and Paris offices.

A few years after graduation and heavily steeped in her sales and marketing career, Ms. Davy returned to her first love, the stage, on a whim, by appearing in a remounting of the 20th century classic, Machinal, by Sophie Treadwell, whose works are now enjoying a nation-wide revival. Ms. Davy experienced the same joy on stage that she felt as a child and knew that she could never leave the world of acting again. More theater, TV, and film work followed, including the opportunity to work alongside acclaimed actress Dixie Carter in Lady Windermere's Fan at The Shakespeare Theatre.

Ms. Davy is thrilled to have worked on this project, recognizing the powerful medium of film and the ever-present need in our society to search for the inner well-being.