Josie Davis Biography
She started in show business when she was only three by doing numerous commercials. Her first TV ad was for Sonys Japanese TV commercial. She was featured here with her whole family. Before turning into a teenager, she auditioned 11 times in front of Universal executives before landing a role as a regular on Charles in Charge. The show was rated number one and here, she played Sarah Powell, the adorable young poet. Josie Davis is best recognized for this role even after she turned into a full-blown woman and shifted into doing sexy and daring roles in the 90s.
Starting as a child actress has never been too easy for Josie Davis as producers and viewers compare her most of the time to her older sister Nicole Eggert, who was also a hot young TV star then. However, she has proven to be incomparable when she was nominated several times for Young Star Awards. She even won an award in 1989.
Josie Davis took trainings at the USCs writing program. However, when she turned 18, she has decided to concentrate on acting and take more matured roles. She studied acting with the respected Paul Richards for 5 years. Paul Richards helped her achieve an outstanding skill in acting and he also encouraged her to audition for Actors Studio. After only 2 auditions, she was accepted. For Josie Davis, it was a feat because out of 100 actors, only one passes the Actors Studio membership.
Her TV guest appearances include The Profiler, Nash Bridges, Guys Like Us and Love Boat: The Next Wave. In 2000, she was cast with a recurring role on the Fox Drama Beverly Hills, 90210. That same year, she played the daughter of a tumultuous family in Titans. And she was seen on various TV soaps, sitcoms and films.