Josie Davis began her acting career on the hit television series “Charles in Charge” opposite Scott Baio, which she starred on for four and a half years. The role garnered her two nominations and a win for Best Young Actress in a Family Syndicated Show at the Young Artist Awards in 1989. She then transitioned from child actress to series regular roles on “Beverly Hills 90210” and “Titans,” followed by a lead role in Nicholas Cage’s directorial debut “Sonny,” opposite James Franco and Scott Caan.
Davis’s feature film credits also include “Carolina Moon,” opposite Claire Forlani and Oliver Hudson, “The Perfect Assistant,” “Seduced by Lies,” and “The Perfect Student” for Lifetime Network. Davis can next be seen in the indie films “Past Obsessions” and “High School Crush.” Television credits include a recurring role on “CSI: NY” and guest starring parts on “Two and a Half Men,” “Breakout Kings,” “Chuck,” “Bones,” “Rules of Engagement” and “Burn Notice.”
Davis is a lifetime member of The Actors Studio, and also added “producer” to her long list of credits when she produced the award-winning comedy short film, “Lotto” in 2003, starring herself. She is involved in many charities, including volunteer work at animal shelters and mobile adoptions.