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Geena Davis stars in A&E's miniseries "Coma."

Academy Award-winner Geena Davis continues to be one of Hollywood’s most sought-after actors. Having received the 2006 Golden Globe Award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series – Drama, Davis broke ground in her portrayal of the first female President of the United States in ABC’s hit show "Commander in Chief."

In 1989, Davis received an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress for her role as the offbeat dog trainer Muriel
Geena Davis in "Miss Representation"
Geena Davis Miss Representation
Pritchett in Lawrence Kasdan’s "The Accidental Tourist." She was again nominated for an Academy Award and Golden Globe for her performance as Thelma in Ridley Scott’s "Thelma and Louise," in which she co-starred with Susan Sarandon. Davis received Golden Globe nominations for Best Actress for her portrayals of a political speechwriter in "Speechless" a film that she also co-produced, and as a baseball phenomenon in "A League of Their Own." Davis made her feature film debut starring opposite Dustin Hoffman in "Tootsie," going on to star in such films as "The Fly," "Beetlejuice," "Earth Girls are Easy," "Angie," "The Long Kiss Goodnight," and become the beloved mother in "Stuart Little."

Davis, a member of the genius society Mensa, is also a trustee of the Women’s Sports Foundation, and supports Title IX and girls’ participation in sports through her own website, GeenaTakesAim.com. Although she only took up the sport in 1997, Davis was one of only 32 women to qualify to compete in the 2000 Olympic Trials for archery. She attained the rank of thirteenth in the nation the next year.

A long-time advocate for women and girls, Davis founded the Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media. The project is dedicated to advocating balance in gender representation and to increasing the percentages of female characters and reduce stereotyping in media made for children ages 0- 11.

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Age: 60 years old
Birthday: January 21, 1956
Height: 6' 0"
Full Name / Real Name: Virginia Elizabeth Davis
Birthplace: Wareham, MA
Husband: Dr. Reza Jarrahy (9/1/2001, 3 children)
Renny Harlin (9/18/1993 - 6/21/1998, divorced)
Jeff Goldblum (11/1/1987 - 10/17/1990, divorced)
Richard Emmolo (3/25/1981 - 2/26/1983, divorced)

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"Coma" (2012 TV miniseries) scene A&E Revives 'Coma' — Lauren Ambrose, Steven Pasquale, Geena Davis, James Woods, Ellen Burstyn and Richard Dreyfuss star in the four-hour miniseries, based on the film by Michael Crichton, premiering Monday, September 3. Read more...
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