Personal Info

Known For Acting

Known Credits 26

Gender Female

Birthday 1964-06-21 (55 years old)

Place of Birth Kidderminster, Worcestershire, England, UK

Also Known As

  • Samantha Davies
  • Samantha Davis
  • Sammi Davis-Voss

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Biography

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

Sammi Davis (born Samantha Davis; 21 June 1964) is a British actress.

She gained considerable praise for her performance in Ken Russell's The Rainbow (1989). She also had significant roles in Mike Hodges' A Prayer For The Dying and John Boorman's Hope and Glory (both 1987) as well as a leading role in the Emmy Award-winning American television series, Homefront (1991–1993).

Davis was married to the director Kurt Voss, whom she later divorced. After taking a few years out of the film industry to raise her family, she returned to the screen in a cameo role on Lost, playing the mother of Dominic Monaghan's character.

Description above from the Wikipedia article Sammi Davis, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.

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