Sammi Davis

Birth Name: Sammi Davis
Born: 06/21/1964
Birth Place: Kidderminster, England, GB

Diminutive, feisty blonde performer who played a heroin addict in Neil Jordan's "Mona Lisa" (1986) and has also been noted for her work in John Boorman's "Hope and Glory" (1987) and as the lead of Ken Russell's "The Rainbow" (1989). She gained a foothold in American TV, co-starring in the acclaimed drama series "Homefront" (ABC, 1991-93).

Popular Movies:

Four Rooms

Shadow of China


The Rainbow

Consuming Passions

The Lair of the White Worm


A Prayer for the Dying

Hope and Glory

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