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He was born on March 23, 1964 in Englewood, New Jersey (United States)
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American actress. Hope Davis studied ballet as a child and attended the Institute of Tenafly, New Jersey, a place where he began to represent plays. One of his best friends in his childhood was the future actress Mira Sorvino.
After finishing high school, Hope entered Vassar College, graduating in 1986 in cognitive psychology.
A year later, in 1987, she married actor and director Ford Evanson.
Despite his scientific studies conclude, Hope decided to devote his time to the interpretation, instructing first RADA in London and later in New York with Uta Hagen and Victor Garber.
His first steps as actress gave in the theater. In 1990 he managed to debut in the film by participating in the science fiction thriller “Flatliners” (1990) and the comedy “Home Alone” (1990).
Until the middle of the decade, with titles like “The Daytrippers” (1996) or “Guy” (1997), Hope failed to get papers entity.
In “The Daytrippers” shared credits with her husband Ford Evanson. The couple divorced the same year the premiere of the film.
Davis later married actor Jon Patrick Walker’s. Both agreed on the set of “The Secret Life Of A Dentist” (2002). In this second marriage Hope has had two daughters, Georgia and Mae.
New Jersey actress got one of its most important characters in “American Splendor” (2003), a film co-starring Paul Giamatti for which he was nominated for a Golden Globe.
Other film credits are “The Weather Man” (2005), film in which she played the wife of Nicolas Cage, “Infamous” (2006), film about Truman Capote, or “Ocean’s Eleven” ( 2006), a film in which Richard Gere sharing deal with.
In “Genoa” (2008) was accompanied by Colin Firth and Catherine Keener.
Outside the cinema and theater, Davis has worked in television, taking part in series like “Deadline” or “Six Degrees of Separation”.