Julia Davis

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Julia Davis
BornKyiv, Ukraine
🏳️ NationalityUnited States
💼 Occupation
📆 Years active  1994-present
👩 Spouse(s)B.J. Davis (m. 1995)

Julia Davis an American journalist[1], writer, producer and director in the film and television industry. She is a Columnist for The Daily Beast, Washington Post Contributor, featured Russian Expert at the Atlantic Council's Disinformation Portal in Washington, DC[2] and creator of Russian Media Monitor, debunking Kremlin disinformation.


Julia Davis is a Columnist for The Daily Beast and a Contributor for the Washington Post. Her reporting has been featured and quoted by various media outlets and television shows, including CNN[3], MSNBC[4], Morning Joe[5], AM Joy[6], NPR[7], Rolling Stone[8], the Washington Post[9], Newsweek[10], Background Briefing with Ian Masters[11], Salon[12], Business Insider[13], Slate[14], The Wrap[15] and others.

Two of Julia’s stories for The Daily Beast became the most read articles of 2019[16].[dubious ]

Julia made a presentation about her findings and analysis of the Kremlin’s global aims and operations at the Stanford University’s Global Populisms conference in March of 2019[17].

She appeared on the National Center for the Preservation of Democracy’s panel[18] to discuss Russia’s disinformation targeting the United States, alongside Asha Rangappa, a former FBI agent and now Senior Lecturer at Yale University’s Jackson Institute for Global Affairs; and Caroline Orr, a Virginia Commonwealth University behavioral scientist.

As a contributing writer for the San Diego Reader, Julia Davis has authored several articles, including Murder in Las Vegas[19].

Film and television[edit]

Julia Davis is a film & television producer, writer, and director. She created, wrote, produced and directed the TV Series Medal of Honor, hosted by Burt Reynolds. Davis authored the screenplay for the feature film "Forget About It". Julia Davis was a stunt double for Angelina Jolie, Helen Hunt, and performed stunts in "The Amazing Spider-Man 2." She is a member of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, the Screen Actors Guild, Women In Film and the Federal Law Enforcement Officers Association. Julia was the first to utilize the National Ukrainian Orchestra to produce the musical score for the feature film "Deadly Outbreak" for Paramount Pictures[20].

Julia Davis is the CEO of Fleur De Lis Film Studios.



Medal of Honor: (TV Series) (producer - 37 episodes)

L.A.P.D.: To Protect and to Serve (associate producer)

Lima: Breaking the Silence (line producer)

Armstrong (line producer)

Meat Loaf: I'd Lie for You (And That's the Truth) (Music video) (unit producer)

Charlie Sheen's Stunts Spectacular (TV Movie documentary) (executive producer) / (line producer) / (supervising producer)

Stickfighter (producer)


Medal of Honor: (TV Series) (34 episodes) (writer)

Forget About It (Feature film) (writer)

L.A.P.D.: To Protect and to Serve (Feature film) (writer)

Stickfighter (Feature film) (writer)


Medal of Honor (TV Series) (15 episodes) (director)

- Buffalo Bill Cody (2002)

- Tom Custer (2001)

- Jay Zeamer (2001)

- Audie Murphy (2001)

- Harvey C. Barnum (2001)

- Smedley Darlington Butler (2001)

- Raymond Clausen (2001)

- Patrick Brady (2001)

- Sam Johnson (2001)

- Vernon Baker (2001)

- John Finn (2001)

- Dan Inouye (2001)

- Drew D. Dix (2001)

- Richard E. Bush (2001)

- Everett Pope (2000)

Stunt Coordinator, Stunts

Gasoline (Short) (stunt coordinator)

The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (stunts)

Medal of Honor: History of Heroes (TV Series) (stunt coordinator) / (stunts)

Incident on Highway 73 (Short) (assistant stunt coordinator)

Across the Line: The Exodus of Charlie Wright (Video) (stunt performer: FBI Agent) / (stunts)

Power Play (stunt coordinator)

Delta Force One: The Lost Patrol (stunt coordinator) / (stunts)

Lima: Breaking the Silence (assistant stunt coordinator) / (stunts)

Armstrong (second unit stunt coordinator) / (stunts)

As Good as It Gets (assistant stunt coordinator) / (stunt double: Helen Hunt)

Playing God (stunt coordinator: second unit) / (stunt double: Angelina Jolie)

Deep Family Secrets (TV Movie) (stunts)

Meat Loaf: I'd Lie for You (And That's the Truth) (Video short) (stunt coordinator) / (stunts)

Till the End of the Night (assistant stunt coordinator)

Body Count (assistant stunt coordinator)


Year Film Role Notes
1994 Love Is a Gun Assistant Stunt Coordinator
1994 Stickfighter Writer/Producer
1994 Threesome Assistant Stunt Coordinator
1995 Body Count Assistant Stunt Coordinator
1995 Till the End of the Night Assistant Stunt Coordinator
1997 Playing God Stunt Double for Angelina Jolie
1997 As Good as It Gets Stunt Double for Helen Hunt
1998 Armstrong Line Producer/Stunts
1999 Lima: Breaking the Silence Line Producer/Assistant Stunt Coordinator
2000 Delta Force One: The Lost Patrol Stunt Coordinator
2001 L.A.P.D.: To Protect and to Serve Associate Producer
2003 Power Play Stunt Coordinator
2006 Forget About It Writer
2008 My Foreign Desh Producer
2010 The Last Breath Executive Producer Short Film
2012 Top Priority: The Terror Within Herself/Writer/Producer Documentary
2012 Incident on Highway Assistant Stunt Coordinator Short Film
2014 Confessions of a Hollywood Stuntman Host/Writer/Producer/Director
2014 The Amazing Spider-Man 2 Stunts
2015 Corrupted Justice Writer Documentary
2016 Rogues in Robes Host/Writer/Director Documentary
2017 Workers Con Host/Writer/Director Documentary


Year Title Role Notes
1991-1992 FBI: The Untold Stories Stunts
1994 Charlie Sheen's Stunts Spectacular Executive Producer TV Movie
1996 I'd Lie for You and That's the Truth Unit Producer/Stunt Coordinator TV Movie
1997 Deep Family Secrets Stunts TV Movie
1999 Medal of Honor Supervising Producer TV Movie
2000-2002 Medal of Honor Writer/Producer/Director/Stunt Coordinator TV Series
2012-2013 Medal of Honor: History of Heroes Writer/Producer/Director/Stunt Coordinator TV Series
2013 Whistleblowers: The Untold Stories Co-Host/Writer/Producer/Director/Stunt Coordinator TV Series


  1. "Julia Davis". The Daily Beast. Retrieved 2020-04-27.
  2. Davis, Julia. "Julia Davis, Author at Disinfo Portal". Disinfo Portal. Retrieved 2020-04-27.
  3. Cohen, Zachary. "Russian politician: US spies slept while Russia elected Trump". CNN. Retrieved 2020-04-27.
  4. "All In 9/26/19". MSNBC. 2019-09-26. Retrieved 2020-04-27.
  5. "Why Russia's fingerprints are on Ukraine scandal". MSNBC.com. Retrieved 2020-04-27.
  6. "Why Trump's latest decision in Syria will advance Putin's main goals there". MSNBC.com. Retrieved 2020-04-27.
  7. "Where Russia Fits In With Trump-Ukraine Affair". NPR.org. Retrieved 2020-04-27.
  8. Hettena, Seth; Hettena, Seth (2018-07-13). "Trump v. Putin: What to Expect From the Meeting in Helsinki". Rolling Stone. Retrieved 2020-04-27.
  9. Davis, Julia. "Perspective | In Russia, Putin's state TV apparatus is busy defending Trump". Washington Post. Retrieved 2020-04-27.
  10. Stein, Jeff (2018-07-27). "How Vladimir Putin will take down Donald Trump when he's no longer useful". Newsweek. Retrieved 2020-04-27.
  11. Biden's Accuser's Peculiar Love For Putin, retrieved 2020-05-03
  12. "Russian media names purported Ukraine whistleblower after cue from Rand Paul". Salon. 2019-11-06. Retrieved 2020-04-27.
  13. Porter, Tom. "Russian state media mocked Trump by calling him 'our Donald Ivanovych' and complained US politicians had lost their minds over attempts to impeach him". Business Insider. Retrieved 2020-04-27.
  14. Politi, Daniel (2019-07-06). "Russian State-Run Media Mocked Trump's July 4 Celebration". Slate Magazine. Retrieved 2020-04-27.
  15. "Russian Media Crows Over Trump-Putin Love in Helsinki". TheWrap. 2018-07-19. Retrieved 2020-04-27.
  16. "The Daily Beast's Top Stories of 2019". Twitter. Retrieved 2020-04-27.
  17. "Stanford University" (PDF). Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  18. Johnson, Reed (2018-09-17). "Only You Can Defeat Vladimir Putin". Zócalo Public Square. Retrieved 2020-04-27.
  19. "Las Vegas Murder | San Diego Reader". www.sandiegoreader.com. Retrieved 2020-04-27.
  20. Deadly Outbreak, retrieved 2020-05-01

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