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Davis at the Magic Screams event in 2016
|Born||Miracle Nicole Davis|
October 21, 1991
Memphis, Tennessee, US
|Baptised||October 21, 1991|
|Education||St. Joan of Arc School |
Parkview Arts and Science Magnet High School
|Occupation||Actress, writer, producer|
Miracle Nicole Davis (born October 21, 1991) is an American actress and writer. At the beginning of her career, she performed in various community theaters since the age of ten. During her high school years, she appeared in live and recorded productions Tales of the Crypt (2009) and Mosaic Templars Cultural Center (2009), and murder mystery dinners during her time in high school. She took on more challenging roles in Southern Girls (play) (2010) as Naomi Hurdle, Barbara Pitts and various roles in The Laramie Project (2012), and A Hotel on Marvin Gardens (2012) as Erna Tinker during her studies at college.
After the Edward Commons fire on campus, she helped clear debris to build part of the set of Trojan Women in the spring of 2011. She then won the KCACTF Best Set Design award for The Dining Room in 2014.
She began in the film and television industry as a production assistant for the 2017 southern Gothic thriller The Boo and later cast as the recurring character Tracy O'Donnell in the Dark Night Films, Mark of Death (2017) and Dark Night (2018). Davis also appears as supporting lead Kate Christian, in Matt Spease's Then the Night Comes (2018).
Miracle Davis is the daughter of Helen Davis, and Henry Davis, retired Colonel of the United States Army. She is also the sister of DeMarco Davis an actor, and niece to Reginald F. Davis, an author.
After graduating from Parkview Magnet in 2010 with a Drama major, she went on to study theatre at Lyon College.
2016-present: varied roles
After role of Tracy O'Donnell in Mark of Death (2017), she was invited to promote the film on a local radio station. In 2018, Davis portrays Cleo as Cleolanta from the original 1954 television series Rocky Jones, Space Ranger in the new spin off: OSA Space Rangers.
Davis played as Dinah in the new horror film In His Name directed by Scott McEntire, who previously directed the southern Gothic thriller The Boo, where Davis worked on as a production assistant.
Davis lives in the Chenal Valley area of west Little Rock. She wrote a short titled The Wicked Little Witch (2017) and starred as the medium Sarah. In 2017, she graduated with an Associates in Nursing from the Baptist Health College of Little Rock, and works as a registered nurse. In her spare time, she enjoys playing the piano and writing short stories.
|2016||Evil Deeds: Full Circle||Sandra||Horror, segment|
|2017||Sector 7||Producer||Comedy, short|
|2017||Mark of Death||Tracy O' Donnell||Horror|||
|2017||The Wicked Little Witch||Sarah, writer||Horror. short|||
|2018||The Boo||production assistant, sound||Gothic Thriller|||
|2018||Evil Deeds||Jennifer||Horror, segment|
|2018||Homeless Romantic||Secretary||Drama, short|
|2018||Then the Night Comes||Kate Christian||Horror, Thriller|||
|2018||Dark Night||Tracy O' Donnell||Horror|||
|2019||In His Name||Dinah||Horror, Thriller|
|2018-||OSA Space Rangers||Cleo||Scifi|||
Performances and Theatre
|2009||Tales of the Crypt||Eliza Miller||Mount Holly Cemetery|
|2009||Living museum||Eliza Miller, reprised||Mosaic Templars Cultural Center|
|2010||Southern Girls (play)||Naomi Hurdle||Lyon College|||
|2012||A Hotel on Marvin Gardens||Erna Tinker||Lyon College|||
|2012||The Laramie Project||Barbara Pitts, various characters||Lyon College|||
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- "Fall production opens Oct 23". Alumni News. Lyon College.
- Rohrscheib, Cotton. "Lyon College Theatre Department Selects Laramie Project cast". Timeless 106.1. KFFB. Retrieved March 20, 2018.
- "Fall Production Scheduled for Oct. 19-22". Lyon College Alumni News. Lyon College. Retrieved March 25, 2018.
- "Arson suspected in Lyon College fire, may take two years to rebuild". KAIT8. October 26, 2010.
- Brosius, Jeanni. "Debris recycled for Lyon College play". Arkansas Online. Retrieved March 23, 2018.
- Johnson, John. "Feature Horror Thriller Screenplay: THE BOO, by Scott McEntire". Thriller/Suspense Film and Writing Festival. Retrieved March 25, 2018.
- "Dark Night Films latest updates". Dark Night Films. Yahoo. Retrieved March 25, 2018.
- "Trail Blazing a Path for the Future of Black Soldiers" (Journal). Arkansas Military History Journal. Arkansas National Guard. Spring 2016. p. 1. Retrieved March 25, 2018.
Colonel(Ret) Henry Joe Davis was born in Memphis Tennessee and graduated from the University of Tennessee-Martin in March 1979. He has a Bachelor’s of Science in Education and was commissioned second lieutenant in the Chemical Corp. He served as the G3 for the Soldier Biological and Chemical Command and Chief of Staff for the US Army research command in Aberdeen Proving Ground in Maryland.
- "Reginald Davis". ABA Journal. American Bar Association. Retrieved November 21, 2017.
- "Reginald F. Davis". Good Reads. Good Reads. Retrieved March 25, 2018.
- Arrington, Lucy. "Pastor Reginald F Davis receives the National Lilly Endowment Clergy Renewal Grant". Daily Press. Daily Press. Retrieved March 25, 2018.
- "Lyon College Alumni Graduates of 2014". Alumni US. Alumni US. Retrieved March 25, 2018.
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