Christina Davis has had a long and varied career in the entertainment industry as a stand-up comedienne, dancer, choreographer, actress, voiceover artist and television presenter.
She attended the McDonald College School of Performing Arts and is a graduate of the Australian Ballet School.
2007 has been an exciting year with her one woman Melbourne International Comedy Festival show “Sex” being picked up to play in Edinburgh.
She was a member of the West Australian Ballet and Les Ballets De Monte Carlo where she performed soloist and principal roles, was a finalist at the Helsinki International Ballet Competition and has also danced with the Australian Ballet and Opera Australia. She also was assistant choreographer for the Sydney 2000 Olympics Ceremonies and Rugby World Cup 2003 Ceremonies.
Christina studied acting at the Lee Strasberg Theatre Institute and with The Groundlings in Los Angeles. She first began stand-up in 2001and was a regular on the Los Angeles comedy circuit appearing at the Comedy Store and World Famous Hollywood Improv.
Christina has been a twice State Finalist in the Raw Comedy competition, and was a National Finalist of FHM magazine’s “Funniest Man(or er woman) in Australia,” competition.
In 2004 she supported Jimmie JJ Walker at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival and in 2006, did her first solo show at the festival to sell out audiences.
In 2005 Christina performed in the Vagina Monologues at the Sydney Opera House and was also in the pilot for leading author Mathew Reilly’s first feature film, “Contest”.
She has made several television appearances including ABC’s “Stand-Up!”, Channel 31’s Champagne Comedy, Cheez TV, has been a guest on Rove Live, Good Morning Australia, Channel 31 Movie Show, Chaos TV and Channel V’s Room 208 and has appeared in several commercials.
Christina Davis travels from New South Wales Australia
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