Julie Davis

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Julie Davis
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Julie Davis
Born 1969 (age 44–45)
United States
Education Dartmouth College (1990)
Occupation Film director, screenwriter, actress
Years active 1994-present

Julie Davis (born 1969) is an American film director, writer and actress.[1] Davis is best known for directing, writing and acting in the film Amy's Orgasm and for the 2010 romantic comedy film Finding Bliss, which she based on her own experience as an editor of adult films.

Early life and education[edit]

Davis grew up in Miami, Florida, where she graduated from Miami Palmetto High School in 1986.[2] She went on to attend Dartmouth College, graduating in 1990.[3] She attended the AFI Conservatory's editing program in 1991.[4]

Career[edit]

Davis got her start in the film business by editing and directing ultra-low-budget films. While editing promos for the Playboy Channel, she raised $60,000 to make her first feature I Love You, Don't Touch Me! which premiered at the Sundance Film festival in 1997 and was sold to the Samuel Goldwyn Company.[5]

Filmography[6][edit]

Director (5 titles)

Actress (4 titles)

Writer (4 titles)

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