Race Davies

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Race Davies
Born (1962-08-10) 10 August 1962 (age 55)
Moglabazar, Sylhet, East Pakinstan (now Bangladesh)
Occupation Actress

Race Davies (born 10 August 1962 in Moglabazar, Sylhet, East Pakistan (now Bangladesh), is a British actress, artist, and furniture designer. She is probably most famous for playing Jackie Owen in EastEnders from 1999 to 2000.

Her first television appearance was in The Bill in 1988. In 1991 she landed a significant supporting role, playing Beverly Armitage in the comedy series Lazarus and Dingwall which aired on BBC2. She has also appeared in Sean's Show, Men Behaving Badly, Holby City and Kavanagh QC.

More recently, she worked on the PlayStation 3 game Heavenly Sword, providing motion capture for and voicing the character Whiptail. She appears in DmC: Devil May Cry as the succubus Poison.

She appeared in Hollyoaks in late June 2009 as Christine Carpenter, mother of already established characters Zoe and Archie Carpenter.



Year Title Role Notes
1992 Wild West Receptionist
2015 Waffle Street Translator


Year Title Role Notes
1988–1989, 2008 The Bill Nurse, Janette Harper 3 episodes
1991 Lazarus & Dingwall Beverly Armitage 6 episodes
1992 Sean's Show Rachel Episode: "Badgers"
1993 Side by Side Brenda Cox Episode: "Episode #2.6"
1993 Desmond's Erica Episode: "Fairytales"
1994 The 10 Percenters Rachel Borgnine Episode: "Feud"
1994 Roughnecks Margaret Episode: "Episode #1.4"
1997 Insiders Emma Davies 4 episodes
1997 Men Behaving Badly Sally-Anne 2 episodes
1998 My Wonderful Life Lydia 3 episodes
1999 Kavanagh QC Teresa Stinton Episode: "End Game"
1999–2000 EastEnders Jackie Owen 81 episodes
2004 Holby City Cherise Patterson Episode: "The Eleventh Commandment"
2006 Doctors Yvonne Prentiss Episode: "All Dressed Up"
2007 HolbyBlue Melanie Silbert Episode: "Episode #1.4"
2009 Hollyoaks Christine Carpenter 3 episodes

Video games[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2007 Heavenly Sword Whiptail
2013 DmC: Devil May Cry Succubus

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