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Essie Davis


Essie Davis was born in 1970 in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia. She is an actress and producer, known for The Babadook (2014), The Matrix Revolutions (2003) and Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga'Hoole (2010). She has been married to Justin Kurzel since 2002. They have two children. See full bio »

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 2018 Andorra (pre-production)
Nancy Quay
 2017-2018 The Last Post (TV Series)
Actress
- Episode #1.6 (2018) ... Actress
- Episode #1.5 (2017) ... Actress
- Episode #1.4 (2017) ... Actress
- Episode #1.3 (2017) ... Actress
- Episode #1.2 (2017) ... Actress
 2017 Philip K. Dick's Electric Dreams (TV Series)
- Human Is (2017)
 2016 Mindhorn
Patricia Deville
 2016 Game of Thrones (TV Series)
Lady Crane
- No One (2016) ... Lady Crane
- The Door (2016) ... Lady Crane
 2014 A Poet in New York (TV Movie)
Caitlin Thomas
 2011 The Slap (TV Mini-Series)
Anouk
- Richie (2011) ... Anouk
- Aisha (2011) ... Anouk
- Manolis (2011) ... Anouk
- Rosie (2011) ... Anouk
- Connie (2011) ... Anouk
 2011/I Burning Man
Karen
 2011 Cloudstreet (TV Mini-Series)
Dolly Pickles
- Part 3 (2011) ... Dolly Pickles
- Part 2 (2011) ... Dolly Pickles
- Part 1 (2011) ... Dolly Pickles
 2011 The Last Time I Saw Michael Gregg (Video)
Lottie
 2010 The Wedding Party
Jane
 2010 South Solitary
Alma Stanley
 2008 Australia
Cath Carney
 2006 The Silence (TV Movie)
Juliet Moore
 2006 Sweeney Todd (TV Movie)
Mrs Lovett
 2005 Isolation
Orla
 2003 Code 46
Doctor
 2003 Temptation (TV Movie)
Julie
 2003 After the Deluge (TV Movie)
Beth
 2003 Enter the Matrix (Video Game)
Maggie (voice)
 2003/III The Pact
Helene Davis
 2002 Young Lions (TV Series)
Julie Morgan
- Mardi Gras (2002) ... Julie Morgan (as Essie Davies)
- Episode #1.2 (2002) ... Julie Morgan
 2001 Corridors of Power (TV Series)
Sophie
- Episode #1.4 (2001) ... Sophie
 2000 Halifax f.p. (TV Series)
Alison Blount
- The Spider and the Fly (2000) ... Alison Blount
 1998 Murder Call (TV Series)
Judy St. John
- Deadfall (1998) ... Judy St. John
 1998 Kings in Grass Castles (TV Mini-Series)
Mary Costello
- Episode #1.2 (1998) ... Mary Costello
- Episode #1.1 ... Mary Costello
 1997 The Ripper (TV Movie)
Evelyn Bookman
 1997 Water Rats (TV Series)
Senior Detective Nicola Bourke
- Dead or Alive (1997) ... Senior Detective Nicola Bourke
- Blood Trail (1997) ... Senior Detective Nicola Bourke
 1997 The Two-Wheeled Time Machine (Short)
Young alice
 1997 Blackrock
Det.Gilhooley
 1996 Lilian's Story
Zara
 1993 The Custodian
Jilly
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Other Works:

She acted in Tennessee Williams' play, "A Streetcar Named Desire," in a Royal National Theatre production at the Lyttelton Theatre in London, England with Glenn Close, Iain Glen, and Robert Pastorelli in the cast. Trevor Nunn was director. See more »

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Alternate Names:

Essie Davies

Height:

5' 6" (1.68 m)
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Personal Quote:

I think my morals are perfectly... tight! See more »

Trivia:

Was nominated for Broadway's 2003 Tony Award as Best Actress (Featured Role - Play) for a revival of Tom Stoppard's "Jumpers." See more »

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