Kristin Davis has signed with APA, The Hollywood Reporter has exclusively learned.
Davis was nominated for a Golden Globe and an Emmy in 2004 for best supporting actress in Sex and the City, the popular HBO series on which she played a main role. Along with Sarah Jessica Parker, Cynthia Nixon and Kim Cattrall, Davis shared Screen Actors Guild Awards in 2002 and 2004 for best ensemble (the group also was nominated for the honor in 2001, 2003 and 2005). Her previous credits include roles on Melrose Place and General Hospital.
In 2014, Davis played the wife in a London stage adaptation of Fatal Attraction to favorable reviews and starred on CBS’ one-season sitcom Bad Teacher. On the film side, she joined Dwayne Johnson and Josh Hutcherson in the family adventure Journey 2: The Mysterious Island and Vince Vaughn in Couples Retreat and reprised her role in the two Sex and the City movies.
A philanthropist (her causes include global poverty via Oxfam International and orphaned African elephants via the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust), Davis recently executive produced the documentary Gardeners of Eden on the work of the Sheldrick Trust, which she joined in 2009. She screened the film for the U.S. State Department and in October was honored at the Environmental Media Awards, for which the doc was nominated. Gardeners premiered this year on Participant Media’s TV network Pivot.
Davis continues to be managed by Dave Fleming at Atlas and repped by lawyer Jason Sloane at Sloane Offer. She joins APA from UTA.