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|occupation(s) = Actress, producer, writer, athlete, model
 
|occupation(s) = Actress, producer, writer, athlete, model
 
|years active = [[1982]]-present
 
|years active = [[1982]]-present
|spouse = Richard Emmolo ([[1982]]-[[1983]])<br>[[Jeff Goldblum]] ([[1987]]-[[1990]])<br>Renny Harlin ([[1993]]-[[1998]])<br>Reza Jarrahy ([[2001]]-2017)}}
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|spouse = Richard Emmolo ([[1982]]-[[1983]])<br>[[Jeff Goldblum]] ([[1987]]-[[1990]])<br>Renny Harlin ([[1993]]-[[1998]])<br>Reza Jarrahy ([[2001]]-2017)|children = Alizeh, Kian, and Kaiis}}'''Virginia Elizabeth "Geena" Davis '''is an American actress, film producer, writer, former fashion model, and a women's Olympics archery team semi-finalist. She is best known for her movie roles as Veronica "Ronnie" Quaife in ''{{WikipediaLink|The Fly (1986 film)|The Fly}}'', [[w:c:beetlejuice:Barbara Maitland|Barbara Maitland]] in ''{{WikipediaLink|Beetlejuice}}'', Thelma Yvonne Dickinson in ''{{WikipediaLink|Thelma & Louise}}'', Dorothy "Dottie" Hinson in ''{{WikipediaLink|A League of Their Own}}'', Samantha Caine/Charlene "Charly" Baltimore in ''{{WikipediaLink|The Long Kiss Goodnight}}'', [[w:c:stuartlittle:Eleanor Little|Mrs. Little]] in the ''{{WikipediaLink|Stuart Little (film)|Stuart Little}}'' {{WikipediaLink|Stuart Little 2|film}} {{WikipediaLink|Stuart Little 3: Call of the Wild|trilogy}}, and Muriel Pritchett in ''{{WikipediaLink|The Accidental Tourist (film)|The Accidental Tourist}}'', for which she won the [[1988]] {{WikipediaLink|Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress}}.
|children = Alizeh, Kian, and Kaiis}}'''Virginia Elizabeth "Geena" Davis '''is an American actress, film producer, writer, former fashion model, and a women's Olympics archery team semi-finalist. She is best known for her movie roles as Veronica "Ronnie" Quaife in ''{{WikipediaLink|The Fly (1986 film)|The Fly}}'', [[w:c:beetlejuice:Barbara Maitland|Barbara Maitland]] in ''{{WikipediaLink|Beetlejuice}}'', Thelma Yvonne Dickinson in ''{{WikipediaLink|Thelma & Louise}}'', Dorothy "Dottie" Hinson in ''{{WikipediaLink|A League of Their Own}}'', Samantha Caine/Charlene "Charly" Baltimore in ''{{WikipediaLink|The Long Kiss Goodnight}}'', [[w:c:stuartlittle:Eleanor Little|Mrs. Little]] in the ''{{WikipediaLink|Stuart Little (film)|Stuart Little}}'' {{WikipediaLink|Stuart Little 2|film}} {{WikipediaLink|Stuart Little 3: Call of the Wild|trilogy}}, and Muriel Pritchett in ''{{WikipediaLink|The Accidental Tourist (film)|The Accidental Tourist}}'', for which she won the [[1988]] {{WikipediaLink|Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress}}.
 
   
 
For [[The Walt Disney Company|Disney]], she voiced [[Persephone (Doc McStuffins)|Princess Peri]] in ''[[Doc McStuffins]]''. She also portrayed [[Angie Scacciapensieri]] in the [[Hollywood Pictures]] film ''[[Angie]]'', Mackenzie Allen in the [[ABC]] TV series ''[[Wikipedia:Commander in Chief (TV series)|Commander in Chief]]'', Teddie Cochran in ''[[Wikipedia:The Geena Davis Show|The Geena Davis Show]]'', and Dr. Nicole Herman in ''[[Wikipedia:Grey's Anatomy|Grey's Anatomy]]''.
 
For [[The Walt Disney Company|Disney]], she voiced [[Persephone (Doc McStuffins)|Princess Peri]] in ''[[Doc McStuffins]]''. She also portrayed [[Angie Scacciapensieri]] in the [[Hollywood Pictures]] film ''[[Angie]]'', Mackenzie Allen in the [[ABC]] TV series ''[[Wikipedia:Commander in Chief (TV series)|Commander in Chief]]'', Teddie Cochran in ''[[Wikipedia:The Geena Davis Show|The Geena Davis Show]]'', and Dr. Nicole Herman in ''[[Wikipedia:Grey's Anatomy|Grey's Anatomy]]''.
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Revision as of 09:59, November 19, 2019

Virginia Elizabeth "Geena" Davis is an American actress, film producer, writer, former fashion model, and a women's Olympics archery team semi-finalist. She is best known for her movie roles as Veronica "Ronnie" Quaife in The Fly, Barbara Maitland in Beetlejuice, Thelma Yvonne Dickinson in Thelma & Louise, Dorothy "Dottie" Hinson in A League of Their Own, Samantha Caine/Charlene "Charly" Baltimore in The Long Kiss Goodnight, Mrs. Little in the Stuart Little film trilogy, and Muriel Pritchett in The Accidental Tourist, for which she won the 1988 Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress.

For Disney, she voiced Princess Peri in Doc McStuffins. She also portrayed Angie Scacciapensieri in the Hollywood Pictures film Angie, Mackenzie Allen in the ABC TV series Commander in Chief, Teddie Cochran in The Geena Davis Show, and Dr. Nicole Herman in Grey's Anatomy.

Disney Roles

Gallery

Trivia

  • Davis was originally considered for the role of Abby Mallard in the 2005 Disney film Chicken Little, along with several other actresses that were also considered for the part.
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