Kristin Davis is best recognized for portraying Charlotte York Goldenblatt on the HBO comedy-drama series 'Sex and the City', for which she earned several awards and nominations. She made her movie debut with the 1987 comedy horror ‘Doom Asylum.’ The movie was released direct to video and received a lukewarm response from the critics.
In 1991, Kristin starred in the first television series of her career, ‘General Hospital,’ a daytime soap opera. She stayed on the show for 22 episodes. That same year, she also made an appearance in the television film ‘N.Y.P.D. Mounted.’ Between 1992 and 1995, she starred in several television series like ‘Mann & Machine’ (1992), ‘The Larry Sanders Show’ (1993), and ‘Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman’ (1994).
n 1995, Davis appeared in the Chris Columbus-directed romantic comedy ‘Nine Months’ and then the Science fiction film ‘Alien Nation: Body and Soul.’ That same year, Davis starred as ‘Brooke Armstrong’ in the television soap opera ‘Melrose Place.’ She remained a part of the show till 1996.
Kristin Davis earned her breakthrough role as ‘Charlotte York Goldenblatt’ in the 1998 romantic-comedy television series ‘Sex and the City.’ She won several nominations for her performance on the show, including a ‘Primetime Emmy Award’ and ‘Golden Globe Award’ nomination. She went on to appear in popular television series such as ‘Friends’ (2000), ‘Three Days’ (2001), ‘Will & Grace’ (2004), ‘Bad Teacher’ (2014), and ‘Labor of Love’ (2020).
Davis has also starred in successful movies like 'The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl', 'The Shaggy Dog' (2005), 'Couples Retreat' (2009), and, 'Journey 2: The Mysterious Island' (2012). She also reprised her role in the two feature films based on the 'Sex and the City' series. However, films like 'Nine Months', 'Sour Grapes', and 'Deck the Halls' failed to impress critics.
Kristin Davis will be next seen in the upcoming comedy-drama television series ‘And Just Like That.’ The series is the revival of the 1998 comedy series Sex and the City’ and Davis will reprise her role as ‘Charlotte York Goldenblatt.’
After receiving a coded distress signal from an uncharted mysterious island, 17-year old Sean Anderson, with his step-father Hank, embarks on a journey to search the island where he believes his long-lost grandfather is stranded. With a helicopter pilot and his daughter, they discover the spectacular island, meet Sean’s grandfather, but must find their way back before the island sinks under water.
Four couples, all of them close friends arrive on a tropical island couples therapy resort called Eden. Initially thinking participating in therapy is optional, they are quickly disillusioned to find therapy mandatory. The couples soon find themselves working through their issues gaining a better understating of life.
After a steady relationship, Carrie Bradshaw and Mr. Big are getting married. Her friends, Samantha, Charlotte and Miranda, are happy for her. However, following an unhappy marital discord, an upset Miranda inadvertently tells Mr. Big that marriage spoils one’s life. As a result, Mr. Big calls off the wedding. How would Carrie’s react when Miranda confesses about what she told Mr. Big?
Nine Months is a romantic comedy film, which revolves around a child psychologist who finds out that his long-time girlfriend is pregnant. However, he is a commitment-phobic person, and finds it hard to change his lifestyle.
Steve Finch is an optometrist, who is looking forward to have a great Christmas with his kids. However, his new neighbor starts decorating his house so brightly that it can be seen from outer space. This makes Steve jealous and the two begin competing with each other.
The story focuses on four Manhattan friends, Carrie, Samantha, Charlotte, and Miranda, each busy with her own set of problems. Among them, Samantha is a career woman, who is to devise a PR campaign for a sheikh's business in Abu Dhabi. Eventually the four friends fly off on an all-expenses-paid luxury trip to Abu Dhabi, not realizing that the country is run by more conservative laws.
A 300 year old sheepdog manages to escape from the laboratory, and it bites Dave Douglas, a prosecutor who is fighting a case against animal rights activists who firebombed a pharmaceutical company, due to animal experimentation. Soon Dave transforms into a sheepdog himself miraculously.
Mary Morrison is a successful novelist who is going through writer’s block. She hires an innocent young woman to watch over her two kids, while she tries to work on her new book. She soon develops a friendship with the young woman, Grace, but soon she is unable to determine between reality and fiction.