Kat Rina Davis

Kat Rina Davis is an American actress born and raised in Rochester, NY and is a woman of multiple talents. Wife and mother, she advocates for autism awareness and is a published author of a children's book, Have You Seen My Birthday? The 2010/2019 TANYS Award Recipient for the stage plays, The Sunshine Boys/You Shouldn't Have Told, and 2015 Roc Awards Best Actress winner, was first bitten by the acting bug in 2009 and has since performed in a host of stage plays, short films, and web series which includes: August Wilson’s play, Fences (Imani Theatre); Dominique Morisseau’s play, Detroit ‘67 (Blackfriars Theatre); Whitley Body’s play, I Won’t Be Silenced: The Story of Zora Neale Hurston During the Trial of Ruby McCollum (Seminole State College); These Streets Don’t Love You Like I Do (feature film; Sunmoonrising Films); Bus Driver (short film; A Emily Altmann Production); Waiting Fear (short film; A Lokean Production); The Church (comedy web series; A Colors Studios Production); and various promo videos.