Kristin Davis Net Worth

February 5, 2024
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Kristin Landen Davis was born on 24th February, 1965 in Boulder, Colorado, USA. She is an actress well known for her role of Charlotte York Goldenblatt from the popular television series “Sex and the City” (1998–2004). She is the winner of two Screen Actors Guild Awards shared with other series “Sex and the City” cast members, and a nominee for an Emmy Award for the same role. She has been active in the entertainment industry since 1987.

How rich is Kristin Davis? Recently, it has been estimated that the net worth of this actress is as much as $60 million, though the only source of her income is acting.

Kristin Davis Net Worth $60 Million

To begin with, she always wanted to be an actress, and was focused on this ambition. After finishing high school she studied at Mason Gross School of the Arts which belongs to Rutgers University. There she graduated with a bachelor’s degree in acting, and then she pursued the career of an actress.

In 1987, Kristin Davis debuted on the big screen in the film “Doom Asylum” (1987) directed by Richard Friedman. Afterwards, she episodically appeared in various television series, including “Mann & Machine” (1992), “The Larry Sanders Show” (1993) and “Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman” (1994). However, it was the series of “Melrose Place” (1995–1996) created by Darren Star which helped the actress to reveal her talents and attract the attention of both critics and directors, but another leading role in television series “Sex and the City” (1998–2004) also created by Darren Star was even more successful. Though it was criticised for the subjects discussed, the series received worldwide acclaim.

Meanwhile, Davis starred alongside Rob Lowe in the action thriller film “Atomic Train” (1999) directed by David Jackson and Dick Lowry, and together with Meat Loaf starred in the thriller “Blacktop” (2000) directed by T. J. Scott. More, she landed the leading roles in television films such as “Someone to Love” (2001) and “Three Days” (2001). Unfortunately, since 2006 her appearances have received mostly negative or mixed reviews by critics. Neither a role in the comedy “The Shaggy Dog” (2006) directed by Brian Robbins nor the one in another comedy “Deck the Halls” (2006) received positive reviews. Even though both “Sex and the City” (2008 and 2010) franchise films were commercially successful, they were highly criticized, too. To make matters worse Kristin won the Golden Raspberry Award as the Worst Actress. One more role, which was also a failure, was been landed in the romantic comedy “Couples Retreat” (2009) directed by Peter Billingsley. Kristin’s last appearance on the big screen in the feature film “Journey 2: The Mysterious Island” (2012) received mixed reviews.

In 2014, Kristin Davis debuted on the West End theatre in the play “Fatal Attraction”. In her not so personal life, Kristin Davis has admitted to having problems concerning alcohol, and has undertaken a rehabilitation course so is now recovering.

Currently, Kristin Davis claims to be single. She has an adopted daughter, and they have a residence in Los Angeles, California, USA.

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