Julie Davis, wrote, produced, directed and edited the ultra low budget comedy I Love You, Don't Touch Me! which premiered at the 1997 Sundance Film Festival, and was theatrically released in 1998 by MGM/Goldwyn Films. Opening to enthusiastic reviews from The Los Angeles Times' Kenneth Turan, who called the film sexy, honest and consistently funny, and The New York Times' Janet Maslin, who dubbed Davis the female Woody Allen, Davis was able to raise the independent financing for her second film Amy's Orgasm. Following the same themes as her debut film, but acting as the more mature, grown-up version of it, Amy's Orgasm deals with the neuroses that accompany post-feminist sex in the new millennium. Davis makes her feature film acting debut in the role of self-help author Amy Mandell, and is proud to say that after ten years of working as a stand-in, movie extra and soft porn video editor, she is finally living her dream. Davis' third film, the romantic comedy All Over the Guy, was released in August 2001 by Lions Gate.
Note: This profile was written in or before 2002.
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|Birthplace||Miami Beach, Florida, USA|