|Geena Davis Quick Info|
|Date of Birth||January 21, 1956|
|Eye Color||Dark Brown|
Geena Davis is an American actress, former model, executive producer, and advocate who has famously starred in films like Beetlejuice (1988), Tootsie (1982), Thelma & Louise (1991), A League of Their Own (1992), The Accidental Tourist (1988), etc.
Virginia Elizabeth Davis
Wareham, Massachusetts, United States
Actress, Executive Producer, Former Model, Advocate
- Father – William Davis (Civil Engineer, Church Deacon)
- Mother – Lucille Cook (Teacher’s Assistant)
- Siblings – Danforth Davis (Older Brother)
6 ft or 183 cm
73 kg or 161 lbs
Boyfriend / Spouse
Geena has dated –
- Richard Emmolo (1977-1984) – She was married to restaurateur Richard Emmolo from March 25, 1981, until June 27, 1984.
- Christopher McDonald (1983-1985)
- Jeff Goldblum (1985-1991) – Geena tied the knot with her co-star Jeff Goldblum on November 1, 1987. However, their marriage only lasted until 1991.
- Renny Harlin (1993-1998) – On September 18, 1993, she got married for the 3rd time to Renny Harlin. However, their divorce was finalized in 1998.
- Reza Jarrahy (1998-2017) – In 1998, she started dating neurosurgeon Reza Jarrahy and the couple allegedly got married on September 1, 2001. Geena gave birth to daughter Alizeh (b. April 10, 2002) and fraternal twin sons, Kaiis and Kian (b. May 6, 2004) at the age of 46 and 48 respectively. The couple separated in November 2017. She strangely claimed that they were not legally married after her husband filed for divorce in May 2018. Their divorce was finalized in December 2021 and they also agreed to change Kaiis and Kian’s last names from Davis-Jarrahy to just Jarrahy.
Race / Ethnicity
She is of English, Scottish, and Welsh descent.
She often tends to dye her hair light brown and blonde.
- Vibrant, one-sided dimpled smile
- Beauty mark on her cheek
- Tall stature
Geena Davis Facts
- One of her earliest jobs was playing a window mannequin for the retail chain, Ann Taylor.
- Three of her films – Tootsie (1982), A League of Their Own (1992), and Thelma & Louise (1991) are included in the National Film Registry by the Library of Congress for being ‘culturally, historically or aesthetically’ significant.
- The Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media was launched in 2007 with the aim to create a more prominent role for female characters in the entertainment industry.
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