Geena Davis

Biography: Enrolled in New England College-then transferred to Boston University where she earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in 1979. She moved to New York and had a few odd jobs, perhaps the most unusual was working as a "mannequin" in a department store window.Her stunning beauty and ability to draw crowds of window shoppers led her become a model.She even did a modeling job was for Victoria's Secre, looking fabulous in their lingerie.
In 1982 she made her acting debut in television on a situation comedy "Buffalo Bill", where she also wrote an episode for the show. She went on to win a recurring role as a maid on the widely popular sitcom "Family Ties"(1982-1989). Her first feature film appearance was with Dustin Hoffman in "Tootsie" (1982). The TV and film debuts led her to become a much sought after actress with many successful films in the '80's. She earned an Oscar for Best Supporting Actress in 1988 for her uniquely acted role in "The Accidental Tourist". She continued to
Enrolled in New England College-then transferred to Boston University where she earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in 1979. She moved to New York and had a few odd jobs, perhaps the most unusual was working as a "mannequin" in a department store window.Her stunning beauty and ability to draw crowds of window shoppers led her become a model.She even did a modeling job was for Victoria's Secre, looking fabulous in their lingerie.
In 1982 she made her acting debut in television on a situation comedy "Buffalo Bill", where she also wrote an episode for the show. She went on to win a recurring role as a maid on the widely popular sitcom "Family Ties"(1982-1989). Her first feature film appearance was with Dustin Hoffman in "Tootsie" (1982). The TV and film debuts led her to become a much sought after actress with many successful films in the '80's. She earned an Oscar for Best Supporting Actress in 1988 for her uniquely acted role in "The Accidental Tourist". She continued to reign supreme in her work into the '90's with her Oscar nomination for a four star role in "Thelma and Louise". Many fans also loved her cutting edge performance in "A Long Kiss Goodnight", where she did her own stuntwork and really kicked the "bad guys' butt, as Charly "the spy". She continues to delight her fans who can see her every week in her sitcom "The Geena Davis Show"- Tuesdays at 9:30 p.m. on ABC...
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Geena Davis' Scores

  • Movies
  • TV
Average career score: 66
Highest Metascore: 88 Thelma & Louise
Lowest Metascore: 39 Me Him Her
Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 9 out of 13
  2. Negative: 1 out of 13
13 movie reviews
Title: Year: Credit: User score:
67 Beetlejuice Mar 30, 1988 Barbara Maitland 8.8
44 The Long Kiss Goodnight Oct 11, 1996 Producer / Samantha Caine/Charly Baltimore 8.6
67 A League of Their Own Jul 1, 1992 Dottie Hinson 8.5
88 Thelma & Louise May 24, 1991 Thelma 8.2
79 The Fly Aug 15, 1986 Veronica Quaife 8.1
87 Tootsie Dec 17, 1982 April Page 8.1
53 The Accidental Tourist Dec 23, 1988 Muriel Pritchett 7.9
72 When Marnie Was There May 22, 2015 Yoriko Sasaki 7.7
61 Stuart Little Dec 17, 1999 Mrs. Eleanor Little 6.8
tbd Accidents Happen Apr 22, 2010 Gloria Conway 6.8
66 Stuart Little 2 Jul 19, 2002 Mrs. Eleanor Little / Mrs. Little 6.5
56 Quick Change Jul 13, 1990 Phyllis Potter 6.5
79 In a World... Aug 9, 2013 Katherine Huling / Katherine Huling 6.5
39 Me Him Her Mar 11, 2016 Mrs. Ehrlick 4.6
tbd CinemAbility Nov 8, 2013 Herself tbd