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Josie Davis is an American actress, best known for her roles as Sarah Powell in the television sitcom Charles in Charge from 1987 to 1990.

Josie Davis  is an American actress, best known for her roles as Sarah Powell in the television sitcom Charles in Charge from 1987 to 1990.

Josie Davis (Josie Rebecca Davis) is an American actress, best known for her roles as Sarah Powell in the television sitcom Charles in Charge from 1987 to 1990.

Josie Davis Age

Davis is 46 years old as of 2019. She was born on January 16, 1973, in Los Angeles, California, U.S.

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Josie Davis Relationship

At 44 years old, Josie Davis does not have a husband and she has never been married. That said, the tall and elegant actress still does not have a large dossier of relationships in the past or maybe she has been able to keep most of it from the media.

Her first love affair that became public was her relationship with fellow American Actor Dax Griffin. The relationship began in 1997 and by 2011 the two finally parted ways. Before this, she had probably had other relationships as she has revealed that her first boyfriend was a Mexican.

The next relationship that the actress would get into which became public was with yet another American actor, Jacob Young. Her relationship with the actor who is 6 years her junior didn’t have any specific time of the dating. Even as details about their relationship is sketchy, Jacob young has gone on to date and marry Christen Steward with whom he now has three children.

At the moment, it is unknown who the woman is dating, but there are indications that she may as well still be single. In a tweet, she once said thatin her series, she has written a comedy that is about dating and being single. She claimed it is about her “horrible love life.”

It could as well be that she has a boyfriend, but she is all mum about it. She has stated in 2014 via tweet that she had a boyfriend. It is not known if the relationship was able to survive or if it has come to an end.

Josie Davis Career

After Titans came to an end, Davis left TV to pursue film work. Did she act in films, including the Nicolas Cage-directed Sonny, opposite James Franco and Scott Caan, The Trouble with Romance with Kip Pardue, and Kalamazoo? with Mayim Bialik, among other indies.

She was also the lead actress in the television movie The Perfect Assistant, which premiered on Lifetime on January 2, 2008.

She also did thrillers The Perfect Student with Natasha Henstridge, Seduced by Lies with Lochlyn Munro and Marc Menard, Past Obsession with Lochlyn Munro and comedy Stealing Roses with John Heard and Cindy Williams. Davis not only is an actress but has ventured into producing and is also a screenwriter.

born in Los Angeles, California, began her career acting in commercials at the age of three years. She played Sarah Powell on Charles in Charge for four seasons. Sarah Powell was a quiet, bookish character, and after Charles in Charge wrapped, Davis had a difficult time shedding that image and getting people to forget the character she created and to see her as pretty.

Beginning as a teenager, Davis studied acting with the Brooklyn-born Paul E. Richards—Lee Strasberg’s “right-hand man” at the Actors Studio in the 1950s. At 24, she auditioned and became a member of Actors Studio. At the time, the judges were Martin Landau, Mark Rydell, and Shelley Winters. Josie was one of only two performers selected to join that year.

Davis was cast as Camille Desmond on Beverly Hills, 90210 in 2000. She then was cast in the other Aaron Spelling show, Titans opposite Victoria Principal and Yasmine Bleeth.

Her other television credits include working opposite Clifton Collins Jr. on Fear Itself, with David Spade on Rules of Engagement, with James Woods on Shark, Ghost Whisperer, a Christmas episode of Two and a Half Men, NCIS, CSI: Miami, Burn Notice, Chuck, Bones, and a recurring role opposite Skeet Ulrich and Gary Sinise on CSI: NY.

Josie Davis Net Worth

Josie Davis is an American actress who has a net worth of $1 million dollars.

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Filmography

Year

Title

Role

2017

Locked In

Ann Marie

2017

Secrets of My Stepdaughter

Cindy Kent

2016

Backstabbed

Paulette Bolton

2015

The Garden

Anna

Accidental Obsession

Heather

2013

Notes from Dad

April Sutton

Dirty Teacher

Molly Matson

Past Obsessions

Shane Walsh

2012

Mantervention

TSA Supervisor

The Perfect Student

Tara

2011

Stealing Roses

Sally

2010

Seduced by Lies

Laurie Colton

The Ascent

Emily Wilks

The Cursed

Mrs. Jimmy Muldoon

2009

The Trouble with Romance

Karen

2008

Twilight

Lucy/Nikki

McBride: Requiem

Ava Fletcher

The Perfect Assistant

Rachel Partson

2007

Chasing Tchaikovsky

Josette

Tranced

Annie Bodie

In The Land Of Merry Misfits

Gwendlyn

Carolina Moon

Faith Lavelle

2006

Kalamazoo?

Carol Cavanaugh

Be My Baby

Linda

2005

Blind Injustice

Detective Susan Tyrell

2003

Lotto

Stacey

2002

Sonny

Gretchen

L.A. Law: The Movie

Chloe Carpenter

Psychic Murders

Serafina Dalton

2001

Slammed

Shane Masters

1997

Badge of Fear

Officer Samantha Edwards

1995 Beach House Sorority Sister

TV filmography

Year

TV Show

Episode

Role

2012

Hollywood Heights

Eddie Feels at Home

Daphne Miller

The Double Date

The Paparazzi Photo

The House Party

Melissa’s Birthday

Eddie & Chloe Meet Oz

The Music Video Rehearsal

The Songwriting Contest

Loren Gets Lost

The Announcement

2011

Breakout Kings

One For Money

Kate Lavin

2010

Chuck

Chuck Versus First Class

Serena

2009

CSI: NY

Manhattanhenge

Calliope Eckhart

Cuckoo’s Nest

Bones

The Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood

Paula Lindbergh

CSI: NY

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Calliope Eckhart

Burn Notice

Shot in the Dark

April Luna

2008

Fear Itself

Family Man

Kathy Mahoney

Rules of Engagement

Optimal Male

Clarissa

2007

Shark

No Holds Barred

Kelly Abbott

Ghost Whisperer

The Cradle Will Rock

Sally Jenkins

2005

Two and a Half Men

Santa’s Village of the Damned

Sandy

Eve

The Lyin’, the Witch and the Wardrobe

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How Josie On ‘Legacies’ Can Win The Twin-Merge

Legacies, the spinoff of The Vampire Diaries and The Originals, has added many new characters to the TVD universe, but my favorite by far is Josie Saltzman (Kaylee Bryant). Josie is the daughter of Caroline Forbes (Candice King, a Vampire Diaries cast member who has yet to appear on Legacies) and Alaric Saltzman (Matthew Davis), and she and her twin sister Lizzie (Jenny Boyd) are powerful witches. The problem: they belong to a coven witches that has a ritual that allows them to pass on their magic to the next generation. The ritual involves a pair of twins, who on their 22nd birthdays merge into one. The dominant twin wins, and becomes leader of the coven, while the weaker twin dies. Fans of the franchise will remember this from season 6 of The Vampire Diaries. In Legacies, Josie and Lizzie are the twins next in line to complete the merge.

Josie is kind, smart, and full of heart. She’s extraordinarily capable when she wants to be, but most of the time, she is submissive to her twin sister Lizzie. Lizzie is vain and selfish, and uses her sister for her own ends in every step she takes. At this rate, when they turn 22, Lizzie will win the merge for sure. However, if the most recent episode of the show, “Let’s Just Finish the Dance,” has taught us anything, it’s that Josie could win if she starts to stand up to Lizzie.

In the episode, Josie’s ex-girlfriend, Penelope Park (Lulu Antariksa), finally reveals why she’s been pushing Josie to stand up for herself against Lizzie: she knows about the merge. To clarify, Josie and Lizzie do not know about their fated twin-merge. Alaric and Caroline have kept it a secret from them as Caroline spends all of her time searching for a way around it (which is a clever excuse for the show to explain why Caroline isn’t around since Candice King is not on the show). But thanks to Penelope’s snooping, it seems that after this episode, Josie will know about it too. Penelope’s not exactly much of philanthropist, so until now it was confusing why she cared so much about Josie standing up for herself, but now it’s clear; she was literally trying to save Josie’s life.

Is standing up to Lizzie really the only thing standing in the way of Josie winning the merge? It seems so. In past episodes, we’ve seen that Josie has a much better handle on her magic than Lizzie does. She has a focus that Lizzie lacks, she keeps calm in a crisis, and she’s been secretly studying offensive magic too much success. Lizzie exhibits very little control on her magic – it often bursts out of her in one of her emotional fits, she spends very little time honing her skills, and she’s not nearly as creative as Josie. If Josie would finally learn to be her own person instead of her sister’s whipping boy, she could crush Lizzie easily.

The question is, will Josie even want to? I think most fans probably want her to. Lizzie is vain, selfish, and mean; her gaining so much power and becoming a leader of the coven would be a disaster, while Josie would probably be a fair leader. However, Josie’s so used to sacrificing her own happiness to fulfill her sister’s wants, that she may decide to submit herself, to make sure that her sister wins the merge, and lives. I would hope that she decides to fight for her own life, but we’ll just have to see what happens next.

Source: Forbes