Hold on to your Manolos, because Carrie Bradshaw and Charlotte York Goldenblatt reunited last night at a gay bar in New York City West Hollywood.After attending an amfAR benefit earlier in the… READ MORE >
Kristin Landen Davis (also listed as Kristin Lee Davis; born February 24, 1965) is an American actress, known for playing the role of Charlotte York Goldenblatt on HBO's Sex and the City. Davis was born in Boulder, Colorado. An only child, her parents divorced when she was a baby. She was adopted by her stepfather, professor Keith Davis, after he married her mother, Dorothy, a university data analyst, in 1968. She has three sisters from her adoptive father's first marriage. Early in her childhood, she and her parents moved to Columbia, South Carolina, where her father served as provost and teaches psychology at the University of South Carolina. Davis wanted to be an actress from the age of 9, when she was cast in the Workshop Theatre production of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. Davis lived in South Carolina until she graduated from A.C. Flora High School in 1983. She then moved to New Jersey, where she attended Rutgers University. Davis graduated with a bachelor's degree from Rutgers University's Mason Gross School of the Arts in 1987. After graduation in 1987, Davis moved to New York and waited tables before opening a yoga studio with a friend. In 1991, she acted in a couple of episodes of the daytime drama (soap opera) General Hospital. Her big break came in 1995 when she landed the role of villainess Brooke Armstrong Campbell on the nighttime drama Melrose Place. She left the show after one year when producers decided to kill off the character. Davis also had roles in other television series including Friends, Will and Grace and Seinfeld. In 1998, Davis was cast as Charlotte York in Sex and the City and remained an integral cast member until the series ended in 2004. She received an Emmy nomination for her role in the final season.