Lex Scott Davis is a multitalented actress from Baltimore, Maryland, who began dancing and acting as a 3-year-old.
Davis made her studio debut in 2018 as the female lead in Sony Pictures' remake of "Superfly." She also starred in Universal and Blumhouse's "The First Purge," which served as the prequel to the Blumhouse hit horror franchise. Davis is currently in production alongside Jason Momoa on Netflix's action film "Sweet Girl" and coming up she has "A Lot of Nothing," in which she will star alongside her husband, Mo McRae, who will also be directing. Most recently, Davis appeared in "Son of the South," a feature which marks the directorial debut of Oscar®-nominated editor Barry Alexander Brown and executive produced by Spike Lee.
On the television side, Davis was recently seen in a guest-starring arc in "The L Word: Generation Q," Showtime's highly anticipated sequel to the revolutionary show.
Davis graduated from Drexel University as a dance physical therapy major before moving to New York to study at the New York Film Academy in 2013. She relocated to Los Angeles in 2014 to pursue a career in film and television. Davis made her television debut starring as legendary singer Toni Braxton in the Lifetime movie "Unbreak My Heart," with record-breaking premiere numbers for Lifetime.