Christine Davis is an actress, writer and teaching artist with a passion for storytelling and making characters come alive.
She is a Bates Testifying Expert in litigation and works with attorneys, businesses, and nonprofit organizations. Her expertise encompasses accounting, financial analysis, economic damages assessment as well as expert testimony.
Christine Davis has had a storied career in the entertainment industry. She began as a soap opera actress and quickly rose to become one of the most acclaimed female actors worldwide.
Her breakthrough role came on Fox’s Melrose Place (1992-1999), where she played Brooke Armstrong Campbell. Unfortunately, she left after only one year due to audience disapproval of her character.
She then went on to star in Sex and the City (1998) as Charlotte York, earning her a Primetime Emmy nomination in 2004 as well as receiving the Women in Film Lucy Award honoree.
Davis is an active supporter of animal welfare and refugee issues in her spare time. She has raised funds for Oxfam and traveled to countries such as Haiti and Africa in support of these causes, serving as a Maybelline celebrity spokeswoman in the process.
Davis is renowned for her acting career, but she also dedicates time to animal welfare and refugee issues. She has raised money to care for baby elephant orphans and spoken out against sexual assault against female refugees in Congo.
She has never been married and is open to finding the right person for her children; someone whom she can commit to for life and with whom she will enjoy having a shared future. It is essential for her that the person is compatible and that there will be an understanding between both parties regarding expectations.
She adopted Gemma Rose in 2011 and they currently reside in Los Angeles, California.
Davis has had a variety of roles over the years, such as Brooke Armstrong Campbell on Melrose Place (1995-1996). Additionally, she costarred with Rob Lowe in Atomic Train’s lead role.
In 1998, she made a splash as Charlotte York on HBO’s Sex and the City. Her portrayal of a loveable and upbeat heroine cemented her place as an international star.
Davis continued to choose projects carefully, even after her successful portrayal of Charlotte York. She gravitated toward family-friendly movies and comedies instead of the dramatic ones which had initially made her famous.
Christine Davis has been a Senior Associate with Skadden since 2015 and specializes in Technology and Data Practice. She’s renowned for her work representing Broadcom Corporation during their $4.8 billion acquisition of Avago Technologies and Intel Corporation during their purchases of Mobileye NV.
She enjoys cycling and spending time with family and friends. A native of Concord, Massachusetts, she holds a degree in Chemical Engineering from St. Olaf College in Northfield, Minnesota. For her efforts she was recognized as California Lawyer Attorney of the Year 2016; additionally she writes regularly for Skadden client alerts and publications.
Christine is an experienced community-minded professional with a longstanding history of service to her local area. Currently, she serves as Assistant Neighbourhoods and Cohesion Manager for Northern Ireland Housing Executive.
She is passionate about aiding people through life transitions. As both a licensed social worker and board certified case manager, she has over two decades of experience working with clients to help them successfully move into their next chapter.
She holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Central Connecticut State University, an MA in student personnel in higher education from the University of Georgia, and an Ed.D. in educational leadership from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. Since 1995 she has worked extensively within student affairs.