York Davis

York Davis

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Screenwriter, Playwright, Singer, Actor, Researcher and Editor

Ottawa, Canada

Member Since:
May 2014
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About York

B.A. and B.A.(hons) English and M.A. (International Affairs) Long career in solo tenor vocal music and onstage in theatre. (just ask me! lol!)

Unique traits: I Love researching and writing Victorian and Edwardian film scripts with theatre, art and early film elements. My first play then screenplay was "Cakewalk" about a vaudeville star who was the first to integrate all-white U.S. stages. Then came a one act play "Claire and Marie (Dressler)", set in the early talkies era. After another one-act WWII play "Churchill in Peril" , I wrote a feature script "I Love You, Oscar Wilde", which I'm marketing after a table-read by local stage actors and reaching PAGE semi-finals and finals NSI Features First (Canada). Am now completing a script for an hour-long, TV pilot for a 6 part series on Joseph of Arimathea's journey to Britannia with the Holy Family and Holy Grail.


  • Kitty

    Kitty Budget: $5M - $10M | Historical "In 1930's Depression New Zealand, an unwed poor widow causes a national scandal, by suing her new baby's wealthy father for Breech of Promise to Marry and backing out. Based on a true story."

  • Joseph of Arimathea

    Joseph of Arimathea Budget: $10M - $30M | Action "Joseph of Arimathea faces deadly perils to take his and adopted son Jesus' family, disciples and the Holy Grail to Britain, to spread Jesus' Word there."

  • I Love You, Oscar Wilde

    I Love You, Oscar Wilde Biography Drama Historical Romance A young Canadian artist madly in love with Oscar Wilde paints his portrait that inspires his controversial "The Picture of Dorian Gray," but struggles as his emerging lifestyle threatens her love.

  • Cakewalk

    Cakewalk Biography Notorious for the first movie kiss, Canadian stage-actress May Irwin introduces black dancers onto white American stages, to fulfil her beloved father’s dying wish.


  • Semi-finalist Page Screenwriting Competition 2015 with "I Love You, Oscar Wilde"

  • Finalist National Screen Institute Features First 2016 with "Frances Loves Oscar Wilde".


  • Carleton University

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