Hi dear reader,
I was born in France but left at the age of four and grew up in Tahiti. I also lived in New Caledonia, Quebec (Quebec City & Montreal), Smyrna TN and now I am in the region of Boston MA.
I started as a model at the age of sixteen, I did four beauty pageants and went to a national. I started to take acting lessons early, I played in school plays and kept on going with theater (Moliere mostly and Aristophanes). After my diploma (Bachelor of Law), I did a small break and worked for awhile.
Now that I am in the land where everything is possible, I am coming back to my first true love: acting. I took classes with Peter Kelley in Boston and also Jim Pettibone, Joe Owens, Amy R. Handler and David Letendre at JRP New England.
To me, acting is more than a dream, it is a perspective of life. I do not see myself do anything else. What I love about it is to give emotions. Theater is amazing for this reason, an actor can directly communicate with the audience. It is a sacred link and an indescribable feeling. I am very passionate and emotional and, in this cold-hearted world, we actors have a chance to make people feel again, and this is wonderful. This is what I want to do. And make the little girls dream like I did!
I am mostly interested in action, adventure and sci-fi movies. I am very dirigible, love to learn and socialize! I could also spend hours watching the night-time sky but this is another story. I love animals and drive stick-shift cars.
A project? Yes!! I am working on a sci-fi screenplay at this exact time. In fact, as soon as I am finished with the bio, I am going back to Final Draft! I already finished the treatment but this is a hard and long work.
Well, I guess this is it. I would love to meet you so do not hesitate to network with me! Best of luck to all of you, stay true to yourself and respectful.
I am Non-Union and have absolutely no problems working for a sandwich ;)
Name: Jac Davyn
Lives in: Lyon, France
Mother tongue: French
Fluent in English
Basics in Spanish and Russian
Tattoo between the shoulders.
Scar on the left wrist.
Film by Deigh Klein Dev (lead)
Nominated for Best Dramatic Monologue - NEABO