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Actress, Writer, Producer, Model



Franchesca Davis is a screenwriter, playwright, film, television and commercial actress. She grew up in Kansas City, Missouri and resided in New York City from 2012 to 2019. There, she participated in a sketch comedy troupe that did stage productions of Harlem’s: In Living Color at The Broadway Comedy Club in New York City.

Franchesca went on to write her first screenplay titled: Tsunami that went into production in July, 2021. It got officially selected for viewing in the Kansas City International Film Festival and Queens Underground Film Festival in New York City. It is the debut production from her company CHES Productions (Creating. Harmonic. Everlasting. Stories). Her next development will entail a play titled: Life’s Imperfections that will be produced and performed on stage in the greater Atlanta area.

From a young age, Franchesca was involved in performance art. At age 3, she enrolled in Smith Sister’s Dance Studio, located in Kansas City where she took tap, jazz and ballet. She went on to star in her first play at age 12, playing the Wicked Witch of the West in The Wizard of Oz. She went on to attend the University of Missouri-Columbia where she studied English and got involved in the school’s drama department.

She went on to star as the lead in How To Fold A Fitted Sheet, a film festival selected LGBT short film that is on Amazon Prime.

 Franchesca has continued to make her mark by starring in various independent films and a TV series pilot Black Zone, made in her hometown of Kansas City Missouri. She has trained with credited film, stage and television actor, Brian Cutler at Brian Cutler Actor Studio. She has also trained with Richard Alan Nichols, stage actor, director and teacher at the Actor’s- Craft Studio where she studied the Uta-Hagen Method and with Andy Garrison, actor, director and coach in the Kansas City Area.


Franchesca currently resides in Atlanta, GA. 



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