Amy Davidson may be best known for her role as Kerry Hennessy on 8 Simple Rules. Yet, she started in the entertainment business as a dancer, after her parents enrolled her in dance classes as a young child. A member of the award-winning dance production company, Dance Motion,…more
Actually cried on the 8 Simple Rules episode entitled: "Goodbye, Paul" in 2003.
Amy's best friend is Kaley Cuoco.
Amy was a judge on MTV's Little Talent Show.
In 2005, Amy starred in the Hallmark Channel's Original TV movie Annie's Point alongside television veterans Betty White and Richard Thomas. She portrayed 'Ella', a 19-year-old college dropout who agrees to travel cross country with her grandmother (White) in order to spread her grandfather's ashes in a significant spot - "Annie's Point".
Amy is fortunate to surround herself with a tight group of friends and her former 8 Simple Rules family.
In order to improve her 'jam sessions' in the car, Amy began taking voice lessons.
Amy is a skilled dancer in the forms of, ballet, pointe, hip hop, and modern dancing.
Amy went to Shadow Mountain High School, in Phoenix, AZ.
Amy is active in the National Exchange Club, a service organization dedicated to making a difference in communities and youth through a variety of positive programs.
Amy's astrological star sign is Virgo.
Amy is 5' (1.52 m) tall.
Amy currently resides in Los Angeles, where she owns her own home.
Amy continues to keep her spirit of dance alive by attending classes at Cardio Barre, a workout studio where exercisers can experience an aerobic class done at a ballet barre.
Amy enjoys a variety of activities that keep her physically fit, these include; running, weight training, hiking, boxing, and skiing.
Amy appeared in an episode of So Little Time with 8 Simple Rules co-star Billy Aaron Brown, he played wheelchair bound Rob.
Even though Amy plays the younger sister of Kaley Cuoco on 8 Simple Rules, Amy is really 6 years older then Kaley.
Amy Davidson: My latest project has been fixing up my new place. Although I'm anxious to settle in, it's kind of nice doing a little at a time.