Davida was called on by HBO to do voice overs for their children's animated series Happily Ever After: Fairy Tales for Every Child.
Davida has a bubbling personality according to her parents.
Davida dressed and danced like boys in their group TG4, since that was there style and image.
Davida received the prestigious President's award in academics at Mount Saint Mary's College in Brentwood California.
Davida performed all the time to her family when she was younger.
Davida's passions are dancing, acting, and singing.
Davida describes herself as a "tom girl".
Davida embraces being a role model for other girls.
Davida was the first act to perform every night on the Scream 2 Tour.
Davida attended Mount Saint Mary's College in Brentwood California.
Davida was asked out on a date by Aaron Carter (singer).
Davida is good friends with Hilary Duff (actress/singer).
Davida has a half sister named Kenya Williams (actress).
Davida appeared as the face of "Galleria" on all of the books in the Cheetah Girls book series.
Davida graduated from Louisville High School in Los Angeles, California at the age of 15.
Davida was asked in 1994 to perform with Michael Jackson on his "Dangerous Tour" in Hawaii.
Davida was the only African American girl on Lizzie McGuire.
Davida has dark brown hair and dark brown eyes.
Davida is of Italian and African American descent.
Davida is 5 feet 2 inches tall.
Davida began her recording career as a background singer to an Aaron Carter CD project.
Davida was nominated for a Young Artist Award for best actress under ten in a television series or show for her role in Hangin' with Mr. Cooper in 1994.
Davida is a member of TG4.
She is the second person to join TG4 (TomGirls 4Eva).
Ashlie Brillault and Davida Williams have known each other since middle school.
Davida: (Talking about TG4 being the first act to perform every night on the Scream 2 Tour.) People think it would be hard because we're the only girls opening up for a bunch of boys, and at first it's difficult, but crowds are starting to warm up to us and like us. It's getting a lot better.
Davida: (Talking about the song "Virginity".) We're just trying to tell girls that you don't have to do anything you feel pressured to do.