Kristin has been nominated for five SAG Awards. From 2001-2005, she was nominated for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series for Sex and The City. She won in 2002 and 2004.
In 2004, Kristin was nominated for a Golden Globe for Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Series, Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for Television for Sex and The City.
In 2004, Kristin was nominated for an Emmy for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series for Sex and the City.
When Kristin was ten years old, she was cast in a community theater production of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.
Kristin's favorite candy is Peppermint Patties.
Kristin dated actor Jeff Goldblum in 2002. She has also dated actor Alec Baldwin.
Kristin was a model of the Dutch apparel label B-Young and has appeared in it's advertising campaign.
Kristin has three step-sisters from her father's first marriage.
Kristin starred in an advert for peanut butter during her early career, despite the fact that she hates the taste of peanut butter. The brand of the peanut butter was Simply Jif Peanut Butter.
In 2007, Kristin and her former Sex and the City castmates began filming the SATC film, due for release in 2008.
Kristin did commericals for Odor Eaters and Kraft Salad Dressing before her Hollywood days. She also appeared in TV commercials for New Head & Shoulders, Sneaker Tamers, and 7-Up Plus.
Kristin was adopted by her stepfather as a child. She met her biological father in 1995.
Kristin says that her worst subject during her schooling years was Mathematics.
In the movie Deck the Halls, Kristin plays Matthew Broderick's (her Sex And The City co-star Sarah Jessica Parker's husband) wife.
Kristin's childhood hero was Gloria Steinem.
Kristin is best friends with Melanie Shatner.
Some of Kristin's hobbies include yoga, baking and hiking.
Kristin is the spokesperson for Maybelline cosmetics, having appeared in many TV commercials for the company.
Kristin enjoys a wide variety of music, from Dave Matthews to Brazilian music to Joni Mitchell folk music.
Kristin graduated from Rutgers University where her father was a psychology professor.
Her parents divorced when she was a baby, and she was adopted by her stepfather after he married her mother in 1968.
She was written out of Melrose Place in 1996 after only being with the show a year, reportedly because the viewers hated her character, Brooke, so much and the writers did not know what to do with the character.
Height: 5' 6" (1.68 m)
Kristin starred in a 2002 television pilot along with fellow actress Gina Torres that was titled Soccer Moms. It was about two suburban mothers moonlighting as private detectives. It was never picked up.
Kristin tells In Touch Magazine, "I'm a hard-core Prada addict. I can't think of a time I've entered a Prada store and not bought something."
She is the only of the four main actresses from Sex and the City to guest-star on Friends.
Her full name is Kristin Landen Davis.
Kristin: We all get so caught up in our day-to-day lives and have so many gripes. But when you see the way others live and how they make the best of it, you'll realize how lucky you are.
Kristin: If I was going to do anything, I'd be a producer, only because I'd like to have a say in what gets made and what doesn't.
Kristin (on her "Sex and the City" character, Charlotte): She's really, very funny. I would never describe Charlotte as a prude. Maybe at the start, but that was in comparison to the other girls. She wasn't willing to do the stuff they were doing and I mean, thank goodness! I think she has some themes, like wanting security, that many women relate to. That's what's so great about our show, plus it shows the different choices that women have.
Kristin: I may not be perfect, but I'm trying.
Kristin: Adoption is wonderful. I think there are many different ways lto do it. I'm an only child, so it's hard to picture the whole multi-chid situation. Cynthia has two children and it is unbelievable the amount of work involved. I have the most respect for it in the world, but I'm not sure if I'm cut out for it.
Kristin: It's nice to be with someone, but I don't think you need to be in a relationship to feel complete. That would be really sad.
Kristin: At one point, they offered me this part to play a drug-dealing, gun-selling butch lady. I don't know how to describe her but she had like a crew cut and stuff. I was like, "Is this a joke?" And they said, "No, we think it would be great because everyone would be like, "Oh, look at what we've done to Charlotte."" I was like, "Well I can't do that!"
Kristin (on her childhood): We were very rich culturally. One Sunday each month, we would do this thing called Chamber Pots at somebody's house. A classical music group would come over and we'd have dinner. There were thirty people - parents and kids - and we'd sit on the floor and listen to this beautiful music. I never appreciated it until I was grown up and realised how lucky I was to be exposed to so much, so young.
Kristin (on her "Melrose Place" character, Brooke): Oh my God, it was awful! One time I was in a department store and, as I was walking around, I could hear women whispering: 'There's Brooke - that bitch!' I wanted to scream: 'I'm not Brooke, I just play her on TV!'
Kristin: She's really very funny. I would never describe Charlotte as a prude - maybe at the start, but that was in comparison to the other girls. She wasn't willing to do the stuff they were doing - and I mean, thank goodness! I think she has some themes, like wanting security, that many women relate to. That's what's so great about our show, plus it shows the different choices that women have. (on her "Sex and the City" character, Charlotte)
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