Lolita's first movie, "Blaze," was where she met her husband Ron Shelton. Since then Lolita has worked with Ron on the movies "Cobb", "Play it to the Bone", "Mystery Alaska" and "Dark Blue".
Although Lolita played the part of Gaby's mom in the movie "Now and Then" the scene where the girls see Gaby's mom walking across the street in her thigh-high boots is actually played by Racee Martin who filled in for Lolita that day. Lolita was unavailable for filming on the day the scene was shot.
Lolita was considered for the role of Maria Ruskin in The Bonfire of the Vanities. She turned the part down and it was given to Melanie Griffith.
Lolita Davidovich auditioned for the role of Diana in the movie Indecent Proposal and lost out to Demi Moore.
Lolita Davidovich auditioned for the role of Joanne in the movie A Few Good Men but was passed over for the role.
Lolita participated in the 2003 World Poker Tour.
She had to repeatedly audition for six months and purposely gain weight to win the role in the movie "Blaze."
Much of her body was faked for the movie "Blaze".
Before making it on the big screen Lolita worked the stages in Chicago under the name Lolita David.
She provided the voice for the ship "Jester" in the 1995 movie Chronomaster.
Thanks for her Yugoslavian parents, Lolita was raised speaking Serbo-Croatian and learned English as a second language.
When she was 10, her parents divorced and she stayed with her mother.
In 2005 she was nominated for a Gemini award for her guest-starring role in "The Eleventh Hour".
In 1997 she was nominated for a Golden Satellite Award for her role in "Harvest of Fire".
In 1993 she earned the Best Actress Award at the Tokyo Film Festival for her role in "Younger and Younger."
Lolita's first leading role in a feature film was for the movie "Blaze," where she was cast by the movie's writer-director Ron Shelton who is the father of her daughter Valentina.
Lolita's first appearance on film was in 1983's "Class" where she had a bit part.
Lolita earned a CableACE Award nomination for her performance as an inmate in "Prison Stories: Women on the Inside" which aired on HBO back in 1991.
Lolita is 5'8" tall.