About Susan Carol Davis
Susan Carol Davis is the founder and president of Curious Dog Creative, a consulting service for film production, acting performance and development of clients’ dream projects. Davis diversifies her creative pursuits as director, producer, actress and arts educator. Denton, Texas is hometown with her degrees from Texas Christian University and the Presbyterian School of Christian Education in Richmond, Virginia.
Directorial projects are Story Town with Weldon’s which aired in October, 2017 during PBS KERA’s Frame of Mind 25th anniversary season, grant funded Living Art: Jo Williams, festival award-winner Retno’s Refusal and an inventive short film, Waking the Dead, with filmmaker, Elizabeth Harding.
Currently Susan is directing a short film for Texas Woman’s University about distinguished professor, Dr. Pauline Berry Mack and her role in developing useful studies for NASA which still continue through the research of TWU students in kinesiology.
Susan produced Retno’s Refusal; the documentary feature, When We Were All Broncos; Olive Tree Television’s web series, Spirit Horse, and the popular festival circuit short, The Importance of Blind Dating, featuring Stephen Tobolowsky.
As an actress, Susan’s roles include feature films My Dog Skip and Daddy & Them; television roles on Brothers and Sisters, Monk, Weeds, The Guardian, NYPD Blue and King of Queens and memorable stage roles with the Nashville Shakespeare Festival and Hollywood’s Actors Co-op Theatre.
Susan is a proud member of the Actors’ Equity Association, the Screen Actors Guild/American Federation of Radio and Television Artists and Women in Film-Dallas. Currently she chairs the Artists Enclave of Denton County and serves on the Thin Line Festival and Artists Enclave Governing Boards. For Susan, “Stage and Film are mediums that help all find stories which speak to the heart, soul and mind — no matter the age, geographic location or philosophic roots of the filmmaker or viewer.”
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