Over the years, the Canadian movie industry has seen many of its actors and actresses soar above unimaginable heights as a result of their consistency, hard work, passion for the art, and superlative performances on both the small and big screen. From Pamela Anderson to Ryan Reynolds, Italia Ricci, Leslie Nielsen, and then Mackenzie Davies, the list of successful Canadian stars boasts quite an overwhelming number of movie gods and goddess who have been able to entertain many households for decades.
Mackenzie Davis found a niche in acting in the year 2011 when she made her first minor screen appearance in the short film, Alex. Her next gig was in Smashed, wherein she was cast as Millie in the 2012 film. The following year, the actress was discovered by American screenwriter/film director/producer Drake Doremus, who projected her as a supporting character in the film Breathe In.
Riding on her successful roles in the aforementioned projects, the beautiful actress began to pick up roles from several filmmakers. Although she has many accomplishments ahead of her, she has been able to live up to expectations so far in the television series and movies she has starred in, some of which include Bad Turn Worse as Sue, Plato’s Reality Machine as Sophia, Moontown as Shayna, That Awkward Moment as Chelsea, Memory Box as Isabelle, Izzy Gets the F*ck Across Town as Izzy, Blade Runner 2049 as Mariette, I Just Want My Pants Back (TV series, as Lucie), Halt and Catch Fire (TV series, as Cameron Howe) Black Mirror (2016), and Tully (2018, as Tully).
Currently, she is working on the following movies which are expected to shake the movie-viewing community – The Turning and Terminator.
Who Is Mackenzie Davies?
She is a New York City-based Canadian actress born to a South African mom called Lotte and an English dad known as John Davis on April 1st, 1987, in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Her mom is a graphic designer while her father is a hairdresser. Jointly, the couple owns a hair care company known as AG Hair Care. Founded in 1989, the family’s hair care line is the largest independent producer of professional hair-care products in Canada. It is based in British Columbia, Canada.
As regards to Davies’s education, she studied at McGill University in Montreal, Quebec and proceeded to take up a course in acting at the Neighbourhood Playhouse, in New York City. The Vancouver-born star who stands at a height of 1.78 meters and weighs 55 kilograms in body mass also has a Canadian Screen Award nomination to her name for her role in the 2013 film, The F Word.
Is She Dating Anyone, Who Is The Boyfriend?
For her good looks and acting skills, Mackenzie Davies has won many hearts and has continued to impress her fans ever since she tasted stardom in showbiz. However, one question that keeps popping up anytime she flashes her adorable face either on the red carpet or screen has been who her prince charming could likely be. Davies’ relationship status has sparked up a huge curiosity among her fans for years and the fact that she has not been spotted with any guy has continued to strengthen speculations that she is more interested in her career than in men.
Although she keeps information about her personal life all to herself, we can establish that the blonde beauty is not dating anyone at the moment. She is presumed to be very much around in the market, waiting for the right man who will woo her and eventually win her heart.
Interestingly, the Canadian screen diva has no documented past relationship. In other words, it is not known if she has been in an open relationship with a guy before stardom or not. She has never shared such information with her fans and it appears she is not ready to do so.
Mackenzie Davies may be single and may have dated and given birth to children for several guys in movies but in real life, she has not given birth to children of her own for any man in the past or in recent time, as she has never been married. Nevertheless, her fans are positive that she will find her prince charming someday in the future and also have her own kids for him.