“I am an honest advocate for the characters that I play.”

St. Louis, Missouri native, Edgar L. Davis’ theater career began in Minnesota in 1988 performing with such companies as The Penumbra Theater and The Great American History Theater. In 1993, he earned an MFA in Acting from the University of Minnesota. In 1995, he toured the U.S. with the Childrens' Theater Company's production of Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm. In 1997, he wrote a one-person show, Island of Mirrors, chronicling his adventures as an English teacher in Japan. The play has been produced on video by British director Sophia dia Pegrum in association with VisionBox Media Group in Culver City, California. Edgar also appears in Bill Paxton’s directorial debut, Frailty.