Angie Davis is an award-winning director, producer, and writer. She is best known for her work in television, having directed episodes of popular shows such as Criminal Minds, The Good Place, and American Horror Story.
Davis was born and raised in Los Angeles, California. She graduated from the University of Southern California with a degree in film and television production. After college, Davis went on to work as an assistant director on a variety of films and television shows.
In 2012, Davis was given her first directing job on the series Criminal Minds. She has since directed multiple episodes of the show, as well as episodes of The Good Place, American Horror Story, and The Bold Type. She has also directed two feature films, The Vision and Nightcrawler.
Davis is passionate about supporting diversity and representation in the film and television industry. She is an active member of the Directors Guild of America and Women in Film. She also regularly volunteers with organizations such as Reel Works and the Sundance Institute.
In 2017, Davis was honored with the Humanitas Prize for her work on the episode of Criminal Minds titled "A Beautiful Disaster." She was also nominated for an Emmy Award in 2020 for her work on the series I May Destroy You.
Davis is currently working on a variety of new projects and is passionate about telling stories that challenge the status quo. She hopes to inspire others to pursue their passions and make their dreams a reality.