Davis Factor

Davis Factor



Davis Factor is an American film director and actor. He is best known for his directorial debut, the critically acclaimed "Gardens of the Night" (2008), which won the Grand Jury Prize at the 2008 Los Angeles Film Festival.

Factor was born in Los Angeles, California in 1975. He grew up in a family of five — his parents, two brothers and himself. His father was a successful entrepreneur and his mother was a stay-at-home mom. From a young age, Factor was drawn to the entertainment industry. As a teen, he acted in student films and local theatre productions.

After graduating from high school, Factor attended UCLA's School of Theatre, Film and Television. During his time there, he wrote and directed numerous short films which were screened at various film festivals. After graduating from UCLA, Factor started directing music videos for local bands. His music videos gained him recognition in the indie music scene and eventually led to his first feature-length film, "Gardens of the Night."

"Gardens of the Night" tells the story of two young runaways who find themselves in a dangerous world of human trafficking and exploitation. Factor's raw and powerful direction garnered him critical praise and earned him numerous accolades, including the Grand Jury Prize at the 2008 Los Angeles Film Festival.

Factor has since gone on to direct a number of acclaimed feature films. His second feature film, "Lymelife" (2009), won the Waldo Salt Screenwriting Award at the 2009 Sundance Film Festival. His third feature film, "Premium Rush" (2012), was a box-office success.

In addition to directing, Factor has also acted in numerous films and television shows. His most notable roles include the lead in the indie drama "The Perfect Storm" (2009) and a recurring role in the hit series "Entourage" (2010-2011).

Factor is currently based in Los Angeles and continues to direct feature films. He is considered one of the most exciting new directors in independent cinema.

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