Bruce Davison Biography
(Actor and Director Known for His Role as ‘Willard Stiles’ in the Horror Film ‘Willard’)
Birthday: June 28, 1946 (Cancer)
Born In: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
Bruce Davison is an American actor and director known for starring in the films ‘Willard’ and ‘Ben.’ He is also popular for featuring in the X-Men movie franchise as the antagonist Senator Robert Kelly, and for his Golden Globe-winning performance in the flick ‘Longtime Companion’. Born to a musician and architect father and a secretary mother, Davison was primarily raised by his mother after she separated from his father when he was just three years old. Following his high school education, he graduated from New York University's acting program in 1969, and also made his film debut that year with a role in ‘Last Summer’. Since then, Davison has continued to act in films, television shows, and stage productions. Extremely versatile as an actor, he has also served as a writer, director, and producer. On a personal note, he has a daughter with his current wife Michele Correy. He also has a son with his ex-wife and fellow actor Lisa Pelikan.