Davidovich has enjoyed success as a lead actress in major films from the very beginning of her screen career when she starred opposite Paul Newman in Ron Sheltons BLAZE in 1989. From there, she has continued to star in a variety of distinguished screen and television roles. Davidovichs list of film credits includes Mark Rydells INTERSECTION, Richard Pearces LEAP OF FAITH, Oliver Stones JFK, Andrei Konchalovskys INNER CIRCLE and opposite Donald Sutherland and Brendan Fraser in Percy Adlons YOUNGER AND YOUNGER, for which she received the Best Actress award at the Tokyo Film Festival. Her television work includes the HBO miniseries "Prison Stories: Women On The Inside", for which she received a Cable ACE award nomination.
A Canadian-born daughter of Yugoslavian parents who settled in Ontario, Davidovich studied acting in Chicago, New York and Toronto.