July 15, 1961
|Other name(s)||Lolita David|
|Occupation||Film and television actress|
Davidovich was born in London, Ontario, the daughter of immigrants from the former Yugoslavia. Her father was from Belgrade, the capital of Serbia and her mother was from Slovenia; she spoke only Serbian during her early years. She studied at the Herbert Berghof Studio in New York. Davidovich is married to writer/director Ron Shelton, a former minor league baseball player in Baltimore's system.
Davidovich is occasionally credited as "Lolita David". She first received notice co-starring in Blaze (1989) with Paul Newman, for which she beat out 600 other actresses for the title role of the burlesque performer Blaze Starr. She later appeared in several episodes on the first season of the Showtime lesbian-themed television series, The L Word playing the character Francesca Wolff, and also appeared on an episode of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, as a grandmother.