Mackenzie Davis was born in Vancouver to a graphic designer father and a hairdresser mother. Raised in her native Vancouver, Mackenzie Davis attended McGill University in Montreal, Quebec, then moved to New York City to study acting and attended the Neighborhood Playhouse School of the Theater.
Mackenzie Davis, who made her film debut in 2012's “Smashed”, attracted attention with her performance in the 2013 movie “Breathe In” with Felicity Jones and Guy Pearce. In the same year, she starred in the movie “The F Word” with Daniel Radcliffe and Adam Driver. She was nominated for the Canadian Screen Awards for her successful performance in this movie.
In 2015, she played the character of Mindy Park in the movie “The Martian” and gained a worldwide reputation with this performance. Mackenzie Davis has proven her performance in action science fiction movies time and again with her performances in “Blade Runner 2049” in 2017 and “Terminator: Dark Fate” in 2019.
Mackenzie Davis' performance in the 2018 movie "Tully” garnered great acclaim. Mackenzie Davis, who showed her talent in romantic movies with the character of Harper in the movie “The Happiest Season” in 2020, has succeeded in filling her career with movies in different genres, and TV series.
Notes from Mackenzie Davis' career
Mackenzie Davis started her career in 2011 with the short film “Alex”. Then, Mackenzie Davis acted in the short films “Moontown” in 2013, “Emptied” in 2014, “Memory Box” in 2015 and “Boomerang” in 2018.