Virginia Elizabeth Davis (Geena Davis) was born on January 21, 1956 in New York City. She is an actor, activist, producer, and former model.
She has been nominated for an Academy Award and a Primetime Emmy, and has won both an Academy Award and a Golden Globe.
She was a 2019 recipient of the Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award for her decades-long fight against gender inequity in Hollywood, both on and off screen.
Davis is a supporter of the Women’s Athletics Foundation and a proponent of Title IX, a federal statute that prohibits gender discrimination in athletics and has since been expanded to include educational institutions in the United States.
It’s been 30 years since Geena Davis and Susan Sarandon soared over the canyon crest in the thrilling ending of the iconic film Thelma & Louise.
The activist mother wishes for her children to choose a different road in life than she did – and refrain from becoming performers, stating that “if none of my children become actors, I will have done my job well.”
Geena Davis and Children
Geena Davis, 65, is the mother of three children with her ex-husband Reza Jarrahy.
At the age of 46, the Thelma & Louise actress gave birth to Alizeh Keshvar, and their twin boys Kaiis Steven and Kian William at the age of 48.
Alizeh Keshvar Davis
Alizeh Keshvar Davis Jarrahy, 19, is Geena Davis’s firstborn child with her fourth spouse, surgeon Reza Jarrahy.
She was born in 2002 in Los Angeles, California, and has maintained a low-key lifestyle throughout her life.
The teen was born into an affluent household and enjoys a life of luxury.
Steven Jarrahy Kaiis
Kaiis Jarrahy, 17, is Kian Jarrahy’s twin brother.
“My daughter was two years old when they were born, which meant we had three children under the age of three at home,” their happy mother explained following their birth.
Jarrahy Kian William
Kian William Jarrahy, 17, is the twin brother of Kaiis Steven Jarrahy.
Geena was 48 years old when her twins were born.
The pair was born on May 6, 2004, and when they were 13 years old, their parents separated.