American actress Mackenzie Davis rose to fame in 2013 after playing the role of Nicole in the romantic comedy ‘The F Word,’ directed by Michael Dowse. She is famous for working in films such as The F World (2013), The Martian (2015), Tully (2018), Blade Runner 2049 (2017), and Terminator: Dark Fate(2019). With this content, the reader will be able to know more about Mackenzie Davis’s age, body statistics, family, birthday, biography, net worth, affair, TV, films, etc.

Mackenzie Davis age, birthday, debut, biography


Real Name – Mackenzie Davis (Nickname – Mackenzie)

Date of Birth – April 1, 1987

Age – 33 years

Birthday – April

Birth Place – Vancouver, Canada

Debut – Smashed (2012)

Known for – The F World (2013) and Blade Runner 2049 (2017)

Ethnicity – White (Welsh ancestry)

Education – Graduation from McGill University in Montreal, Quebec

Nationality – Canadian

Profession – Actress, model, and musician

Religion – N/A

Sun sign – Aries

Website – N/A

Mackenzie Davis height, weight, and body measurement


Height – 178 cm in centimeters, 1.78 m in meter and 5’10” inches in feet

Weight – 55 kg in kilograms and 121 lbs in pounds

Bra Size – 32 inches

Cup Size – B

Body Measurements – 34-24-34

Breast Size – 34 inches (86cm)

Waist Size – 24 inches (61cm)

Hip Size – 34 inches (86cm)

Shoe Size – 8 (US)

Dress Size – 4 (US)

Hair Color – Blonde

Eye Color – Blue

Body Type – Hourglass

Build – Slim

Sexuality – Straight

Tattoo – Yes

Distinctive Features – Height, face, and eyes

Mackenzie Davis family and relationship status

Father – John Davis

Mother – Lotte Davis

Siblings – N/A

Marital Status – Unmarried

Affair (dating) – N/A

Mackenzie Davis Instagram pictures

Followers – 52k


Mackenzie Davis latest news

Jon Stewart’s Irresistible starring Davis to be released on OTT

Mackenzie Davis net worth

$3 million (US dollars)

Income source: Films and television

Mackenzie Davis movies/television shows/filmography


2011 – Alex

2012 – Smashed and The Hat Goes Wild

2013 – Breathe In, The F Word, Bad Turn Worse, and Plato’s Reality Machine

2013       Moontown

2014 – That Awkward Moment and Emptied

2015 – Freaks of Nature, A Country Called Home, Memory Box, and The Martian

2016 – Always Shine

2017 – Izzy Gets the F*ck Across Town and Blade Runner 2049

2018 – Boomerang and Tully

2019 – Terminator: Dark Fate

2020 – The Turning, Irresistible as Diana Hastings, and Happiest Season as Harper


2012 – I Just Want My Pants Back

2014 – Halt and Catch Fire

2016 – Black Mirror

2017 – No Activity

2020 – Station Eleven as Kirsten

Davis awards and accolades

2013 Canadian Screen Award nomination

2016 Monster Fest Award for Best Performance in a Feature Film (Female)

2017 Special Jury Award – Best Breakout Performance Napa Valley Film Festival

2017 Tacoma Film Festival Jury Prize for Best Performance

Davis quotes/interviews

On getting and searching for intimate female relationship roles

“I guess both. The first thing I thought when you were speaking was of a point when I was auditioning in Montreal before I moved to New York when I was still in college and just trying to see if I could get jobs. There was a role on Blue Mountain High. It was a show about football and there was an audition for, like, a cheerleader who one of the football players loses his ring inside when he finger-bangs her. When I received that audition I was like, you know what? I never want to play someone’s fucking joke. I never really wanna play someone’s girlfriend, and I never really want to play somebody that’s observing somebody else have a story. I don’t need to be the leader of the story, but I know that I don’t just want to be an actress. I want a particular version of a career, and I wouldn’t be happy if I made a career as the girl who gets jewelry lost inside her womb. But that’s just me!”

On girls’ education during a pandemic

“Their education has been completely halted for the moment. Obviously, there’s a fire going on in the house and we all are paying attention to Covid-19, but there are other less immediate consequences from the crisis that we’re going through right now. And as always, I think girls and women in the global South are the ones that pay the fine for whatever the crisis is—they get the most disenfranchised from whatever local or global trauma exists. There was supposed to be a fundraiser on April 23rd that had to be canceled because of the times we’re living in. But that fundraiser provides over half a million dollars for the support for the program, which is all of the scholarships, all of the materials to build schools.”