Comedian and Actor Michael Davis a Member of the Arkansas Talent DataBase is this Weeks Guest on Arkansas Talent Conversations
Michael Davis discusses the reasons behind his comedy routines and his transition into film acting. Arkansas Talent Conversations is a weekly podcast that interviews Arts and Entertainment Professionals for perspectives into today's art, film and entertainment scene.
Michael Doc Davis reveals his purpose behind his comedy routines and how this blends so well with his work on charitable causes and the Arkansas CASA program. Michael found he has a way with people and a natural ability to make them laugh. Most often his vibrant personality corresponds well with his self deprecating humor, as is shown in this interview. At times his humor is projected into the serious areas of life and the charitable causes he works so diligently to promote. After approximately 5 years of comedy show promotion around the southern area of the country, Michael Davis is now branching out into lead acting roles. His latest is the main character, the male protagonist, in the thriller Tuckerman. Michael Davis is also an on air radio personality with his take on Un-DOCumented News. He is also currently writing a series of comedy short films, and plans a feature length comedy film starring himself and other members of the WTF, Way Too Funny, comedy troupe.
Michael Davis is a member of the Arkansas Talent Database. Arkansas Talent Conversations interviews, on a weekly basis, members of the Arkansas Talent DataBase (ATDB). The ATDB is a free resource website for all Arkansas residents involved in arts and entertainment. Whether they are, filmmakers, actors, artists, musicians, writers, and all entertainment professionals. "As this website resource grows, so are the opportunities for its members along with arts and entertainment visibility for Arkansas." Says Co-Founder Kevin Yares.