|Also Known As: ||
||September 8, 1991
||November 6, 1949
||Cause of Death:
||assisted suicide (Davis had been suffering from complications from AIDS)
||Tallahassee, Florida, USA
RATE AND COMMENT
Joined Alcoholics Anonymous and gave up drug use
New York stage debut in "Crystal and Fox"
Won music talent contest at age 17
Appeared on TV soap "How to Survive a Marriage" for ten months
Film acting debut in "Midnight Express"
Played an AIDS activist in off-Broadway play, "The Normal Heart"
Changed name from Robert to Brad when he found there already was an Equity actor with his name
Acted in Atlanta theater before moving to New York
Appeared in last role in cable TV drama, "A Habitation of Dragons"
Tested HIV-positive when he donated blood to a hospital
TV movie debut in "Sole Survivor"
Starred in the title role in the mini-series "Robert Kennedy and His Times"