Marchánt Davis is an actor, writer and producer originally from Philadelphia, PA. He recently starred in Chris Morris’s long awaited sophomore feature THE DAY SHALL COME (IFC Release) which made its world premiere at the 2019 SXSW Film Festival, produced by Iain Canning, Emile Sherman and Anne Carey. Other film credits include: TUSCALOOSA and DOMINANT SPECIES. He received Lucille Lortel and Audelco Award nominations for his 2019 performance in AIN’T NO’ MO’ (written by Jordan Cooper) at The Public Theater. Other theater credits include: The Great Society on Broadway (dir. Bill Rauch), The Fever at The Public Theater/Under The Radar Festival (dir. Michael Silverstone) and Mad Forest at Williamstown Theater Festival (dir. Lila Neugebauer). Marchánt’s upcoming projects include: A Journal for Jordan (dir. Denzel Washington), Murika; a short in which he co-directed, co-produced and starred in with Fedna Jacquet. He holds an MFA from NYU’s Tisch Graduate Acting Program.