Geena Davis

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Virginia Elizabeth Davis, more popularly known for her screen name “Geena Davis,” is an actress, producer, writer, Olympic archer, and philanthropist most known for her roles in movies, such as “Stuart Little,” “A League of Their Own,” “The Accidental Tourist,” “Beetlejuice,” and “Thelma and Louise.” But Geena’s most striking role that made her an extraordinary female actor was playing the first female President of the United States in the 2005 to 2006 television series “Commander in Chief,” which showcased not only her remarkable prowess in acting, but also the woman’s resilience and ability of standing through the tough situations.

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