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Over the years, she’s played a number of roles, from outlaw Thelma, the housewife in the feminist classic Thelma & Louise, to her role as an Oscar-winning dog trainer in The Accidental Tourist.

She founded the Geena Davis Institute, a gender-focused media nonprofit that won last month’s prestigious Emmy Award for Governors, and has long advocated for the inclusion and equal representation of women in the entertainment industry.

However, he sometimes has self-doubt and self-doubt. That was true early in her career, as Davis, who studied theater at Boston University but always wanted to be on screen, learned from modeling while working as a live-in retail mannequin.

“I was the type of person who couldn’t stand people looking at me, or if they were staring at me, I’d be like, ‘What, are they judging me or something?'” people make a point of looking at me,” he said. “So I don’t know. The only thing I can conclude is that I was attracted to the ability to be someone else.”

The model helped Davis book her first acting gig in 1982’s Academy Award-winning film Tootsie, which opened many other doors. Davis says that each of his films has taught him something, and that he is no longer swayed by the self-critical voice in his head.

In her new memoir, The Death of Kindness , Davis reflects on her career, relationships, activism, and her “journey into evil” in general. Speaking to Morning Edition’s Rachel Martin about the book, she reflected on her favorite characters and how they were portrayed.

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