James Francis Peter Davidson
January 18, 1963
Davidson's first television role came as the pit reporter on the monster truck racing series Monster Wars, which lasted one season in 1993 before being cancelled. Davidson is best known for his work on the mid-1990s television drama Pacific Blue as protagonist T.C. Callaway, who started out as a rookie officer before he eventually assumed leadership of the force. Since then, Davidson has guest-starred in a number of primetime dramas and appeared on CBS daytime drama Guiding Light from 2001–2002 and 2005.
A television pilot based on the Snopes.com website, called Snopes: Urban Legends, was completed in 2002 with Davidson as host, but major networks passed on the project.
In 2003, Davidson released a CD of Christian pop songs, titled "As Long As I Have You". The CD was sold through his website and at shows around the United States, plus Portugal, Denmark and Canada.
Since 2007, Davidson has mostly worked as an accountant and as co-owner of an auto repair shop in Los Angeles. He had also done modeling beside his acting career.