Tod Davies

Tod Davies (born 1955, San Francisco) where she attended Convent of the Sacred Heart High School (California) located on Broadway St. and is a writer, publisher and producer. Davies is the wife of cult director Alex Cox. Davies's screenplay credits include Three Businessmen, in which she also appears briefly as an actress; and as a co-writer for the screenplay of the adaptation of Hunter S. Thompson's novel Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas. Although Cox did not direct the project, the Writers Guild of America twice determined that Davies' and his script be credited. Davies is also the uncredited screenwriter of Catchfire and The Hot Spot. She is the producer of Three Businessmen and Revengers Tragedy, the founder of Toxteth TV, an educational/media studio for young people, based in Liverpool, and the editor/publisher of the online magazine, Exterminating Angel Press. In 2005, she was Artist in Residence at St John's College, Oxford, and is a member of the Senior Common Room there. In 2009, Exterminating Angel Press became an independent press and published three books including The Supergirls by Mike Madrid, and Jam Today, a cooking memoir by Davies.

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