Kristin Davis' love for elephants is not new as she fell in love with the huge animal as young 4 years old girl. She disclosed her love to the online publication 'Stark Insider' who interviewed the actress who has become a Hollywood star in large part due to her role on the television show "Sex and the City" which became a hit movie with a sequel and rumours that a third movie might emerge.
The beautiful actress who played Charlotte York Goldenblatt on "Sex and the City" stunned fans with her "eye-opening and heart wrenching" documentary in which she provides viewers with an up-close and personal experience of her visit to Kenya to bring attention to the potential that elephants could become extinct in 10 to 15 years.
She teamed with filmmakers Austin Peck and Anneliese Vandenberg to make the documentary which premiered at the Mill Valley Film Festival and it puts a spotlight on the challenges faced by the "on-the-ground heroes" who are doing everything they can to stop the poachers.
The actress is bringing much attention to the diminishing numbers of elephants with her star presence and has even taken the step to adopt an orphaned elephant.
Social media entertainment observers have found themselves impacted by her philanthropic effort and also the talent she has shown with her move behind the camera. The documentary has been very successful in getting the attention of her fans and has some fans and entertainment observers thinking that this move behind the camera for Kristin Davis might become a more frequent occurrence.
Will Kristin Davis become similar to some of her Hollywood colleagues such as Clint Eastwood and Salma Hayek who balance being behind and in front of the camera for their projects? This might be the next step in her career evolution because the reviews coming from the "Gardeners of Eden" suggest that she is very good as a producer and thus could likely be sensational as an actor/producer.