Phil Davis Sr, is a graduate of Buffalo State College and a born and raised Buffalonian. He made his local acting debut in Feb 2004 in the play Polk County at the Paul Robeson Theatre under the direction of June L Saunders-Duell. His first theatre mentor Paulette Harris motivated him to step out on faith and enter an original comedic monologue he wrote into the Stage Reading Workshop at the National Black Theatre Festival in North Carolina, which got selected to have a reading at the Festival. This monologue became his first and to date most successful original stage play "The Call" which was witnessed by over 800 people in its weekend debut in March 2007 at the Buffalo Science Museum Auditorium. His other theatrical roles include "Ruined" at Ujima Theatre under the direction of another of his mentor’s Lorna Hill, "Raisin in the Sun" at Subversive Theatre, "Last Days of Judas Iscariot" at Road Less Traveled, touring pieces and reenactments with Alafia Theatre, Motherland Connextions and Research Foundation of Buffalo State College just to name a few. As founder and CEO of Alemaedae Theater Productions, Phil has written and produced many plays, skits and sketch comedy shows, including "The Call", "Grateful" (Kleinhan's Easter Play for his home church True Bethel Baptist), "FBE", "Let’s Get In", "Touched By An Angel", "Wonderful World of Peter Williams" for which was nominated for Best New Play in the 2013 Artie Awards, and many more. Phil is the creator and director of the hit late night sketch comedy series SNLMAO that debuted at the Road Less Traveled Theatre in 2012. His company along with Xavier Films in cooperation with Ujima Company co-produced the play "Zooman and the Sign" in 2011, directed by Phil's long-time theater mentor Willie Judson, which was extended due to popular demand. Phil wrote and directed his first feature length film "Skp Trcrz" a debt collections comedy film that is currently in the Film Festival circuit after premiering at the Market Arcade Film & Arts Centre to great reviews and laughs. Phil was the casting director and acting coach for the feature film "The Romans", co-written & directed by Korey Green (Knuckle City Films / Black Rose Films) that won two awards at the San Diego Film Festival and Phil was also the casting director for the short film "“Black Malice" featuring Karlie Redd from Love & Hip-Hop. Phil is the co-writer of the musical "The Destiny of Rose" which was adapted from a story created by Christopher Pearman, former manager and father of Raven Symone. The show premiered at the Buffalo Academy for the Visual & Performing Arts in 2016 and is currently set to remount in Atlanta, GA. Phil is also the writer and director of the TV series "Daddy's Girl Club" which is currently being screened at several venues and being shopped around to several networks for a distribution deal. By day he is a Counselor with Canisius College Academic Talent Search Program. His biggest accomplishment to date was becoming the proud father of Phil Davis Jr, David Davis, step-father to Tajunai & Eugene DeBose Jr and most of all husband of Taura “Chyna" Stephens-Davis who along with being his life partner, doubles as his co-writer, co-producer and business partner for most of Alemaedae's productions.