Beau Davidson

Beau Davidson is an American recording artist, songwriter, and SAG/AFTRA actor.
Early life and education
In 1999, Davidson graduated from the all-male private preparatory Memphis University School. He holds a degree in vocal performance and political science from Northwestern University.
Educational background
Davidson starred as "Frid" in the Ravinia Festival's production of Stephen Sondheim's A Little Night Music with George Hearn, Patti LuPone, Zoe Caldwell, and Marc Kudisch. Upon graduation, Davidson played Prince Alexander in the Chicago Shakespeare Theater's production of The Little Mermaid.
Professional background
Davidson has appeared on the NBC daytime drama Days of Our Lives and as an extra on The WB Television Network's Gilmore Girls.
In between projects, Davidson wrote music that he later self-released as a digital EP titled The Good Hurt. His debut single was called "More Than I Can Give." Though Davidson was unable to get signed by a record label or production company, the corresponding music video landed on the websites of CMT, Great American Country, MTV, and VH1.
In 2008, Davidson was the Nashville winner of Season 3 of CMT's Music City Madness, which put him in the Top 64 finishers of the contest. He did not make the finals.
In August 2008, Davidson was asked by the New Zealand TV show Sunrise to write an honorary lullaby for Keith Urban and Nicole Kidman's daughter, Sunday Rose.
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