|Birth Day||August 4, 1942|
|Age||78 YEARS OLD|
Before becoming famous for his roles as General George S. Hammond and Major Garland Briggs on the respective television series Stargate SG-1 and Twin Peaks, Davis had a career as a University of British Columbia theater professor.
After earning an undergraduate degree in theater from Southwest Missouri State College, he took a break from his studies to serve in the United States Army. He later received both a master's degree and a PhD in theatre from Southern Illinois University Carbondale.
He appeared in the 1992 film A League of Their Own.
He grew up in Aurora, Missouri and later settled in British Columbia, Canada with his second wife, Ruby Fleming. Sadly, he died of a heart attack in his mid-sixties.
In several episodes of The X-Files, he played Bill Scully Sr., the father of Gillian Anderson's character Dana Scully.