His face is instantly recognisable, either from the many blockbuster films that have marked his 34-year career – most notably, perhaps, Independence Day and Jurassic Park – or the series of Heineken adverts he starred in, which were aired ad nauseam during the 1990s.He's familiar even now at 55, despite the deeper laughter lines and flecks of grey in his once jet-black hair.Actress Geena Davis talks about her role on "Grey's Anatomy," playing The President of The United States on "Commander in Chief" and the 25th year anniversary of "Thelma and Louise." Geena Davis has also started the Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media.In 2005, Oscar-winning actress Geena Davis commissioned Stacy Smith, a researcher at the University of Sourthern California, to study why there were so few women both depicted in and making motion pictures.
She is known for her roles in Stuart Little, The Fly, Beetlejuice, Thelma & Louise, A League of Their Own, The Long Kiss Goodnight and The Accidental Tourist, for which she won the 1988 Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress.Last year, the ACLU asked state and federal agencies to investigate the matter. editorial director Jill Bernstein to talk about her work as a gender equality advocate and how she feels Hollywood is at a “turning point,” even if “the numbers haven’t changed” when it comes to equal representation onscreen.When asked why Davis decided to start her institute, she said that it was due to her kids. I haven’t had sex in six, eight months, maybe longer. I’ll meet the love of my life when I meet the person who can see through every layer I have that’s meant to distract you and throw you off. I believe in sexual freedom, I promote it, but me personally?