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Didrik Davis was raised northeast of Detroit, Michigan on the shores of Lake St. Clair. He's one of 6 kids born to Eddie and Karen Davis. He channeled reckless juvenile hijinks that would make Johnny Knoxville cringe into a career as a pro wrestler. His menacing presence led to on-screen success in "Squire Bill" , Lee Martin's Midnight Hour and, notably as the aggressive but somewhat slow "Billy" opposite blaxploitation icon Fred "The Hammer" Williamson in Ryan Thompson's cult hit "Zombie Apocalypse Redemption". Garnering great praise for his empathetic work in student films such as 2011 MotorCity Horrorcon favorite "Man of The House" and his portrayal of a brutal Serbian thug in Detroit/Windsor International Film Festival winner "The Paper Man". He still resides near Detroit, frequently volunteering his spare time as a handyman for the elderly and homebound
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