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Subject: Broadway Actor Bruce Anthony Davis

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Date Posted: Tuesday, October 08, 07:25:01am

Bruce Anthony Davis, Sr.

Bruce Anthony Davis, Sr. was born on March 4, 1959 in Dayton, Ohio to Hubert and Brenda Davis. He gained his wings to be with the Lord on October 3, 2019. Bruce was a very caring person. He always kept a smile on his face and told a great joke or two.

He was very well known for his successful career as a Broadway star, singer, dancer and actor. He was widely known for his appearances in the plays Chicago, Damn Yankees, The High Rollers and All That Jazz.

He graduated from The Edward Kennedy “Duke” Ellington School of Performing Arts in Washington, D.C., where he majored in Dance. He danced like tomorrow would never come. He was very passionate about his craft. He left home at age 13 to pursue his career. He returned home to Dayton in 2002. He taught dance to the kids at Stivers School for the Arts. He donated and volunteered at the Dayton Boys Prep Academy.

He was preceded in death by his father, Hubert Davis, his mother, Brenda R. Davis and his brother Eric Davis. He leaves to cherish memories two sons, Bruce Davis, Jr. and Christopher Davis, one daughter Dominique Davis; three brothers: Kevin, Ronnie and Kirk Davis; one sister Linda Y. Davis and a host of other relatives and friends.


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