Lolita Davidovich is a Canadian actress. In 1981, she debuted in an episode of the sitcom Three’s Company. Later, she had her first movie role in 1983’s Class. Her breakthrough came in 1989 when she starred as Blaze Starr in the feature film Blaze. For her performance, she was nominated for the Chicago Film Critics Association Award for Most Promising Actress. In the ’90s, she had roles in the movies The Object of Beauty, JFK, The Inner Circle, Leap of Faith, and many others. For her work in the 1993 film Younger and Younger, she won the Tokyo International Film Festival Award for Best Actress. The following decade, she had recurring roles on the TV shows The Agency and The L Word. She also had roles in the films Hollywood Homicide and Kill Your Darlings. More recently, she starred as Kitty Menendez on Law & Order True Crime.