Lolita Davidovich recently shot a season arc on ABC’s “How to Get Away with Murder” and appeared on the NBC limited series “Law & Order True Crime: The Menendez Murders” for Dick Wolf productions as Kitty Menendez. She has appeared as Ray Liotta’s character’s wife on NBC’s “Shades of Blue” as well as in "The Longest Ride" based on Nicholas Sparks’ novel for FOX, playing Scott Eastwood’s character’s mother. Davidovich appeared in the second season of HBO's “True Detective” as Taylor Kitsch’s character’s mother as well as in ABC’s “Blood & Oil” as Joan Collins' Alexis Colby-type ex-wife of Don Johnson.
Davidovich is known for her breakthrough title role as Blaze Starr in the film "Blaze," for which she received Chicago Film Critics Association Award nomination. She later had starring roles in films include "Leap of Faith," "Raising Cain," "Intersection, Cobb," "Jungle 2 Jungle," "Gods and Monsters," "Mystery Alaska" and "Play it to the Bone."