Guy Davis (born May 12, 1952 in New York, NY), is the son of stage and film performers Ossie Davis and Ruby Dee. Davis is an award-winning blues guitarist, actor, and musician. Davis made his stage debut at age 16 in the play "Cotton Comes to Harlem". He recorded an album for the Folkways label in 1978, appeared in the film "Beat Street" in 1984, appeared on the daytime television drama "One Life to Live", appeared in the play "Mulebone"--with a score by Taj Mahal--in 1991. He also portrayed bluesman Robert Johnson in the play "Trick the Devil" in 1993.