Netflix ‘Sabrina’ Star Lucy Davis Talks Show Secrets and More in Exclusive Q&A

 

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28 January 2020

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Netflix ‘Sabrina’ Star Lucy Davis Talks Show Secrets and More in Exclusive Q&A

Actor Gushes About Vegan Food and Her Adopted Dog in Magical New Video

London – Just in time for the return of her hit TV show, Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, Lucy Davis is back in a spellbinding new Q&A for PETA US, in which she shares how her refusal to eat meat off or on camera affected her character’s storylines.

Davis says, “[W]e had some episodes where my sister Zelda talks of wanting to eat long pig. … Hilda found all of this quite repulsive. Gradually as time went on and because obviously I don’t eat meat myself and I didn’t want to eat it in the scenes or anything, I noticed that a great script came along where Hilda made the Dark Lord a vegetable pie. … [S]o I was really pleased.”

When she’s not making magic on set or whipping up her favourite vegan dishes, like dairy-free cheesecake, Davis is likely playing hide-and-seek with her adopted dog, Gracie. And she adds that her love of animals doesn’t fall far from the tree: “[M]y nephew, for example … got chickens, and … he just loves them so much, so now he doesn’t eat chicken,” she says. “[W]hen you connect with loving people and loving [animals], all our energy changes around that.”

PETA – whose motto reads, in part, that “animals are not ours to eat or abuse in any other way” – notes that animals raised and killed for food develop friendships; feel joy, love, pain, and fear; and want to live just as much as we do. Each person who goes vegan saves the lives of nearly 200 animals every year.

Davis is part of a long list of celebrities – including Evanna Lynch, Amanda Holden, Sharon Osbourne, Charlotte Crosby, and Bella Thorne – who’ve teamed up with PETA or its affiliates to promote kindness to animals.

PETA opposes speciesism, a human-supremacist worldview. For more information, please visit PETA.org.uk.

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