Faye Davis, the bastard child of a French model and a Broadway director, was born into a world of art on January 3,1964. Her parents separated soon after her birth and she moved to New York with her father. Her father tried to show her love and affection, but he was always too busy with what ever show he was working with at the time. Her mother had all but relinquished her parental rights of Faye and only called once a year on her birthday and sent her gifts whenever she felt guilty. When Faye was fourteen, her mother asked that she come live with her; her career was slipping as she was aging and she needed something to distract herself from that harsh reality. Faye, elated to be close to her mother, agreed.
Life in Paris was not what she thought it would be. Her mother was emotionally abusive at best, never letting her speak to her father or go to the parties held at her lavish home. By the time Faye was sixteen, she had grown into the body of the woman she would be and her mother gave up any hope she had of her daughter becoming a model. Faye was barely 5'3 and far too curvy to fit into the lean fashions of the 1970's. However, Faye did show an incredible talent for design and her mother acquiesced to this. She introduced Faye to several popular French designers that she had worked with over the years and set her daughter up with her own studio.
Her career took off and soon she was invited to attend Fashion Week in New York, she made more contacts and before her twenty-third birthday she was working for a top designer and bumping elbows with celebrities and fashion models. Soon, she moved to Beverly Hills to work as a lead designer with an office of Rodeo Drive. Sadly, life at the top wasn't perfect. She was plagued by crushing depression and a budding drinking problem. On January 1, 1990 Faye decided to commit suicide, but was interrupted when she came across Adalrico Nikkos and Nathan Quinn. Either compelled by lust or pity, Adalrico embraced her.
In Life after death
Faye was released after twenty years under Adalrico's care. Not fond of the Invictus teachings, she opted for the Carthian Movement after spending a summer with her Aunt. After her full release she began working for LUXCorps as a medical designer. During this time, she traveled across the country to search for inspiration.
During this time she met Rosalyn Pharr, a young actress. Rose became one of Faye's best friends and constant companions, never asking about Faye's weird sleeping habits or questioning her "eccentricities". Due to Faye's feeding habits, she was often near starved of blood- making her nervous when ever Rose visited. On one awful night, Faye attacked Rose and nearly drained her of her blood. Faye has never forgiven herself to embracing Rose, often wishing that she had just let her die instead of being damned to this life.
In Love & Death
One night,she was at a large gathering in Washington, DC. From across a crowded room she met eyes with Robert Blackwell and it was lust at first sight. The two exited the party and went back to his lavish haven, where she stayed until her work called her away. Ever since this first encounter, they make a point to visit one another whenever they are both free. One night, after much passion and longing, they declared love for one another before they had to part once more.
Rumors and Lies
- Has the words "Property of Cpt. Robert Blackwell and Clan Ventrue" carved into her back after she decided to tempt his vice for "funsies"
- Due to an invitation to her friend/lover, she became engaged to a Ventrue, much to the chagrin of her brother. It is said that she couldnt stop staring at the Ventrue, while her brother roared off into the night.
- Faye knows exactly what she is doing, and is the most conniving of House Loris, hiding behind the lie of innocence.
- Faye has a split personality of which she is unaware that does things and then Faye gets blamed for them, not understanding why.
- Faye married a pirate to hide her torrid affair with more than 65 men. Possibly also women.
- "I didn't drink human blood when I was alive, and I don't intend to start now that I am dead."
-Faye to Ian Carson, her best friend
- Faye to Robert Blackwell "I watched something interesting about your God the other day, darling." "Oh? What's that?" "The little Mermaid."
- "There is so much potential in our little dove, so very much that childe could accomplish - across the span of centuries, even! - if only she saw in herself what I see when I look into her heart and her eyes." ~~ Miss Hayden Sinclair, spoken in regret to her broodmate about Faye Davis after an evening of angry words, broken vases, and missed opportunities.
- "The woman is naivety incarnate with the allure of Aphrodite. A dangerous chemical mixture to be sure." -- Nathan Quinn
- "Beneath that devious mind, lies a woman with a fierce heart and perfect to her core. She is a seductress.. but never get on her bad side. She will tear you up and spit you out quicker than the sea during a storm of a century. It must be why I care for her so."- Captain Robert Blackwell
- "Here is a unique quandary of your Requiem. Your hold upon your own morality is stronger than I have seen in any other kindred, and perhaps stronger than in many mortals I have had dealings." Marcus Covey
- "Despite her worldliness is ways of the flesh, Faye strikes me as a child in every sense of the word. I'm sure she would trigger every maternal instincts I have if she didn't so often make me want to beat my head against a wall."- Izquixochitl
- "Finding out I'm adopted was kind of a shock, but having a sib like Faye? Worth it."- Athenodora
- "We all still have our hearts. Some are removed from our humanity that they became beasts. There are some that latch on to their humanity."
Sound track for Faye
♦ "Judas" by Lady GaGa
♦ "King of Anything" by Sarah Bareilles
♦ "Take me home tonight" by Eddie Money
♦ "Take Care" by Drake and Rihanna
♦ "I'd really love to see you tonight" by England Dan and John Ford Coley
♦ "According to you" by Oranthi
♦ "Gods and Monsters" by Lana Del Rey