A native of West Texas, Hunter grew up in the small town of Andrews near the Midland/Odessa area. Always loving to perform, Hunter knew at an early age that he wanted to be an actor and go into the field of entertainment.
Hunter became heavily involved with theatre from middle school through high school, participanting in the drama club and multiple plays including Rumors, The Crucible, and Into the Woods. He also got his start creating original content by writing and performing several sketches for pep rallies and school events.
After receiving both Theatre and Art scholarships, Hunter attended MCC, becoming an active member at the Midland Community Theatre and the Odessa Globe Theatre. He continued acting, notably playing lead roles in Charley's Aunt, Dangerous Liaisons, and also portraying Mercutio in Romeo & Juliet in joint production with MCT and the Globe.
After completing his degree, Hunter transferred to the Department of Theatre and Dance at the University of Texas in Austin. While at UT, Hunter had a heavy emphasis on playwriting and screenwriting in additon to pursuing a Bachelor of Arts in acting. During his time in the drama program, Hunter had stand-out performances in several productions including The Last Word and Cymbeline. He also wrote and produced his original variety stage show, The Hunter Davis Christmas Special, to much acclaim. After graduation, Hunter moved to Los Angeles to further his career.
Since relocating to L.A., Hunter has kept up his passion for theatre, working with the Long Beach Shakespeare Company and many other companies including the Hayworth and Morgan-Wixson theatres. He also studied at the Groundlings School of Improv and collaborated with a variety of comedy troupes such as Frog Island Comedy.
More recently, Hunter has gained a following as a rising internet personality with a dead-on impression of actor Sir Ian McKellen that has been featured on G4's Attack of the Show and Web Soup as well as Last Call with Carson Daly and the Today Show. His videos and work have since garnered a growing fan base with over 2 million views. This has helped paved the way for a promising voice-over career, with Hunter now appearing in video games such as the Skylanders: Spyro's Adventure series.
As of late, Hunter has kept steadily involved with mulitple projects including remounting The Hunter Davis Christmas Special for it's west coast premiere. Re-written and produced with long-time collaborator Francisco Rodriguez, the show received high praise and reviews, and the two hope to perform it again in the near future.
In late 2013, Hunter released the award winning web-series The Dark Knight Retires. Written with co-producer and director Mike Melo, Season 1 is now available online with Hunter portraying both the titular character and several heroes and villains. At present, Hunter continues to pursue film, television, and theatre work in the Los Angeles area while producing original content with an emphasis on not only quality, but creativty as well.