“Ow, ow, put it back!”: Geena Davis Put Her Oscar-Winning Acting Skills To Work After Getting Caught in an Elevator Door To Freak People Out

Geena Davis would often use a grotesque ability to prank others!

“Ow, ow, put it back!”: Geena Davis Put Her Oscar-Winning Acting Skills To Work After Getting Caught in an Elevator Door To Freak People Out

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  • Geena Davis revealed that she has the ability to bend one of her elbows in the opposite direction.
  • She has often used this strange ability to prank others!
  • Davis revealed that she would stand in an elevator and wait for the doors to close so that her arm would come in between
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Geena Davis’ lengthy career in Hollywood has made her establish herself as a force to be reckoned with. She has had some of the most iconic roles, working in massively successful projects like Thelma and Louise, Beetlejuice, The Long Kiss Goodnight, and Stuart Little. The actress has made a name for herself, as a truly exceptional, talented, and respected actress, focusing not only on her professional life but also on trying to make a difference in the world.

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Geena Davis and Susan Sarandon in a still from Thelma and Louise
Geena Davis and Susan Sarandon in a still from Thelma and Louise

She has also won a number of accolades to celebrate her performances, including winning an Academy Award in the category of Best Supporting Actress, for her work in The Accidental Tourist. Outside of her professional achievements, which are certainly quite a lot, that is also has a reputation for having quite a sense of humour. Showcased exactly this when she revealed a prank that she likes to play on people due to a biological difference in her body.

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Geena Davis Has A Hidden Talent

It is quite common for celebrities to share unique stories and details about themselves during interviews. A lot of the time, they will share a unique skill or talent that they have, like being double-jointed, or knowing how to do a handstand. Geena Davis was no different in this, revealing a skill that she also has.

Geena Davis
Geena Davis

“I have an elbow that bends the wrong way,”

The actress revealed, according to IMDb, that she has the ability to bend one of her elbows in the opposite direction. While it is quite disturbing the thing how that would look, it seems that the artist uses it for an advantage.

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Geena Davis Pranks People With This

While many celebrities would leave it at simply sharing this year that they have, Geena Davis, wins a little further, stating that she uses this biological difference to her advantage to prank people that she meets, according to IMDb.

Geena Davis
Geena Davis

“And I’d do things like stand in an elevator and the doors would close, and I’d pretend that my arm had got caught in it, and then I’d scream, “Ow, ow, put it back!”

The actress revealed that she would, oftentimes, stand in an elevator and wait for the doors to close so that her arm what come in between. She would pretend like it got caught in it and then she would start screaming, moving her album in the opposite direction, making it look as though her arm was broken. She would then go running around, acting as if it was actually true, asking the people around her to put it back, using acting skills to her advantage.

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