Born to actors Peter Davison and Sandra Dickinson at just four minutes after midnight on Christmas Day 1984, Georgia attended St Edwards School in Oxford. She retained her father's real name (Peter Davison is the stage name for her father, his real name is Peter Moffett - however was unable to register it with Equity, as there was another actor by the name Peter Moffett at the time) before pursuing a career in the entertainment industry.
She has performed alongside her father in Red Dawn (as Tanya Webster), a Big Finish Doctor Who audio drama.
She has also had roles in many other television dramas, including Peak Practice, Like Father Like Son and The Bill, as Sam Nixon's troubled teen daughter Abi - who was featured in a number of major storylines. She took on a recurring role in the ITV drama Where the Heart Is, for the 2004-2005 series as Alice Harding.
She has appeared alongside her father (playing his daughter) in the BBC sitcom, Fear, Stress & Anger and starred in the comedy-drama, Bonkers, as Debbie Hooper in 2007. In April 2008, she appeared as Officer Penny Bishop in the BBC sitcom My Family.
Georgia reportedly auditioned for the part of the Ninth Doctor's companion Rose Tyler in the 2005 BBC revival of Doctor Who, although the role eventually went to Billie Piper. She also auditioned for a role in the Agatha Christie episode of Doctor Who. She was unsuccessful but impressed the producers so much she was offered a more substantial role in a later episode.....
In "The Doctor's Daughter", the sixth episode of the 2008 series of Doctor Who, Georgia played Jenny, a person created from the Doctor's own DNA - an in-joke, as her real life father is an actor who played the Fifth Doctor.
She played "Kylie Roman" in the BBC Three show - [spooks] Code 9 and played Lady Frances Derwent in an Agatha Christie "Miss Marple" story called "Why Didn't They Ask Evans?" shown on ITV.
She has recorded a Doctor Who New Adventures audio book, reading the story "Snowglobe 7" written by Mike Tucker and has voiced the character of Cassie Rice in a Doctor Who Animated Adventure called "Dreamland" shown on BBC Children's Television in November 2009 (UK).
Georgia made a brief appearance in one episode of The Bill, reprising her character of Abigail Nixon in June 2009.
A set of three Doctor Who documentaries - Doctor Who Greatest Moments - made by the Doctor Who Confidential team (which aired in the UK during August\September 2009) featured Georgia as one of the interviewees, speaking as herself about the character of Jenny and about The Doctor in general.
In September 2009, Georgia played the part of Heather Whitefield, a new Junior Doctor in the long running BBC Hospital Drama Casualty. This marked her second appearance in Casualty, having played the character of Elaine in 2007 for one episode. November 2009 saw Georgia playing the part of Lady Vivian (Daughter of King Olaf) in the second series of the BBC Fantasy Drama Merlin.
Continuing her audio work, Georgia played the part of Alice in a Big Finish Doctor Who Audiobook entitled Doctor Who : City of Spires - a Sixth Doctor adventure. The two disc CD Adventure was released on 30th April 2010. She also narrated the audio book Doctor Who: Autonomy, released on 3rd March 2010.
In June 2010, Georgia returned to the stage in a Sky Arts funded play called Hens. The play was performed live for four nights at the Riverside Studios from Thursday 17th June 2010 and recorded for transmission on Sky Arts 2 (and Sky Arts 2HD) on Wednesday 23rd June 2010 at 9pm.
Georgia starred alongside Will Mellor and Clive Mantle in a new sitcom for BBC Three called White Van Man, in which she played the character of Emma Keeley. Series one was filmed during Summer 2010 in and around Manchester and was broadcast on BBCThree from Tuesday 22nd March 2011. Sandra Dickinson (Georgia's mother) guest starred (as her mother) in the comedy sitcom, appearing for the first time with her daughter (as a character).
October 2010 saw the launch of a new Police Drama for Sky 1: Thorne, in which Georgia played the pregnant wife of DC Dave Holland. Georgia's character - Sophie Holland - appeared briefly in episodes 2 and 3 of Thorne: Sleepyhead.
Series two of White Van Man was confirmed by the BBC on 26th May 2011, with all of the original ensemble cast - including Georgia - returning. Filming started in September Autumn 2011 and commenced it's series airing on Thursday 23rd February 2012.
Since 2009, Georgia has been the patron of Straight Talking: a peer education organisation set up as a registered charity in 1998 by Hilary Pannack. The aim of the organisation is to educate young people through talks at schools and training programmes about teenage pregnancy and teenage parenting.
Georgia returned to the stage from May until August 2012 at The Vaudeville Theatre, in the Joe Orton farce What The Butler Saw. Georgia played the new secretary of Dr Prentice (Tim McInnerny) Geraldine Barclay.