Miracle Davis was born on October 21, 1991 to Henry and Helen Davis. She is Choctaw and African American and is the younger sister of actor DeMarco Davis. Her family moved frequently during her father's service in the military. Having a passion for acting at an early age, she went on to enter the Drama side at Parkview Magnet School. She published her first book entitled Sara's Wish in 2010 during her freshman year at Lyon College where she studied acting and graduated in 2014. Her senior year, she received an award for best Set Design in The Dining Room from The Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival Region 6. Her favorite and most challenging roles were Naomi Hurdle in Southern Girls (drama), and Edna Tinker in Nagle Jackson's A Hotel on Marvin Gardens (comedy).
After working as a background extra in God's Not Dead 2, she sought to become involved in the film industry. She found an interest in horror films working as a production assistant on The Boo (2017). Shortly after, she has appeared in supporting roles in Mark of Death (2017), Then the Night Comes (2018), and as the villain Cleo in the OSA Space Rangers tv series (2018-).