Cast

Allison ALLISON SCAGLIOTTI (Leah/Executive Producer/Music Supervisor) is currently saving the world as Claudia Donovan on the hit Syfy Network’s adventure/fantasy series “Warehouse 13.” Scagliotti is also recognizable for her role on Nickelodeon’s “Drake & Josh” as Josh’s smart and sassy girlfriend, Mindy. She began her professional acting career at the age of 11 with the NBC pilot “America’s Most Terrible Things” starring Chevy Chase, which was followed by two more pilots and numerous memorable guest spots on “ER,” “CSI,” and “One Tree Hill.” She has since played daughter to the likes of Heather Locklear, Sigourney Weaver, Kate Walsh, J.K. Simmons, and Doug Jones. Additional work includes Jayna (a Wonder Twin) on the WB’s “Smallville,” the Starz original comedy series “Party Down,” and recent guest starring roles on “Bones” (Fox) and “Person of Interest” (CBS).
Francia FRANCIA RAISA (Katharine) is a Gracie Award and La Femme Film Festival Rising Star Award recipient, 2012 Teen Choice, IMAGEN and an ALMA award nominee for her portrayal of Adrian Lee on ABC Family’s critically acclaimed series “The Secret Life of an American Teenager.” Raisa continues to prove herself as a star on the rise. At the age of five, she began taking dance lessons to learn all styles of dance, martial arts and ice skating. A month into her senior year in high school, she booked her first lead role, starring opposite Hayden Panettiere in “Bring it On: All or Nothing.” Francia went on to play the female lead in MGM’s TV movie for ABC Family “The Cutting Edge 3: Chasing the Dream,” before ultimately landing her breakout role on “The Secret Life of the American Teenager.” She makes her return to the big screen with CHASTITY BITES, and recently completed filming the highly anticipated indie film, “Beyond Paradise,” alongside Ryan Guzman.
Louise LOUISE GRIFFITHS (Liz Batho/Elizabeth Bathory) made her film debut in 2006 in the role of Melissa in the horror movie “The Devil’s Chair,” co-starring with Elize du Toit, Gary Mackay and Matt Berry, and directed by Adam Mason. The film premiered at the Cannes Film Festival in May 2007, and was first screened in the UK at August 2007’s London FrightFest Film Festival. In April 2008, Griffiths booked her first lead role in the dark comedy feature “The Revenant” opposite David Anders, Jacy King and Chris Wylde. Griffiths had a supporting role in the film “All’s Faire in Love,” starring Christina Ricci and Matthew Lillard. She is also recognized from the hugely successful ad campaign for Axe shower gel co-starring Jaime Pressly, “Axe Cleans Your Balls,” which enjoyed millions of hits virally and was broadcast wide in the United States. Recently she completed filming the feature film “Lovesick,” starring Matt LeBlanc, Ali Larter and Chevy Chase.
Eddy EDDY RIOSECO (Paul) received a BFA in Drama from the prestigious Carnegie Mellon University, and moved to New York City to pursue his love for theater. He quickly immersed himself in the Broadway circuit and made his debut as Nick in Fame in “42nd Street.” He went on to land leads in global hits like “Mamma Mia” and “Wicked.” In television, he is best known for his mischeivious recurring role, Damien, on NBC’s “Parenthood.” Film credits include “As You Like It” and “Cuando La Luna Esta Llena,” and he is currently wrapping up “The Dark Place” in Portland where he stars as the duplicitous Ernesto Reyes. CHASTITY BITES is Rioseco’s proud film debut.
Greer GREER GRAMMER (Nicole) plays Lissa on MTV’s smash hit series, “Awkward.,” currently in its third season. She has also appeared on Disney Channel’s “iCarly” and in the film “Almost Kings” with Billy Campbell and Portia Doubleday. She is the daughter of Kelsey Grammer and sister of Spencer Grammer.
Amy AMY OKUDA (Ashley) is best known as Tinkerballa on the immensely popular web-series “The Guild,” which was her first acting job. Since then she has appeared in TV shows such as “Californication,” “Jane By Design,” “The Middle,” “Crash and Bernstein,” and the hit Disney Channel special, “Shake It Up: Made In Japan.” She currently hosts “ISA Weekly Rewind” on the web, and is very excited for her first feature film debut in CHASTITY BITES.
Sarah SARAH STOUFFER (Britney) burst onto the scene as Jackie in the romantic drama “Bloomington,” which played LGBT film festivals around the world. Additional credits also include NBC’s “The New Normal,” TV movie “Beta,” Comedy Central’s “Workholics,” online series “Slacker P.I.,” and a recent guest star role on FOX’s “Bones.”
Lauren LINDSEY MORGAN (Noemi) was raised in Houston, Texas and is of Irish and Hispanic descent. Her first major role after moving to Los Angeles was in the MTV movie “disConnected.” She has since had roles in the horror film “Detention” and TV series such as “How I Met Your Mother,” “Happy Endings” and “Shark Bites.” Morgan was recently nominated for a Daytime Emmy – Outstanding Younger Actress in a Drama Series for her recurring role of Kristina Corinthos-Davis on “General Hospital.”
Chloe CHLÖE CRAMPTON (Kelly) is a fresh-faced talent new to the United States but the British actress is extremely popular in her native Britain.  She was a lead in “The Morning After the Night Before,”the spin-off to the UK hit “Hollyoaks.” She also had a large supporting role in the international feature “Princess Kaiulani.”  At 22, she also has already had a leading role in the play “Blood Brothers” that had an amazing run in London’s West End.  She is a classically trained actress in the theatre, have performed on the stage since she was four in England.
Laura LAURA NIEMI (Jillian) is a Los Angeles native and the daughter of producer Vicki Niemi. She has appeared in films such as “Trust” and “Born To Lose,” and TV series including “It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia,” “Caste,” “Weeds,” “Hollywood Heights,” and “90210.” Recently she played Steve Jobs’ secretary in “Jobs” (starring Ashton Kutcher), which premiered at Sundance 2013. Niemi is the Artistic Director of Ovation Award-winning Lost Angels Theatre Company. She played bass in the rock band “Spork” with Tom Stern (writer/director/actor); Tim Aaron (composer); and Matt Tecu (currently with former Henry Rollins Band). As a musician she has opened for such bands as Marilyn Manson, Laundry and members of Tool
Maria MARIA McCANN (Jan) had her first major acting role as the female lead in “Zapped Again,” the sequel to the 80s comedy starring Willie Aames and Scott Baio. She has also appeared in Showtime’s “Shameless,” website series “Raisin’ Junior,” TNT’s “Southland,” CBS’ “Rules of Engagement,” ABC’s “Dirty Sexy Money,” and the feature film “God, Sex and Apple Pie.”
Jennifer JENNIFER GIMENEZ (Judy) was discovered at age 14 by photographer Bruce Weber, and quickly became one of the top models working in the fashion industry. She transitioned into acting with roles in films such as “Blow,” “Vanilla Sky” and “Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle,” and music videos for Mick Jagger, Prince, 2Pac Shakur and Babyface. As Gimenez’s career grew and stardom took hold, she found herself victim to drug addiction and alcohol abuse. But after nearly seven years of sobriety, Gimenez has used her courageous recovery to help others. She appeared as the house manager of VH1’s hit television show “Sober House” and drug counselor on VH1’s “Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew.” She also appeared on “The O’Neal’s” on OWN, as a judge on “Model Latina” for SiTV, and “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.” Jennifer has marked her return to acting with the award-winning short, “Groom’s Cake” and upcoming feature film “Birthday Cake,” and of course CHASTITY BITES.
Diana DIANA CHIRITESCU (Ilona) makes her feature film debut in CHASTITY BITES. She has appeared in numerous short films such as “Blue Skies,” “A Broken Path,” “Fox the Gambler,” “Chauffer” and “Apart.”
Pat PATRICK JANKIEWICZ (The Gardener) is a writer/actor who has appeared in such films and TV series as “Fangoria’s Blood and Guts with Scott Ian,” MTV’s “Death Valley,” “Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job!.” “The Sarah Silverman Program,” “K-Pax” and “Beethoven’s 2nd.” He’s has written two books: “Just When You Thought It Was Safe: A JAWS Companion” and “You Wouldn’t Like Me When I’m Angry: A Hulk Companion.”
Loveheart EVE GORDON (Principal Loveheart) is known for roles such as Connie Colburn on ABC’s “Don’t Trust the B—- in Apartment 23;” Monica Klain, the wife of Ron Klain (played by Kevin Spacey), in the Emmy-winning HBO film “Recount;” Marilyn Monroe in the Emmy-winning miniseries “A Woman Named Jackie;” the mother of the title character in the TV series “Felicity;” and the School Counselor in “The Grudge 2.” She played the starring role as Congressional Aide Jordan Miller in the short-lived sitcom “The Powers That Be,“ produced by Norman Lear. She has also had prominent roles in “Honey, We Shrunk Ourselves” (starring Rick Moranis), “Avalon” (directed by Barry Levinson), the CW’s “Hart Of Dixie,” and “American Horror Story” on FX. On “Two and a Half Men” she sprayed Charlie Sheen in the face with mace after telling him, “I don’t think you’re funny at all”. On MyDamnChannel.com, she stars as Summer Tickler- Hoogerhyde in “Versailles”, alongside Fred Willard, William H. Macy, and Patricia Heaton.
dijon-talton DIJON TALTON (Travis) is known for his role of Matt Rutherford on Season One of “Glee.” He has also appeared in the films “I Will Follow” and “L.A. Without A Map.” Talton is also an R&Bpop singer, whose single “Putem Up!” is part of the CHASTITY BITES soundtrack. The video for his most recent single, “Wild Out!” was directed by Meagan Good (“Deception,” “Think Like A Man”)
Untitled EDWARD HENDERSHOTT (Carson) has appeared in feature films “Monsters in the Woods” and “Occupation: Hollywood,” and TV series “Lie to Me,” “Journeyman,” and “The Shield.” He is one half of the hip-hop / comedy duo Galactic Flo, whose single “PhoneHome” is part of the CHASTITY BITES soundtrack.
Stuart STUART GORDON (Mr. Rowland) made his cinematic debut as writer and director of the horror classic “Re-Animator” (1985), based on a story by H.P. Lovecraft, and instantly proved himself to be a filmmaker with a unique style and vision. A partnership with Brian Yuzna and Charles Band’s Empire Pictures, the film went on to win the Critic’s Prize at the Cannes Film Festival. His subsequent films have included “From Beyond,” “Dolls,” “Robot Jox,” “Castle Freak,” “Dagon,” “King of the Ants,” and the screen translation of David Mamet’s play “Edmond.” Gordon also co-created the story for “Honey, I Shrunk the Kids” (1989) a major hit for Disney. He contributed to the Starz horror anthology series “Masters of Horror” with the episodes “Dreams in the Witch House,” based on a short story by H.P. Lovecraft, and Edgar Allan Poe’s “The Black Cat.” A co-founder of Chicago’s highly respected Organic Theater, Gordon recently co-wrote and directed the L.A. Weekly and Ovation Award-winning “Re-Animator: The Musical,” which enjoyed successful runs in Los Angeles, Edinburgh Fringe Festival, and New York Musical Theatre Festival.