Briana Barbara-Jane Evigan (born October 23, 1986) is an American actress and dancer.
In August 2008, Summit Entertainment announced Evigan has signed on to portray the central character Cassidy Tappan in the remake of the low-budget horror film Sorority Row, the screenplay was written by Good Luck Chuck writer Josh Stolberg and directed by Stewart Hendler. Evigan stars alongside Audrina Patridge, Rumer Willis and Jamie Chung.
Sorority Row was released on September 11, 2009 and debuted at No.
Hip hop classes and ballet are what I've been keeping up with, and of course my usual abdominal workout, which consists of 500 sit-ups a session. But dance classes are a full-body cardio workout, which always brings me success and keeps me feeling great.
Briana Evigan is a hot and sizzling American actor, dancer, singer, songwriter, and a choreographer who is immensely popular for her role as Andie West in the hit dance-based film sequel ‘Step Up series’ along with her role as a Cassidy Tappan in the film ‘Sorority Row’.
Just after her appearances in the music videos ‘Numb’ and ‘Push’ and some roles in ‘Bottom’s Up’, ‘Something Sweet’, and ‘Fear Itself’, she got her breakthrough in 2008 as a lead role portraying Andie West in the dance drama Step Up sequel, ‘Step Up 2: The Streets’.
This Film was her great achievement leading the way for the film to earn 8,424,320 and, she also won the ‘Best Kiss Award’ at 2008 MTV movies Awards.
Both Evigan and co-star Robert Hoffman earned the Best Kiss Award at the 2008 MTV Movie Awards. Darko, a sequel to the 2001 cult-hit horror Donnie Darko, was released.
Evigan played Samantha Darko's best friend, Corey, the film stars James Lafferty and Ed Westwick.
Her nationality is American and ethnicity is mixed(Polish and Italian). Serpe, a dancer, model, and actress, and actor Greg Evigan.
She was raised with her two siblings, brother, Jason Evigan and sister, Vanessa Lee.
Briana Evigan was born of Polish and Italian descent because of her paternal grandmother and maternal grandfather being Polish and Italian respectively.