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Allison Scagliotti in 2012
Allison Glenn Scagliotti
September 21, 1990
Monterey, California, U.S.
|Other names||La Femme Pendu|
Scagliotti was born in Monterey, California. Her great grandparents emigrated to the US from Italy through Ellis Island. She moved with her family to Mandeville, Louisiana at a young age. At age five, she joined her Louisiana school's talent and drama program.
When Scagliotti was 11, she was working with an acting coach who encouraged her to try auditioning for pilot season in Los Angeles. She booked a pilot for a sitcom with Chevy Chase which was filmed in New York. Scagliotti moved to Los Angeles for her acting career.
Scagliotti studied film at New York University, though she never finished her degree. She is the first cousin of Kevin Pfeffer, the lead singer of Five Minutes to Freedom, and Alex Scagliotti, National Wakeboard Champion.
Scagliotti landed her first recurring role as Mindy Crenshaw on Drake & Josh, Josh's rival and later girlfriend. She appeared in seven episodes from 2004 to 2008. She reprised her role in the spin-off movie, Merry Christmas, Drake & Josh. Her first lead role was as Maddie in the 2005 short film Redemption Maddie.
Scagliotti is best known for her portrayal of the character Claudia Donovan in the Syfy series Warehouse 13. Her character was introduced early in the premiere season in 2009 and she appeared in most of the remaining episodes through 2014 (though credited as a guest star until season two). Her character crossed over to Eureka when she guest-starred in the season four episode "Crossing Over".
In December 2012, Scagliotti appeared in the lead role of Michelle, a struggling actress, in Darren Caulley's play Unhealthy that premiered December 4 at HERE Arts Center in New York City. She appeared in the three seasons of Freeform's Stitchers as Camille, a main character, from 2015 to 2017. Scagliotti also appeared in the series The Vampire Diaries as Georgie in a recurring role during the show's eighth and final season in 2016.
From 2015 to 2018, Scagliotti was in a band known as Nice Enough People along with Drake and Josh co-star Jerry Trainor. In 2016, she appeared as a guitar player in the music video "Some Are Girls" for Maxie Dean.
In 2019, Scagliotti released her first solo EP under the pseudonym "La Femme Pendu."
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Scagliotti appeared in a 2010 episode of The Nerdist Podcast hosted by Chris Hardwick. She also appeared as a guest star on Geek & Sundry's TableTop in 2013, hosted by Wil Wheaton,  and as a guest on the show Destination Truth in 2017.
|2007||Redemption Maddie||Maddie Clifford||Short film|
|2009||My Name Is Jerry||Trisha|
|2011||Losers Take All||Simone|
|2014||National Lampoon Presents: Surf Party||Iris||Repackage of Endless Bummer (2009)|
|2015||Anne Darling||Maggie||Short film|
|2016||A Song for Your Mixtape||Blair||Short film|
|2018||Little Gold Star||Diane||Short film|
|2018||The Cards||The High Priestess||Short film; Director, Writer|
|2018||Truly Outrageous: A Jem Fan Film||The Reporter/The Baroness||Short film|
|2019||I Was Wrong||N/A||Director (Music Video for W. Baer)|
|2002||America's Most Terrible Things||Molly Potts||TV film|
|2003||Once Around the Park||Rose Wingfield||TV film|
|2004||Joint Custody||Meg||TV film|
|2004||Grounded for Life||Kristen||Episodes: "Racketman", "You're So Vain"|
|2004||Back When We Were Grownups||Emmy||TV film|
|2004–2007||Drake & Josh||Mindy Crenshaw||Recurring role (8 episodes)|
|2005||Zoey 101||Stacy||Episode: "Backpack"|
|2006||Read It and Weep||Sawyer Sullivan||TV film|
|2006||ER||Josie Weller||Episode: "Heart of the Matter"|
|2006||One Tree Hill||Abby Brown||Episode: "With Tired Eyes, Tired Minds, Tired Souls, We Slept"|
|2007||Episodes: "You Call It Madness, But I Call It Love", "The Runaway Found"|
|2008||Gemini Division||Hera Theophilus||Recurring role (4 episodes)|
|2008||Merry Christmas, Drake & Josh||Mindy Crenshaw||TV film|
|2009||CSI: Crime Scene Investigation||Jemma||Episode: "Deep Fried and Minty Fresh"|
|2009||Party Down||Taylor Stiltskin||Episode: "Taylor Stiltskin Sweet Sixteen"|
|2009||Mental||Heather Masters||Episode: "House of Mirrors"|
|2009–2014||Warehouse 13||Claudia Donovan||Main role (60 episodes)|
|2010||Eureka||Claudia Donovan||Episode: "Crossing Over"|
|2013||Bones||Jill Roberts||Episode: "The Maiden in the Mushrooms"|
|2013||Person of Interest||Molly Nelson||Episode: "In Extremis"|
|2013||Switched at Birth||Aida Adams||Episodes: "The Physical Impossibility of Death in the Mind of Someone Living", "As the Shadows Deepen"|
|2015–2017||Stitchers||Camille Engelson||Main role; 31 episodes|
|2016||Fresh Off The Boat||Raquel||Episode: "Rent Day"|
|2016||The Vampire Diaries||Georgina "Georgie" Dowling||Recurring role (4 episodes)|
|2016||Mary + Jane||Tasha||Episode: "Neighborhood Watch"|
|2018-present||Henry Danger||N/A||Director (5 episodes; "Henry's Frittle Problem", "The Great Cactus Con", "The Whole Bilsky Family", "Love Bytes", Other Titles TBA)|
|2018||Take One Thing Off||Scout's Inner Voice||Web Series; Episode: "Palm Trees"|
|2012||Unhealthy||Michelle||Lead role, HERE Theatre|
|2014||Jasper in Deadland||Gretchen||Lead role, Off-Broadway Musical|
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