2009 - N/A | Warehouse 13
... as Claudia Donovan
After saving the life of the President in Washington D.C., a pair of U.S Secret Service agents are whisked away to a covert location in South Dakota that houses supernatural objects that the Regents, an Authority above and outside any government, have collected over the centuries. Their new assignment: retrieve any lost objects and investigate reports of new ones. Hiatus. Returns April 2013
2012 | Chastity Bites
... as Leah Ratliff
Horror - Comedy feature film from Weirdsmobile Prods., starring Allison Scagliotti and Francia Raisa. Countess Elizabeth Bathory comes to U.S.A. as an abstinence educator. Buckets of blood ensue.
2013 | Reliance
... as Leda
Allison Scagliotti stars as a young woman whose One-Night Stand returns to sacrifice her sanity and body for his own future plans. Web Series.
|Photos: Regard Magazine Scans|
I have added scans of Allison from Regard Magazine for April to the gallery. Please be patient with this site, the main owner, Megan is currently not available, I will update when I can however.
Magazine Scans > Regard Magazine (April 2015)
|C2E2 | ‘Warehouse 13′ Cast Reflects on Five Seasons, Bids Fans Farewell|
Warehouse 13, the quirky Syfy dramatic comedy set against the backdrop of a secret government facility that houses supernatural objects, reaches its conclusion May 19 after a successful five-season run. When a series comes to an end, there’s always a bittersweet, nostalgic twinge to every conversation about it, but such melancholy is tempered with the likes of star Eddie McClintock on stage.
The actor, who plays Peter Lattimer, was joined at the Chicago Comic & Entertainment Expo by co-stars Allison Scagliotti (Claudia Donovan) and Saul Rubinek (Artie Nielsen), and immediately revealed both the goofy charm McClintock brings to the series and the emotional connection that’s developed between the cast members.
Rubinek asked about a scene in the finale in which executive producer Jack Kenny tried to impress upon McClintock the significance of a final speech to the rest of the characters. Kenny apparently struck more of a nerve than he bargained for.
“I am my father’s son,” McClintock said. “[…] Maybe it’s because I’m old, I just cry. Everything makes me cry. Maybe I inherited that from my father. I cry when things make me emotional. Basically the last opportunity for Pete to get to say what he really wanted to say to everybody, and Jack walked up before we started rolling and said, ‘Remember, you will never have this opportunity again. Last time you will ever see all these people together. All right let’s roll …’”
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|Matt Doyle and Allison Scagliotti Depart Deadland; Off-Broadway’s Jasper Concludes April 13|
The New York premiere of Ryan Scott Oliver and Hunter Foster’s Jasper in Deadland — a new musical that follows 16-year-old Jasper as he journeys into the afterlife to save his best friend — ends its Off-Broadway run April 13 at the West End Theatre in the Church of St. Paul and St. Andrew.
Prospect Theater Company presents the musical, which features Matt Doyle (The Book of Mormon) as Jasper, Allison Scagliotti (Off-Broadway debut, SyFy’s “Warehouse 13″) as Gretchen and Ben Crawford (Big Fish, Shrek The Musical) as Mr. Lethe.
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|‘Warehouse 13′ Season 5: Everything You Need To Know About The Last Episodes|
“Warehouse 13″ is closing up shop.
The charming and entertaining TV series introduced us to covert agents Pete (Eddie McClintock), Myka (Joanne Kelly), Artie (Saul Rubinek), Claudia (Allison Scagliotti) and Steve (Aaron Ashmore), who race across the globe to retrieve supernatural objects before they wreak havoc by falling into the wrong hands.
Unfortunately, SyFy notified viewers in May of 2013 that a shorter six-episode Season 5 would also serve as “Warehouse 13″‘s last. The good news was that allowed the cast, crew and creative team the opportunity to try to deliver an unforgettable season of character moments, antics and one hell of a send-off.
It’s a warm July afternoon when HuffPost Canada TV visits the Toronto set of “Warehouse 13″ one last time. The cast and crew are busy filming the fifth episode “Cangku Shisi,” which is Chinese for Warehouse 14. Today’s sequence takes place in the middle of the warehouse, where Artie and Steve have managed to open a portal to China, so Pete, Myka and Claudia can follow a lead concerning the whereabouts of Claudia’s presumably dead sister, Claire (Chryssie Whitehead).
“We knew Claudia had a sister, but thought she passed away,” explains Ashmore during a break. “Now we know she’s alive. That’s a difficult thing we start to explore. It’s really between Claudia and Artie because Artie knew. There’s a betrayal they have to deal with. All Steve can do is be supportive, be a good friend and serve the team.”
After a few takes and some clarifications about the scene, Ashmore, Scagliotti, McClintock, Kelly and executive producer Jack Kenny each sit down with HuffPost Canada TV to discuss “Warehouse 13″‘s swan song season.
Call Of Duty
Before Kenny and the writers can even begin to wrap things up, there’s a certain crisis at hand that needs resolving. Season 4 ended with Paracelsus (Anthony Head) taking full control of the warehouse. Only a gutsy Claudia and her newfound link to the warehouse stood in his way. When Season 5 commences, that highly-anticipated confrontation is in progress.
“Where we left off, I really got to have my ‘Buffy’ moment, and in a very meta way, since I was essentially facing off against evil Giles,” says Scagliotti. “It’s very satisfying how we eventually defeat Paracelsus. We get to see what an alternate Warehouse reality would be like and how sad and un-fun that would be if [the warehouse] wasn’t the way we’ve grown to know it and love it. Per the usual, in setting one thing right, we’ve set off another problem to cope with.”
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The official DVD release details and artwork for Chastity Bites have arrived, and we have every single blood-soaked pixel of the goodies right here for your perusal. Drop the garlic, put away the crosses, and check it out!
From the Press Release
Weirdsmobile Productions wants you to prepare for the release of the horror comedy CHASTITY BITES, hitting DVD on February 11, 2014, from GRAND ENTERTAINMENT GROUP. The DVD will include an exclusive “Behind-the-Scenes” featurette and official trailer.
“We are thrilled to be working with Grand on the DVD release of CHASTITY BITES,” says writer and producer Lotti Pharriss Knowles. “Their enthusiasm for the movie was evident from the beginning, and their entrepreneurial spirit as a new company fits perfectly with our first indie feature.”
“This horror comedy is sure to be hit with a variety of audiences,” states David Rand, President of Grand Entertainment Group. “If you are a fan of Scream or Mean Girls, CHASTITY BITES is one to check out.”
The film is directed by John V. Knowles (short film SHADOW.NET), written/produced by Lotti Pharriss Knowles (I AM DIVINE, VITO), and stars Allison Scagliotti (Syfy’s “Warehouse 13″), Francia Raisa (ABC Family’s “Secret Life of the American Teenager”), Louise Griffiths (“Unknown Caller,” “The Revenant”), Eddy Rioseco (ABC’s “Parenthood”), Amy Okuda (“The Guild”), Sarah Stouffer (“Bloomington”), Lindsey Morgan (ABC’s “General Hospital”), Laura Niemi (FX’s “Justified”), Jennifer Gimenez (Bravo’s “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills”), Greer Grammer (MTV’s “Awkward”) and Stuart Gordon (“Re-Animator”).
In the early 1600’s Countess Elizabeth Bathory slaughtered more than 600 young women, believing if she bathed in the blood of virgins that she would stay young and beautiful forever. Still alive today, she’s found a perfect hunting ground for her “Botox” as an abstinence educator at a high school in red state America. But will a brave, young feminist blogger and journalist for the school paper finally put an end to the Blood Countess’s reign of terror and save her best friend from being the next victim?