This Husky-Voiced Evigan was a type of person very determined to learn dancing and acting which led her to join the dance classes with the Reality show celebrity Shane Sparks and also attended Campbell Hall in northern Hollywood, California.
Evigan wanted to make her career in Television shows and Film Industry when she was a child.
We can now add to this list 'hunks doing body-rolls' because with Step Up All In, everybody's favorite dance-movie franchise has finally unlocked this rarified achievement: a FIFTH theatrically released film! Like the Friday the 13th franchise before it, the first movie in the Step Up franchise is the outlier of the series in that both films' signature features weren't actually present yet (which, in the case of Friday, was Jason Voorhees, and in the case of Step Up was ACTUAL FUN).
Its plot still involves a fish-out-of-water brunette and culminates in a triumphant dance competition, but 3D is most notable for its ostensible merger with America's great dance franchise So You Think You Can Dance. ), Step Up 3D feels like nothing so much as a party.
Produced by Adam Shankman and featuring more than a few familiar faces from the Fox competition series (t Witch! And where the actual 3D element might at first glance seem like a crass novelty tie-in that will surely date it, the gimmick is actually used to stunning effect.
Don't let the comparatively unimaginative title fool you: Step Up 3D is VERY wonderful and inspired.
Conceptually it's a fairly large departure from what had come before, but it also very much set the formula for what would follow. Chu's 2010 film introduced us to two new leads in Natalie (Sharni Vinson) and Luke (Rick Malambri), whose lives revolve around an only-in-the-movies secret urban dance commune complete with artfully graffiti'd loft and a sneaker wall.
Particularly in light of what the franchise has become, you may be shocked to know that the original Step Up contains a scene in which a child is murdered. Step Up 2 The Streets not only boasts the best sequel title in film history, it's also probably the Step Up film that people adore the most. Chu's 2008 sequel went the now-common route of expunging the leads for fresh meat while mirroring many of the same story beats as its predecessor.
Yep, Step Up definitely considered itself a gritty drama, but it still established the now-mandatory final dance competition/audition scene and, spoiler alert, Nora and Tyler absolutely kill it. The leading lady this time is Andie (Briana Evigan), who we learn via a cameo appearance by Channing Tatum, was once Tyler's foster sister.
Briana was born on 23 October 1986 in Los Angeles, California, United States.
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.