As head cheerleader, Chastity Church knows it takes a lot of work to make it to the top of the social ladder, and much more work to stay there. She defends her spot at the top ruthlessly. Will Chastity's tyrannical iron grip on the cheer squad ultimately be her undoing? Has she taken too many things and people for granted?
Dana Davis plays the role of Chastity, the head cheerleader who knows that it takes a lot of work to make it to the top of the social ladder, and much more work to stay there. Chastity defends her spot at the top with ruthlessness.
Davis may be best known for her portrayal of Monica Dawson in the second season of NBC's Emmy nominated series "Heroes." She also graced the big screen alongside Hillary Duff in New Line's "Raise Your Voice" and Paramount/MTV Films' "Coach Carter" alongside Samuel L. Jackson and starred in Sony Screen Gem's "Prom Night."
On television, Davis starred as Felicia Jones in ABC's series "The Nine." She has also appeared in substantial guest star roles on series such as "CSI: Miami," "Cold Case," "Gilmore Girls," and in a recurring role on "Boston Public" as Marie Ronning. Other television credits include recurring roles on "The O.C," "Point Pleasant" and "Veronica Mars," plus guest starring roles on "Malcolm in the Middle" "Pushing Daisies" and "Joan of Arcadia."
Davis' talents extend far beyond the screen. She is a classically trained musician whose talents are oftentimes showcased in her work as an actor. She has spent the past 10 years perfecting her skills as a violinist and has previously sung in the children's choir as backup for Peabo Bryson and Roberta Flack, and with Barbra Streisand in her "Timeless Tour" in Los Angeles.
With a heart for charity and children, Davis also volunteers with Empowering Lives International (empoweringlives.org), a nonprofit organization working among the impoverished in East Africa to provide training, resources and encouragement to help break the cycle of poverty and help people realize their importance in the eyes of God. Also, Dana is president of a non profit organization called Culture for Kids, LA. The organization works to introduce and expose intercity youth to the arts. They offer classes focusing on the arts and involve youth in a variety of cultural events.
She was raised in Davenport, Iowa, and it was there she discovered her passion for theatre and acting. Her theatre credits include Neil Simon's "Fools, The Miracle Worker" and dozens of roles in various musicals.