Dana Davis graduated from college with a degree in music but went on to become a well-known film and TV actress. Her television roles have run the gamut from high-profile dramas to teen sitcoms: she's starred as petty but popular high school cheerleader Chastity Church in the TV adaptation of the 1999 surprise hit film "10 Things I Hate About You"; portrayed an amnesiac bank robbery victim in the short-lived drama "The Nine"; and played Monica Dawson, a young woman with the ability to mimic physical movements, on the sci-fi drama "Heroes." In 2011 she was cast as ex-con Carmen Phillips on the basic cable comedy series "Franklin & Bash," which follows the lives of two brash attorneys who are recruited to a top legal firm. In addition to her steady TV career, Davis has also become a familiar face on the big screen. She made her film debut in the 2004 film "Raise Your Voice," a musical drama starring Hillary Duff as a teen determined to realize her dream of becoming a singer, which she followed up with a supporting role in the high school sports drama "Coach Carter." Since then Davis has appeared in the 2008 horror film "Prom Night," a remake of the cult '80s film starring Jamie Lee Curtis, and several made-for-TV movies.