Thief. Petite, cute, blonde… and a social pariah. Parker’s idea of fun would scare the shit out of most people. She has neither modesty nor fear of heights. Like Hardison, Parker grew up in the foster care system, but her tale is one of abuse and neglect. She’s insecure about only one thing: her ability to pass herself off as a normal person.
Beth Riesgraf’s television credits include the Showtime pilot Insatiable and recent guest-starring roles on Without a Trace, Big Shots and My Name is Earl.
On the big screen, Riesgraf starred opposite Giovanni Ribisi in writer/director Jason Lee’s silent independent film The White Door. She appeared in the modern movie Alvin and the Chipmunks and recently completed the independent feature Nobody.
In addition to acting, Riesgraf is a professional photographer and filmmaker and has been sponsored by the Swedish apparel giant WeSC since 2004. Her photography and short films have been exhibited in London, New York and Los Angeles. Her photographs have been published in a variety of magazines, including Anthem, Nylon, Mean, Angeleno, GQ, Jane and Men’s Journal.