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CHRIS RIGGI (Jacob White) was introduced to the arts at a young age. His mother and grandmother taught dance class, and his grandfather was a painter. Appearing in Community Theater productions at the Home Made Theater in Saratoga Springs, Riggi studied acting until the age at 12. At that time, he became actively involved in a variety of sports including football, baseball, high school wrestling and taekwondo, in which he became a black belt. It was when his three siblings left home for college that Riggi had to give serious thought to his future. He decided he wanted to return to acting and pursue it professionally. That led to a two year course at Walnut Hill, a conservatory for acting. He went on to study at the prestigious Circle in the Square in New York City, T. Schreiber Studios, and the Lee Strasberg Theater and Film Institute. Riggi appeared on stage in productions of "Othello” and "The Love Suicide” for the Strasberg Institute.

Riggi appeared on television in "Human Giant,” "Guiding Light,” "Important Things” and "Lipstick Jungle.” His big break was a recurring role on the hit television series "Gossip Girl,” as Scott. He went on to appear in the short film "Brotherhood” as well as in the feature films "Toe to Toe,” "Dare” and ”Hated.” Riggi will next appear in the leading role of Sue Kramer's "The Locals.”

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