Mena Suvari currently stars in the romantic drama Grace and Grit, starring Stuart Townsend and Frances Fisher, which is out now in theaters, on digital and on-demand through Quiver Distribution. Suvari made her film debut in Gregg Araki’s 1997 cult movie Nowhere, which was followed in 1999 by the back-to-back blockbuster successes of American Pie and American Beauty. Among her other notable film credits are Rob Reiner’s Rumor Has It, Tony Scott’s Domino, Amy Heckerling’s Loser and Jonas Åkerlund’s cult-classic Spun. On TV, she reteamed with American Beauty screenwriter Alan Ball on his show Six Feet Under, played the Black Dahlia in Ryan Murphy’s American Horror Story and appeared on the hit show Chicago Fire. She currently resides in Los Angeles, CA and is an active face of PETA and ardent supporter of animals.