The sitcom can still be seen in syndication on Nick at Nite and is one of the network's highest rated series of all-time.Having made her TV debut in 2000 on the Disney Channel series Lizzie Mc Guire, Masiela Lusha has literally grown up on screen.Soon after that, Masiela was recognized as one of the Top 10 Talented Poets of North America for her published work and also earned recognition from former President Bill Clinton. Masiela graduated from high school at the age of 15 and attended Glendale College in Southern California.Since then, Masiela has written three more poetry books: "Drinking the Moon," "Amore Celeste," and "The Call." In 2008, Masiela wrote a novel called "The Besa." In 2010, at the age of 24, Masiela published two children's books entitled Boopity Boop! She graduated with an AA degree and transferred to UCLA as a junior at the age of 18.Today, Masiela's talents have taken her from a fresh-faced teen to an award-winning actress, author, model, producer and humanitarian.Though best known for her on-screen talents, she has many other passions that have kept her busy and we will dive into all of that.While residing in Michigan, it is reported that Masiela enrolled in ballet, jazz, tap, lyrical, and cheerleading.She was also reportedly voted captain of the cheerleading squad at John Muir Middle School.
In 2007, George Lopez stated that the character of Carmen Lopez was written off the show due to creative differences, but Masiela has yet to confirm the reason why she left the show.Carmen tells her parents she wants to start dating, and she brings home a boy from her school for them to meet.Everything about Jason seems to be perfect, except that he and Carmen don't want to go out in public together.Masiela is said to have credited her English teacher, Mrs.Presta for restoring her confidence by encouraging Masiela to recite her poems to the class.Masiela Lusha was born on October 23, 1985 to parents Max and Daniela.When she was seven years old she moved to Michigan, then, a few years later she moved to Los Angeles, California to pursue acting.Since leaving George Lopez, Masiela guest-starred on a 2006 episode of Law & Order: Criminal Intent and has appeared in the films, Time of the Comet, Muerte, and Blood: The Last Vampire." In 2012, Masiela completed production for the upcoming film, Orc Wars.After transitioning into film, she had her breakout role in Sony Picture's Blood: The Last Vampire.While attending UCLA, Masiela majored in Creative Writing.At the age of 23, Masiela founded Illuminary Pictures and has since wrapped two films under the company name.