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Masiela Lusha

Actress + Writer + Author
Born Oct 23, 1985

Masiela Lusha is an Albanian author, actress, producer and humanitarian who first gained recognition after starring in film and TV projects such as ABC's George Lopez and Sony Picture's Blood: The Last Vampire. As an author, Lusha has translated poems and prayers by Mother Teresa, and has written several books in various languages. Lusha spent her childhood chiefly in Albania, Hungary and Austria.… Read More

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Learn about the memorable moments in the evolution of Masiela Lusha.


1985 Birth Born on October 23, 1985.
1990 4 Years Old Lusha was born in Tirana, in Albania and is the only child of Max and Daniela. Her mother was a magazine publisher. In 1990, Lusha and her family left Albania. … Read More


2000 14 Years Old 1 More Event
Then in 2000 it was Lusha's television debut with a guest appearance on the Disney Channel series, Lizzie McGuire as the character Olivia in the episode Last Year's Model.
2001 15 Years Old In 2001 she was picked to play Carmen Lopez on the newly developed ABC sitcom, George Lopez. … Read More


2009 23 Years Old 1 More Event
It has been reported that portraying the character of Nina introduced Lusha to children's entertainment, inspiring her to write a children's book in 2009.
2011 25 Years Old In 2011, Lusha also starred in the films, Katie Malone and The Architect. … Read More
In 2012, Lusha also starred in the film, Of Silence, alongside Muse Watson.
2013 27 Years Old 1 More Event
In 2013, Lusha was appointed Athgo International's Ambassador for Youth. … Read More
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