Throughout its five season run on the ABC network, Lusha filmed a total of 101 episodes which established her a TV veteran by the age of 20.Lusha subsequently ventured into feature films, with many movies to her credit which include Muertas, Katie Malone, Ballad of Broken Angels, Summoning, A Father's Love, Time of the Comet, and Sony Pictures Entertainment live adaptation, Blood: The Last Vampire.
Born in Tirana, Albania, Lusha spent her childhood chiefly in Albania, Hungary and Austria.
She studied ballet in Vienna, and then moved to Michigan in 1993, where she continued to train in various forms of dance.
The jokes are utterly ridiculous, and the amount of celebrity cameos are even MORE ridiculously ridic...
Reciting one of Mother Theresa poems that I had translated from Albanian to English.
Lusha spends her weekends at a local soup kitchen and serves meals to the homeless.
As the spokesperson for Scholastic's Read For Life, Lusha visits schools across America and reads to children for the purpose of promoting an appreciation for books.
After starring in local productions and television commercials in her childhood, Lusha and her family moved to Los Angeles at the suggestion of a Hollywood talent agent.
Lusha rose to fame when she portrayed the passionate and rebellious character, Carmen Lopez, on the globally syndicated Warner Brothers series, George Lopez.
She donated 10 acres (40,000 m2) of land so the charity could build its first community center in Southern California.