Masiela is not only an actress, but she is also an author and a great cook as well. A new book titled The Living Air that touches on the topics of talk love, marriage, family and finding your true self. It is already available on Amazon,
Masiela Lusha’s poems are missives from inner space—heartfelt, evocative lyrics of immediate presence. “A poet is a lonely collector,” Lusha writes, inviting readers to walk with her “Where the streets are thin / And the world is tight around me.” The Living Air is alive with “alphabets of experience” that celebrate the journey of our lonely (and necessary) collecting.
She is best known from her first major role as
Carmen Consuela Lopez on the ABC’s globally syndicated
sitcom George Lopez; a role which earned her two
consecutive Young Artist Awards for Leading Young Actress
in a Comedy or Drama. She immigrated to America with her
mother at a young age. English is Lusha's fourth language and
at the tender age of twelve, Lusha began a modeling career in
Michigan. After a few months of professional modeling and
acting, a Hollywood agent discovered her from an open call.
From there, she and her family moved to Los Angeles. Upon
moving to LA, she did print work with Ben Affleck, was
featured in a multi-national back-to-school JCPenny
commercial, and starred in Alanis Morissette's music video,
Lusha’s transition into film include starring roles in Sony
Picture's Blood: The Last Vampire and SyFy's television
movie Sharknado: The 4th Awakens. Other projects include
Anger Management (2014), Law & Order: Criminal Intent
(2006), Clifford Puppy Days (2003) Lizzie McGuire (2001)
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