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Ashley Argota Biography, Age, Family, Education, Relationship, Career, Net Worth, Interview, News

Ashley Argota is an American actress and singer. She is known for roles on television, such as Lulu on the Nickelodeon sitcom True Jackson, VP,

Ashley Argota Biography

Ashley Argota is an American actress and singer. She is known for roles on television, such as Lulu on the Nickelodeon sitcom True Jackson, VP, and Kelly Peckinpaugh on the Nickelodeon sitcom Bucket and Skinner’s Epic Adventures.

Ashley Argota Age

Argota is 26 years old as of 2019. She was born on January 9, 1993, in Redlands, California, U.S.

Ashley Argota Family

Her birth name is Ashley Spencer Taylor Villegas Argota. She is the younger of two daughters of Filipino parents.

Ashley Argota Education

Argota graduated in high school from Connections Academy, an online virtual high school.  After that, she enrolled at New York University. At the University, she attended her first semester at the College of Nursing.

Ashley Argota Relationship

Ashley Argota is an unmarried till now. She doesn’t have a long list of boyfriends. In 2007, she began dating famous American baseball player Trevor Brown. They broke up in 2009. After that, she began dating famous American actor Nathan Kress in 2009. The couple broke up after a short-term relationship in 2010.

Ashley began her career in 2003, as a contestant on the American CBS television show, Star Search. She began her career as an actress in 2007. She made her acting debut in the 2007 independent film Schooled, playing Soomi Alverez. The following year, she was cast as Kathy on the Nickelodeon comedy television series True Jackson, VP. She portrayed the role from 2008 to 2011.

She played the female lead character Kelly Peckinpaw in another Nickelodeon comedy series Bucket & Skinner’s Epic Adventures. She appeared in the series from 2011 to 2013. Ashley also completed contestant on the game show BrainSurge in 2010. However, she lost the competition. After that, she appeared again in 2011 and won the competition.

Ashley played the recurring role of Taylor in the TV series Lab Rates from 2014 to 2015. Since 2014, she portrays the character Lucy Chanin The Fosters. She recently appeared as a guest in Snatchers. She plays the lead role as Abigail Abaya in the series Liberty Crossing since 2017. In addition to acting, she is also a singer. She is famous for her two independent albums Dreams Come True (2006) and Ashley (2008).

Ashley Argota Net Worth

Ashley Argota has appeared in significant roles in several movies and TV series. As per the income from the movies, she has collected the net worth of $500 thousand.

Ashley Argota Movies | TV Shows

 

Television and film roles

Year

Title

Role

2016

Girl Meets World

Nikki

2016

All Hallows’ Eve

Sarah Ettels

2014–2016

The Fosters

Lou Chan

2014–2015

Lab Rats

S-1/Taylor

2014

Austin & Ally

Elle

2014

Chasing Life

Kristina

2014

How to Build a Better Boy

Nevaeh Barnes

2012

Baby Daddy

Ava

2011–2013

Bucket & Skinner’s Epic Adventures

Kelly Peckinpaw

2008–2011

True Jackson, VP

Lulu

2008

iCarly

Kathy

2007

Schooled

Soomi Alverez

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Review: ‘Snatchers’ Feels Like The Oddball Love Child Of Amy Heckerling And Joe Dante

 

Sci-fi and coming-of-age comedy tropes collide in Snatchers, which tackles teen pregnancy with an alien twist. Mary Nepi stars as Sara Steinberg, a high schooler who is desperate to be popular. So, she cold-shoulders her geeky bestie Hayley (Gabrielle Elyse), cozies up to her grade’s bitchy queen bee (Ashley Argota), and caves to the demands of her beefy boyfriend (a slyly hilarious Austin Fryberger) to have sex. It’s quick. It’s unsatisfying, and it was sure weird how he kept yelling “ouch.” But the morning after, Sara feels on top of the world. That is until she projectile vomits in front of a hall full of gawking classmates. Something strange is going on here. The following morning, Sara has a rude awakening, rising to see that overnight her belly has ballooned as if she’s nine-months pregnant!

Desperate to hide this mistake from her chipper single-mom (J.J. Nolan), Sara begs her abandoned bestie for advice. Hurt but still loyal, Hayley takes Sara to a free clinic, where a bible-thumping pro-life protester is the least of their worries. Early in act two, Sara’s “vag canon” spits out a vicious alien that’s hellbent on destruction. Still wearing her hospital gown, she and Hayley flee. But they’ll not only have to solve the mystery of how she’s become a cryptozoological cautionary tale, but also have to face down her bouncing baby beast in a suitably bonkers finale. Along the way, they’ll make a string of silly pit stops, collide with colorful characters like a stoned llama-caretaker, an arrogant hacker, a never-say-die deputy, and party-crash to save the world.

The story is totally out there, reminiscent of Joe Dante’s The ‘Burbs with a splash of Barry Sonnenfeld-style sci-fi camp. Co-writers/co-directors Stephen Cedars and Benji Kleiman have a clear love for genre, relishing the opportunity to splash buckets of blood with outlandish kills, and to wrench mayhem and thrills out of a seamless blend of CGI and practical effects. There’s a gleefulness to the gore and horror as this creature feature tears apart a formerly quiet Arizona town. And amid much silliness, there are some solidly shocking scares, including the first kill of this blood-thirsty baby. Cedars, Kleiman, and co-writer Scott Yacyshyn also work in winking allusions to classics like Invasion of the Body Snatchers, Gremlins, and even Mean Girls. For its sci-fi silliness alone I’d recommend this wacky horror-comedy. But what takes Snatchers from fun to fantastic is the heartfelt story at its core.

Like the heroines of great teen comedies like Clueless, Edge of Seventeen and Booksmart, Sara and Hayley are at a crossroads. Sara had the choice between playing Magic: The Gathering and staying true to her childhood bestie, or posturing to impress the popular girls and get a hot jock boyfriend. Choosing the latter not only transformed her into a mean girl but also the teen mom of a literal little monster. Her comeuppance is not only extreme and comical but also gives Sarah a chance to realize her mistakes and redeem herself. In some sense, Snatchers plays like an afterschool special on acid. But the friendship at its core grounds its out-of-this-world plot. Though they begin the movie estranged, Nepi and Elyse’s easy chemistry deftly displays how close Sara and Hayley once were. You feel their history in every exasperated eye-roll, exchanged glance, and goofy grin. And you root for them, whether their misadventures have you laughing or squealing. Best of all, they’re totally game to spin from bantering to bickering to butt-kicking.

All in all, Snatchers boldly blends suburban-weirdness, silly sci-fi, goofy gore, and tender teen comedy to create a movie that feels like Clueless meets Gremlins. Which means Snatchers a total blast.

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