Masiela Lusha was born October 23rd, 1985 in Tirana, Albania, the countrys capital and largest city. Her family then moved to the U.S. by age 7. She is best known as Carmen Lopez, the daughter on the first 5 seasons of sitcom The George Lopez show (102 episodes between 2002-2007), winning 2 Young Artists Awards in 2003 and 2004 for the role. However, many are surprised by the fact that Lusha is already a record holding writer as well— the poetess wrote and illustrated a book of poems in English and Albanian when she was only 12 years old, believed to be a world record because of the 2 languages. Not surprisingly, Lusha was precocious in her acting career as well. Her first credits came while she was a teenager like a short film called Summoning (2001) about a girl who uses dark powers to bring back her mothers ghost, and one episode of Lizzy MacGuire. Her first substantial role prior to The George Lopez show was on Cliffords Puppy Days, (12 episodes from 2003-2005 as a voice over). Since leaving the George Lopez show she has received starring or co-starring roles in 3 movies. Two are in post-production slated for a 2008 release. One returns to her dark roots from her first movie short, a film called Blood: The Last Vampire.