|Born||January 9, 1993|
Redlands, California, U.S.
Ashley Argota (born January 9, 1993) is an American actress and singer. She is known for her roles on television, such as Lulu on the Nickelodeon sitcom True Jackson, VP, and Kelly on the Nickelodeon sitcom Bucket & Skinner's Epic Adventures.
Argota was born in Redlands, California to Filipino parents. She graduated in high school from Connections Academy, an online virtual high school. She began her professional career as contestant on the Arsenio Hall-hosted Star Search on CBS in 2003.
Argota's first acting role was an appearance in the 2007 independent film Schooled. In 2008 Argota was cast on the Nickelodeon comedy television series True Jackson, VP, playing the role of Lulu one of the best friends of True Jackson (Keke Palmer). As a singer, Argota has released two independent albums Dreams Come True (2006) and Ashley (2007).
In 2011 Argota was cast as the female lead, Kelly, in another Nickelodeon comedy series Bucket & Skinner's Epic Adventures. Argota confirmed on July 5, 2012 that Nickelodeon had cancelled Bucket & Skinner's Epic Adventures. She also appeared in a Nickelodeon celebrity-episode of the series BrainSurge during which she lost during a Sudden Death round to Jerry Trainor. She appeared again in 2011 with other various Nickelodeon celebrities and won. Argota planned to attend New York University in 2011, majoring in nursing.
Argota was cast in the 2014 Disney Channel Original Movie How to Build a Better Boy in summer 2013, playing the school rival of the film's leads. In December 2013, she starred in the show Aladdin and His Winter Wish at the Pasadena Playhouse playing the Princess. This same month, she was nominated for the Libby Award by Peta2 for her work with adoption practices. Starting in 2014, Argota has played the recurring role of Lou Chan on the ABC Family drama The Fosters, and had a recurring role on the Disney XD series Lab Rats as S-1.
|2008||iCarly||Kathy||Episode: "iHave a Lovesick Teacher"|
|2008–2011||True Jackson, VP||Lulu||Main role|
|2011–2013||Bucket & Skinner's Epic Adventures||Kelly||Main role|
|2012||Baby Daddy||Ava||Episode: "May the Best Friend Win"|
|2013||The Troop||Mazie||Episode: "Road Trip (aka "The Kiss")"|
|2014||Austin & Ally||Elle||Episode: "Glee Clubs & Glory"|
|2014||Chasing Life||Kristina||Episode: "Finding Chemo"|
|2014||How to Build a Better Boy||Nevaeh Barnes||Disney Channel Original Movie|
|2014–2015||Lab Rats||S-1/Taylor||Recurring role (seasons 3–4)|
|2014–2016||The Fosters||Lou Chan||Recurring role (seasons 2–4)|
|2015||Broken: A Musical||Helen||Film|
|2016||Girl Meets World||Nikki||Episodes: "Girl Meets High School: Parts One and Two"|
|2016||All Hallows' Eve||Sarah Ettels||Film|
|2018||Liberty Crossing||Abigail Abaya||Main role|
|2019||The Rookie||Bella||Episode: "Warriors and Guardians"|
|2020||I Hate New Year's||Cassie Holmes||Film|
|Dreams Come True||
|"Hope Is In You"||2016|
|"I Don't Want To Be"||2018|
|"I Always Will"||2021||TBA|
(Brad Hooks feat. Ashley Argota)
|2016||7 / Green 27jeans (EP)|
|"Dreams Come True"||2006||Dreams Come True & Ashley|
|"I'm Not That Girl"||2009||Non-album promotional singles|
|2011||"Dance With Me Santa"||Broadway's Carols for a Cure, Vol. 13|||
Tourniquet feat. Gabbie Rae and Ashley Argota
|Onward To Freedom|||
|2006||"Dreams Come True"||Jason Jarrett|||
|2016||"Hope Is In You"||Samuel Womer|||
It’s also a major cause of amusement for True’s friends Lulu (Ashley Argota) and Ryan (Matthew Shively), who do all they can to help her...
Ashley Argota has been cast as the female lead in the Nickelodeon series “Bucket & Skinner’s Epic Adventures.” Argota plays an all-American surfer girl that all the guys want to date. Past credits include “True Jackson VP” and “iCarly.”
When her best friend Mae (Kelli Berglund) is humiliated at school by a resident mean girl (Ashley Argota), tech-savvy Gabby (China Anne McClain) offers to create a virtual boyfriend to ease Mae's pain.
Jordan Fisher (Disney's "Teen Beach Movie") will star as Aladdin, while Ashley Argota (Nickelodeon’s "True Jackson VP") and Richard Karn ("Home Improvement") will play the princess and sultan, respectively.
Once more audiences are encouraged to boo villainous Abanazar (Josh Adamson, suitably grandiose); cheer Aladdin and his proto-feminist Princess (Ashley Argota, full-voiced and charming)...
Adding to the drama will be Brandon's ex-girlfriend and ex-bandmate Lou Chan, played by returning recurring actress Ashley Argota (Lab Rats).