Ashley Argota
Ashley Argota.jpg
Gender Female
Date of Birth January 9, 1993 (age 20)
Character(s) Lulu
Regular or Guest Regular
First Appearance Pilot

Ashley Spencer Argota (born January 9, 1993) is an American actress, singer, and student. She is best known for role as Lulu[2] in the Nickelodeon sitcom True Jackson, VP. She currently co-stars as Kelly Peckinpaw in Bucket & Skinner's Epic Adventures on Nickelodeon.

Ashley currently has her own wiki, the Ashley Argota Wiki.

Life and career

Argota was born in Redlands, California. She is of Filipino descent. She began her professional career as contestant on the Arsenio Hall-hosted Star Search on CBS in 2003. She began acting at the age of 14. In 2007, she starred in an independent film titled Schooled. 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.

As a singer, she has released two independent albums Dreams Come True (06)[3] and Ashley (2008).[4]

Argota is currently attending New York University, majoring in nursing.[5]

She also guest starred in Austin & Ally as Elle, and had a role in Lab Rats as S-1.


  1. Film
Year Title Role Notes
2007 Schooled Soomi Alverez Independent film
Year Show Role Notes
2008–2011 True Jackson, VP Lulu[2] Main role, Nickelodeon original series
2011–present Bucket & Skinner's Epic Adventures Kelly Peckinpaw Main role, Nickelodeon original series
Guest appearances
Year Show Role Notes
2008 iCarly Kathy Episode: "iHave a Lovesick Teacher"
2010, 2011 BrainSurge Herself
2011 The Troop Mazie Episode: "Road Trip" (a.k.a. "The Kiss")
2014-2015 Lab Rats S-1 Episode: " You Posted What?!?, and Rise of the Secret Soldiers
2012 Figure It Out Herself


  • 2006: Dreams Come True
  • 2008: Ashley Argota
  • 2012: TBA


  1. ^ "Teen Star Fan Club - Ashley Argota".
  2. ^ a b "Twitter / Ashley Argota: Makes me laugh when people think Lulu's last name is Johnson.". Retrieved 2010-11-15.
  3. ^ Dreams Come True by Ashley Argota - Yahoo! Music
  4. ^ Ashley by Ashley Argota - Yahoo! Music
  5. ^ "INTERVIEW: TRUE JACKSON'S ASHLEY ARGOTA". TeenNick. May 29, 2011. Retrieved September 14, 2011.

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