Television has a way in accentuating the female form and I must say the comely JESSICA LUZA is some looker. You may have seen her guest-starring on the very first episode of the Raven Symone sitcom “State Of Georgia” as the aspiring actress who gets sarcastically rejected. It’s about making a quick impression in one’s young career and this ravishing cutie has shown she’s more than capable of pushing herself on film. As the rebellious Teri opposite Lucas Till in “The Lost & Found Family”, JESSICA displayed the tenacity of an individual with a single-mindedness that’s to be admired. In fact, that solid performance has become a stepping stone towards what will be heaps of success for this glowing prospect. Check out her excellent reel (above) covering her work in commercials as well as an actress and host.
She’s already nabbed a lead role in the drama “At The Top Of The Pyramid” that sees her vying for the captaincy of Centreville Wildcat Cheerleaders with her squad members. With all that feminine tension, prepare for the cattiness to rear its ugly head despite the family-oriented themes of the film. Blessed with her beautiful almond eyes that’s evocative of youthful splendor and the lovably exotic features, there’s so much to be fond of JESSICA. From one of the interviews, JESSICA remarked that she’s firm in her belief to “do one good deed a day”; With such noble standing, there can only be good things for this fabulous newcomer.