Allisyn Ashley Arm
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|Allisyn Ashley Arm|
Arm in August 2010
April 25, 1996 |
Glendale, California, USA
Allisyn Ashley Arm (born April 25, 1996) is an American teen/tween actress and sketch comedian. Arm is most known for her main role as Zora Lancaster on Sonny with a Chance and in Disney Channel's sketch comedy series So Random!
Allisyn Ashley Arm was born on April 25, 1996 in Glendale, California. After seeing a number of plays in the Los Angeles area, her parents saw her act when she was half a year old and decided to put her into an acting school in Arizona.
The first acting job Arm booked was for a Bounty commercial that never aired. Despite the fact that her first attempt at commercial acting was done in vain, she eventually starred in many televised advertisements that did air; and in May 2002, she was cast in her very first television appearance on the medical drama series: Strong Medicine. She would go on to make appearances in episodes of Friends, 10-8, Miracles, and Judging Amy. Arm also had roles on films such as Man of the House and King of California with Twilight’s Ashley Greene. In 2009, Allisyn starred as Zora in the Disney Channel's original comedic teen sitcom, created by Steve Marmel; Sonny with a Chance which also starred Demi Lovato, continuing the role when the show was revamped into the sketch comedy series So Random!, beginning in 2011. She also appeared in Amber Lily's new music video "Overloadin'" with her So Random! co star Audrey Whitby in 2011. Arm recently voiced the character Stormy in the Disney Junior series Jake and the Never Land Pirates.
In an interview with People; Allisyn Ashley Arm said, "I watch a lot of SNL skits online. I love Chris Farley and Jim Carrey. I always think, 'What would Jim Carrey do in this scene?' He's a lot of my inspiration for my character (Zora)."
|1998||Cask of Amontillado, TheThe Cask of Amontillado||Montressor's Daughter|
|2002||Strong Medicine||Wendy Withers||Episode: "Outcomes"|
|2003||Miracles||Amelia Wye||Episode: "Little Miss Lost"|
|2003||Friends||Leslie Buffay||Episode: "The One Where Ross Is Fine"|
|2003||Judging Amy||Molly Maddox||Episode: "Ex Parte of Five"|
|2003||10-8: Officers on Duty||Little Wailing Girl||Episode: "Late for School"|
|2005||Man of the House||Charlotte Tulaire|
|2005||Still Standing||Ella||Episode: "Still Holding"|
|2005||Inconceivable||Lexie||Episode: "To Surrogate, with Love"|
|2006||Dive Olly Dive!||Beth||6 episodes|
|2006||Vanished||Violet||Episode: "Warm Springs"|
|2007||Back to You||Kid #1||Episode: "Gracie's Bully"|
|2007||King of California||Miranda (age 9)|
|2007||Greetings from Earth||Little girl|
|2007||Mr. Woodcock||Scout Girl|
|2008||Disney Channel's Totally New Year||Player||Disney Channel-Event|
|2008||Meet Dave||Nerdy Girl|
|2009||Disney Channel's Totally New Year 2009||Herself|
|2009–2011||Sonny With a Chance||Zora Lancaster||Main role, Disney Channel Original Series|
|2011-2012||So Random||Zora Lancaster||Main role, Disney Channel Original Series|
|2012||Law & Order: Special Victims Unit||Anna||Episode: "Lost Reputation"|
|2012-2013||Jake and the Never Land Pirates||Stormy||Voice|
|2013||Body of Proof||Celeste||Episode: "Committed"|
|2013||AwesomenessTV||Random Characters||Recurring (42 Episodes)|
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