True considers quitting, but she instead changes her mind, after she's comforted by her boss's (Greg Proops) nephew, Jimmy (Robbie Amell), on whom she develops a crush.Note: This episode was featured on i Carly: "Season 1: Volume 2" box set.Ava played ‘young Amanda’ to actress Danielle Bisutti and worked with Keke Palmer and Robbie Amell.In the CBS show “Criminal Minds: Suspect Behavior”, she played ‘Erica Nichols’ and got to work opposite Oscar Winner Forrest Whitaker.The list of episodes for the Nickelodeon sitcom True Jackson, VP.The series revolves around True Jackson (Keke Palmer), a fashion-savvy teenage girl who becomes the vice president of the youth apparel division of Mad Style, a fashion company based in New York City.J-14: What's the best part about working with Keke? At the same time, I get to have my other side of it when I'm just a weird musician and I fly around screaming and talking about my band for most of the episodes. It's the action episode and not so much about the fashion. Turns out she is a little older than me, but she was just so sweet and couldn't have been a nicer person to work with. I just couldn't believe that someone that little could dance like that, it was unbelievable.Robbie: She's so mature, and so professional, and at the same time she's 16, so she's so fun and still really loves what she does. J-14: What was it like working with Ashley Tisdale and Alyson Stoner? Robbie: Picture This was with Ashley Tisdale, which was amazing. I would always ask her to dance on set and do the Missy Elliott video dance. When I moved out here for good, I kept contact with her.
She and Andrew East said their "I do's" in a romantic, rustic wedding in April.
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The "Dancing With the Stars" pro looked handsome in a navy suit while his bride looked lovely in an embroidered gown.
The series premiered on November 8, 2008 on Nickelodeon.
The series stars Keke Palmer, Ashley Argota, Matt Shively, Danielle Bisutti, Greg Proops, Robbie Amell and Ron Butler.