Late last year everyone’s favorite streaming service announced this sure-to-be hilarious sitcom – starring industry legends Sean Austin and Melissa Joan Heart alongside young stars Siena Agudong, Kalama Epstein, and Lauren Donzis – following 13-year-old Nick, who infiltrates a family with the intention to get revenge on them for unknowingly ruining her life. And now, you’ll be able to binge-watch the entire first season of “No Good Nick” when it launches on Netflix on April 15th!
Siena Agudong is joining the Netflix family! It was recently announced that the 14-year-old actress – known for her role on Nickelodeon’s “Stars Fall” – would be joining the cast of upcoming Netflix comedy series “No Good Nick.” As the title character, Nicole (Nick for short), Siena will be putting her skills to the test by acting as a young con artist who moves in with a family of four.
EXCLUSIVE: A couple of years ago, Netflix entered the family sitcom arena with Fuller House, a sequel to TGIF’s Full House. For its follow-up effort in the space, the Internet network has picked up another family sitcom with TGIF pedigree. Netflix has given a 20-episode order to No Good Nick, a multi-camera comedy headlined by Melissa Joan Hart, star of the TGIF comedy Sabrina the Teenage Witch, and Sean Astin, in his return to Netflix after his memorable co-starring turn on the second season of Stranger Things.
Born in Hawaii in 2004, Siena Agudong is paving her way in the entertainment industry at just 13 years old. She has captivated audiences through her performances, both on stage and on screen. “I actually followed what my sister did. She started out with plays,” she said. “I really, really enjoyed acting.” Her first break was in 2014, playing Lulu Parker on the ABC drama “Killer Women.” She has since been a steady guest star on Nickelodeon’s “Nicky, Ricky, Dicky, and Dawn” as well as Tiffany, a recurring role on TVLand’s “Teachers.”
In the upcoming family film, Alex & Me, Olympic gold medalist and all-around soccer superstar Alex Morgan makes her big screen debut playing herself -- or a version of herself, magically brought to life off a poster in a young fan's bedroom in order to impart the girl with the determination and self-worth required to make her dreams come true. The movie, from writer-director Eric Champnella, is like Bend It Like Beckham meets Life Size. (Y'know, the one where Tyra Banks' inspirational Barbie doll comes to life.)
Siena Agudong is about to make her Nickelodeon debut on new series, Star Falls – but before she does, JJJ has 10 Fun Facts that you need to know about her! “I’m so excited for everyone to see Star Falls,” Siena told us ahead of the premiere. “We have all worked so hard. I can’t wait for everyone to love it as much as we do!”
After talking to Siena Agudong, we have no doubt that 2018 is her year! The rising actress has captivated audiences through all her recent projects and you can watch her next in ‘Star Falls,’ premiering March 31 on Nickelodeon! Read the exclusive interview below and get to know your new fave!
A brand new series is coming to Nickelodeon this month, and we’re giving you an exclusive first look at the trailer! “Star Falls” stars Siena Agudong as Sophia Miller, a teen who convinces a Hollywood actor to stay with her family while he’s filming a movie in town in hopes of setting him up with her mom. Along the way she’ll meet Diamond Brooks (Kamaia Fairburn), Nate Rex (Tomaso Sanelli), Phoenix Brooke (Jadiel Dowlin) and Bo Brooks (Marcus Cornwall).
What do you think sets you apart from other working young actors out there?
I have every intention of pursuing acting for a long while because it is truly something that I love so much. I act because I love the art of it all. From reading the scripts, to watching the completed product, it’s just absolutely amazing. I think my passion, determination, and the support I have will help me along this wonderful journey.