Laura Marano started acting in the theatre when she was five years old.She has done numerous plays at the Agoura Children's Theatre, and continued her acting in many national commercials.In fact, Pixie, the show mascot dog, lived in his room on work days.
Will the finale shed light on what their future together (or not together) would have been? There are also a few Easter eggs thrown in for people paying close attention.“We wanted to gear it towards a younger audience, because it seems that it’s them who are paying attention,” Vanessa added.“They want to hear about the hard subjects…this is a generation right now that is screaming for information, that is screaming for change.” The sisters’ mom Ellen, who co-produced the film with them, continued, “People do not want to talk about things like sex trafficking – they are very fearful about it.In the pilot script, we mentioned that Austin can play every instrument ever, and then Ross came in, and he really could. We have an ongoing group text with the cast, and we try to see them whenever we can.We are all going to watch the finale together (except for Ross, who will be in Japan). If the show were to continue for another five, 10 or 20 years, how would you envision the characters and their relationships in the future? We think they will always be best friends and continue to have adventures together like they do now. We think the finale will be extremely satisfying for the fans.She is now starring in the new Disney Channel pilot, Austin & Ally (2011), where she is playing the title character, "Ally Dawson".