Vega reprised the role in the 2011 sequel, Spy Kids: All the Time in the World.
In 2003, she was named one of that year's hottest teen celebrities in the July 2003 issue Vanity Fair.
22 episode of the hit CBS drama, Vega's Grace gets to spread her wings even more as Alicia and Lucca (Cush Jumbo) find ways to save their floundering law firm.
(née Vega; born August 27, 1988) is an American actress and singer.
The first Spy Kids film was a huge success, and subsequently two sequels, Spy Kids 2: The Island of Lost Dreams and Spy Kids 3-D: Game Over were filmed.
During the shooting of the three films, she performed most of her own stunts.
News when we visited the set in October as the cast and crew were filming this Sunday's episode.
Grace and Zach (Graham Phillips) seemed to exist in the early days of The Good Wife purely to let Alicia (Julianna Margulies) emote or struggle with balancing her life.
The potentially damaging effects of social media on victims are similarly neutralized: Photo and video artifacts of Sam’s assault are not published by a pesky local blogger, a la Steubenville; Sam herself teams up with a fellow student blogger to share the evidence with the world and encourage witnesses to come forward, so the result is framed as empowering, not retraumatizing.
Playing that has been absolutely incredible," Vega told us.
"It's fun getting to actually have an impact on what's going on in Alicia's life and actually being able to help out."In "Restraint," the Sunday, Nov. Click play on the video above for more from Vega, including what Grace thinks about Jason (Jeffrey Dean Morgan).
which premieres Saturday, as “ripped from actual news headlines of a case in Steubenville, Ohio” (as well as “other shockingly similar incidents in communities across the country”).
But the true facts of the case—girl from across the river is raped by small-town high school football stars, evidence of the assault spreads between the town’s teenagers on social media, and a rift erupts between the town’s football fans and victim’s advocates—are too banal for Lifetime’s melodramatic impulse.
The clip showed the actress explaining to her dance partner how her illness developed.