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She says on of her favorite episodes of South of Nowhere was the paintball episode.
She is very nice in real life but enjoys playing a bitch.
Her parents' anniversary is on June 5th.
She is the host of LA TV Live, a local music show.
Valery loves talking on the phone.
Her favorite actors/actresess include Shylo, Julia, Lewis, Will, Lovette, Jim, Eva, Halle, Rachel, Denzel, and Sandra.
Her favorite musical artist include Jennifer, Jesse, Marc, Adrienne, Kelly, Alanis, Chayanne, and Papi.
Here favorite movies include The Notebook, Selena, and Land Before Time (the original).
Her mother calls her Vale sometimes or Valeria.
Then, just before her senior year, Valery traveled to Los Angeles for vacation, and while there, a friend set her up with a talent manager. Things went well, so she decided to stay and immediately moved into an apartment.
Her first big break was hosting the "anything goes" show SPLAT! on Nickelodeon.
Valery grew up in Orlando Florida.
Valery started cheerleading in 6th grade.
Valery was accepted into the Dr. Phillips Performing Arts Theatre Magnet High School.
She continued to dance but her curiosity to be in front of the camera grew as her older brother, Hector, explored his interest in 'movie making'.
Got a dancing scholarship to The Southern Ballet Theatre Performing Art Centre in Orlando, Florida.
Valery's first passion was to become a "ballerina".
(asked "How do your friends and family react to seeing their sweet little Valery be so un-sweet on TV?")
Valery: They LOVE it! Haha My friend Kenyetta was particularly happy to see me play someone quite sassy. Oh! and my little cousin Wesley (lives in NY) didn't want to speak to me on the phone one day b/c he told my aunt I was "mean". LOL But for the most part everyone enjoys seeing that side of me.
Valery: I've never met anyone 100% Madison (thank God hehe) but have met or heard of those with similar personality traits. So I just take a little from different people or even other characters I've seen in movies/TV.
Vallery: There may be some cheerleaders out there who do it solely for popularity, but I hope that isn't their only reason for becoming a cheerleader," Valery says. "I don't want young girls to want to be like our characters on the show. When you are involved in something like cheerleading, which I consider to be a positive team activity, it should be like your second family. I had theater, cheerleading, dance classes, etc., and I am so thankful I was able to be around all that positive energy."