Siena Agudong was an American actress who was best known for her roles on the Nickelodeon shows "Star Falls" (Nickelodeon, 2018- ) and "Nicky, Ricky, Dicky & Dawn" (Nickelodeon, 2014-18). Born and raised on the Kauai island of Hawaii, Agudong's initial brush with acting was in the theater. She started appearing in numerous plays in Hawaii, and racked up various awards for her prowess on stage. It was during this period as a stage actress that Agudong drew widespread praise for her role as the Wicked Witch in the "Wizard of Oz." With her stage-acting career on the rise, Agudong began branching out into more film and television work. She nabbed her first movie-acting role in the 2013 film "Second Chances" (2013). Then the following year, in 2014, Agudong landed her first big break when she joined the cast of the ABC western series "Killer Women" (ABC, 2014). Agudong played Lulu Parker on the series, which lasted for one season on the network. After her part on "Killer Women" ended, Agudong spent the next couple of years honing her acting chops by appearing on the Nickelodeon shows "Nicky, Ricky, Dicky & Dawn" and "Star Falls." Furthermore, she also nabbed a small recurring role on the TV Land comedy series "Teachers" (TV Land, 2016- ). With her television acting career accelerating, Agudong nabbed her first starring film role in 2018 in the family-oriented sports film "Alex & Me" (2018). That film, which was written and directed by Alex Champnella, premiered in the summer of 2018.