Ana de la Reguera

Ana de la Reguera (born April 8, 1977) is a Mexican actress, producer, and television host. She began her career in Mexico in the early 2000s, starring in telenovelas such as "Amigas y rivales" and "Ladies' Night". In 2007, she made her Hollywood debut in the film "Nacho Libre", and has since appeared in numerous American films and television shows, including "Cowboys & Aliens", "Eastbound & Down", "Jane the Virgin", and "Narcos".

De la Reguera has also hosted several television shows, including "American Latino TV" and "The Voice Mexico". She is known for her outspoken personality and her willingness to take on controversial roles. She has been praised for her performances in both comedic and dramatic roles, and has won several awards for her work.

In 2019, de la Reguera starred in the Netflix series "Diablero", which was the first Mexican original series produced by the streaming service. She also produced and starred in the film "Everything About Nina", which was released in 2018.

De la Reguera is a vocal advocate for women's rights and has spoken out against gender violence and discrimination. She is also a supporter of the LGBTQ community.

Here are some additional facts about Ana de la Reguera:

  • She was born in Veracruz, Mexico.
  • She is fluent in Spanish and English.
  • She has a degree in communications from the Universidad Iberoamericana.
  • She is a dual citizen of Mexico and the United States.
  • She is married to actor Jorge Ramos.
  • She has been nominated for several awards, including a Golden Globe Award and two Primetime Emmy Awards.
  • She won the Ariel Award for Best Actress in 2003 for her role in the film "Ladies' Night".
  • She was named one of the "100 Most Influential Hispanics" by Hispanic Business magazine in 2017.