Ana de la Reguera
Ana de la Reguera
Anabell Gardoqui de la Reguera
April 8, 1977
Anabell Gardoqui de la Reguera (Spanish pronunciation: [ˈana ðe la reˈɣeɾa]; born April 8, 1977) is a Mexican actress who has starred in telenovelas, films, the HBO television series Eastbound & Down and Capadocia, and the Amazon television series Goliath.
Reguera was born in Veracruz, Mexico. Her mother, Nena de la Reguera, was a Miss Veracruz who became a journalist and television personality. Reguera began taking classes in classic ballet and later began performance arts studies at Instituto Veracruzano de la Cultura. She left Veracruz to study at Televisa's CEA, and later studied with Juan Carlos Corazza in Spain and then in Los Angeles with Aaron Spicer, Lisa Robertson, and Joan Scheckel.
Reguera's acting career began with her role in the telenovela Azul (1996) followed by Pueblo chico, infierno grande (1997), with Verónica Castro, for which she received the Heraldo award for best female acting, and Desencuentro which was her third telenovela under the direction of Ernesto Alonso.
Tentaciones (1998) marked her beginning with the production company Argos Comunicación. She was immediately offered a role in Tentaciones and Todo por amor, for which she received the Palmas de or award.
Cara o Cruz was the first telenovela co-production between Argos Comunicación and Telemundo. Reguera played María Salome in the successful telenovela Gitanas.
Reguera played the role of Marisol Silva in season 2 of Goliath as part of the main cast, and in season 3 as a recurring character. Season 2 aired in 2018 on Amazon Prime, while season 3 aired in 2019 on the same service.
Reguera participated in El Cartero, directed by Raúl Quintanilla, for which she received two awards from the Mexican Association of Theatre Journalists. She then played Desdemona in Othello and Danna in the play Nadando con Tiburones, alongside Demián Bichir and Alfonso Herrera.
Her introduction to film was in Por la libre. Later she appeared in Ladies Night alongside Ana Claudia Talancón, for which she received an MTV Movie Award for 'Favorite Actress'. At the 40th Diosas de Plata Awards of the Mexican Cinema, she received the Dolores del Rio award. In 2005 she played the starring role in Gitanas which aired on Telemundo.
She is known for her role as Sister Encarnación in Nacho Libre, a film by Jared Hess, director of Napoleon Dynamite. She also played Sam Rockwell's wife 'Maria' in Cowboys & Aliens directed by Jon Favreau.
In 2010, she played the historical Josefa Quintana, a mistress of Father Miguel Hidalgo, played by Demián Bichir who was a hero of the Mexican War of Independence, in the Mexican film Hidalgo: La historia jamás contada.
In September 2010, Ana De La Reguera founded VeraCruzANA, a civil association. VeraCruzANA supports the underprivileged community in Veracruz, Mexico. It seeks to generate employment by promoting projects and programs that contribute to the development of community.
In 2017, Ana De La Reguera served as chair of the ONE Children's Foundation, a 501 C3 non-profit organization founded by Claudia Pinto] in the city of Los Angeles, which gave birth to Los Angeles en Mexico, a movement created by herself, Karla Souza, Kate del Castillo and Olga Segura, after the earthquake that hit Mexico in September 19, 2017.
|2000||Por la libre||María|
|2002||Un secreto de Esperanza||Lety|
|2006||Nacho Libre||Sister Encarnación|
|2006||Así del precipicio||Lucía|
|2007||Sultanes del Sur||Mónica Silvari|
|2009||Empire State||Ellen Cochrane|
|2010||Di Di Hollywood||Rita Marlow|
|2010||Hidalgo: La historia jamás contada||Josefa Quintana||Mexican War of Independence|
|2011||Cowboys & Aliens||Maria|
|2014||The Book of Life||Carmen Sánchez||Voice|
|2021||Army of the Dead||Cruz||Post-production|
|2021||The Forever Purge||Post-production|
|1997||Pueblo chico, infierno grande||Priscila||Telenovela|
|2000–2001||Todo por amor||Lucía||Telenovela|
|2001||Cara o cruz||Mariana Medina/Aída||Telenovela|
|2002||Por tí||María Aldana/Isabel Miranda||Telenovela|
|2003||Como Pedro por su casa||Astrid||Television series|
|2003||Luciana y Nicolás||Luciana||Telenovela|
|2008||Capadocia||Lorena Guerra||Television series|
|2009||Empire State||Ellen Cochrane||Pilot episode|
|2010||Eastbound & Down||Vida||Television series|
|2010||Royal Pains||Carmen||Television series|
|2014||Anger Management||Livi||Television series|
|2015||The Blacklist||Vanessa Cruz||Episode 2.18, "Vanessa Cruz (No. 117)"|
|2015||Narcos||Elisa Alvaro||Netflix series|
|2016||Drunk History: El Lado Borroso De La Historia||Amada Diaz||Television series|
|2016||Jane the Virgin||Paola||Television series|
|2016||From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series||Venganza Vordugo||Television series|
|2017–2019||Power||Alicia Jimenez||Television series|
|2017||Twin Peaks||Natalie||Television series|
|2018–2019||Goliath||Marisol Silva||Television series|
|TBA||Army of the Dead: Lost Vegas||Cruz||Television series|
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- "Capadocia". IMDb.com. Retrieved 25 December 2018.
- Andreeva, Nellie (19 March 2016). "'Twin Peaks': Ana De La Reguera & Hugh Dillon Join Showtime Revival". Deadline.com. Retrieved 25 December 2018.
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- Petski, Denise (26 April 2016). "'From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series': Ana de la Reguera, Tom Savini & Marko Zaror Join Cast". Deadline.com. Retrieved 25 December 2018.
- "'The Blacklist' Casting News: Mexican Actress Ana De La Reguera Joins NBC Show [PHOTO]". Latin Times. 31 March 2015. Retrieved 25 December 2018.
- "Ana de la Reguera: Marisol Silva". imbd.com. Retrieved 23 April 2020.
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- "Ana de la Reguera y Demián Bichir presentan Nadando con tiburones - La Crónica de Hoy". Cronica.com.mx. Retrieved 25 December 2018.
- Carina Chocano (June 16, 2006). "Nacho Libre". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved 2010-04-30.
- McNary, Dave (29 August 2016). "Ana De La Reguera Joining 'Everything Everything' Movie". Variety.com. Retrieved 26 December 2018.
- 'Eastbound & Down' Heads to Mexico For Season 2, Taps New Regulars. Deadline.com (April 2010). Retrieved on 2012-06-02.
- "VERACRUZ ANA". VERACRUZ ANA. Retrieved 26 December 2018.
- "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2018-12-04. Retrieved 2018-11-14.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
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