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Carla Jimenez (born May 14, 1974) is an American television and film actress.
She has had roles in series such as Lincoln Heights, My Name Is Earl and Little Britain USA, and has appeared in films including Miss March (2009) and Phat Girlz (2006). She is of Costa Rican and Mexican descent.
Jimenez has appeared in such feature films as Nacho Libre, Lady in the Water, and Accepted. In 2003, Jimenez appeared as a character named Virginia, in the independent cult film My Life with Morrissey by Andrew Overtoom. She was a recurring character on the ABC TV shows Desperate Housewives, Better Off Ted and Last Man Standing. She also played the recurring role of Rosa on Raising Hope.
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