Ana de la Reguera Age Height Weight Net Worth Body Measurements

Ana de la Reguera

Ana de la Reguera
Photo: Antonio Nava / Secretaria de Cultura / Wikimedia Commons / CC BY-SA 2.0

Birth Date

April 8, 1977


44 years old



Sun Sign


Natural hair color

Dark Brown

Eye color



5 ft 3 in | 160 cm tall

Net Worth

$2 Million

Body Measurements

32-24-33 in | 83-61-84 cm


57 kg | 125.5 lbs

Bra Size


Shoe size

7.5 US | 38 EU

Early acting career First movie Breakthrough

Anabell Gardoqui de la Reguera was born in Heroica Veracruz, Mexico, on April 8, 1977, 1981, is a Mexican actress.

Young Ana de la Reguera began her professional acting career in telenovelas.

She made her big screen debut in Mexican road movie Por la libre (2000) in role as María.

She got her television debut in Mexican telenovela Azul (1996) in role as Cecilia.

Her breakthrough performance came as Sister Encarnación in sports comedy drama film Nacho Libre (2006).

Best Movies

She won the Chelsea Film Festival Award for Best Supporting Actress for her role as Ana in comedy drama film Sun Belt Express (2014).

She won the Downtown Film Festival Los Angeles Award for Breakthrough Performance for her role as Yoana in drama film Collisions (2018).

She won the Imagen Foundation Award for Best Actress - Film for her performance as Blanca in crime drama movie Backyard (El Traspatio) (2009).

She won the Mexican Cinema Journalists Silver Goddess Award for Best Actress for her role as Lucía in drama film On the Edge (Así del precipicio) (2006).

She won the MTV Movie Award, Mexico for Favorite Actress for her role as Ana in romantic comedy movie Ladies' Night (2003).

Cop Out (2010) buddy cop action comedy opposite Bruce Willis, Tracy Morgan and Kevin Pollak

Di Di Hollywood (2010) drama with Elsa Pataky, Peter Coyote and Paul Sculfor

Hidalgo: La historia jamás contada (2010) biography drama opposite Demián Bichir and Cecilia Suárez

Cowboys & Aliens (2011) science fiction Western with Daniel Craig, Harrison Ford and Olivia Wilde

Jessabelle (2014) supernatural horror opposite Sarah Snook, Mark Webber and Joelle Carter

She voiced Carmen Sánchez in animated musical fantasy comedy film The Book of Life (2014).

Everything, Everything (2017) romantic drama with Amandla Stenberg and Nick Robinson

The Forever Purge (2021) dystopian action horror in role as Adela, opposite Josh Lucas and Cassidy Freeman

Army of the Dead (2021) zombie heist in role as Maria Cruz, with Dave Bautista and Ella Purnell

Best TV Shows

Pueblo chico, infierno grande (1997) Mexican historical telenovela in role as Priscila

Por tí (2002) Mexican telenovela in role as María Aldana / Isabel Miranda

Gitanas (2004) Mexican telenovela in role as María Salomé

Capadocia (2008) HBO Latin America television series in role as Lorena Guerra

Eastbound & Down (2010) HBO sports comedy series in role as Vida

Royal Pains (2010) USA Network comedy drama series in role as Carmen

Anger Management (2014) FX sitcom in role as Livi

Narcos (2015) Netflix crime drama series in role as Elisa Alvaro

Jane the Virgin (2016) The CW romantic comedy drama and satirical telenovela in role as Paola

From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series (2016) horror series in role as Venganza Vordugo

Power (2017-2019) Starz crime drama series in role as Alicia Jimenez

Twin Peaks (2017) Showtime mystery horror drama series in role as Natalie

Goliath (2018-2019) Amazon Studios legal drama series in role as Marisol Silva

Ana (2020) Mexican comedy drama series in role as Ana


Studied performance arts at the Instituto Veracruzano de la Cultura.

Studied at the Monroe Woodbury High School in New York.

Has sister, Alicia de la Reguera.

Has Mexican ancestry.

She hosted the MTV Video Music Awards Latin America in 2006.

She was honored with the Dolores del Rio Award in 2010.

She founded a civil association, VeraCruzANA in 2010.

Served as chair of the ONE Children's Foundation in 2017.

Lives in Mexico and Los Angeles, California, United States.


She dated Diego Boneta (2013-2017), Tomás Ruiz González (2011-2013), Jorge Ramos (2005-2010) and Erick Elias (2004-2005).

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