Before playing loner Sofía on Control Z, Ana got her start in the 2017 film April’s Daughter. She played Valeria, a 17-year-old who reaches out to her estranged mother for help when she learns that she is pregnant. The movie appeared in the Cannes Film Festival in 2017, and it received the Jury Prize for the Un Certain Regard section.
Ana also had the starring role of Lucy in the 2019 film Muerte al Verano, which is a coming of age story.
She is set to star in the 2021 film Los Dias Que No Estuve alongside Martín Altomaro, Irene Azuela, and Sara Casasnovas. Ana’s other upcoming film is Mi Novia Es La Revolución, which she has top billing for. Actresses Mauro Sanchez Navarro and Martha Claudia Moreno are also going to appear in that movie.
As for Ana’s background, the 23-year-old actress was born in Mexico and she has a sister named Astrid. Per her Instagram bio, she’s a feminist, and she’s represented by Talent on the Road Management.