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Anastasia Acosta

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Anastasia Acosta
Born
Anastasia Magdalena Acosta Loría

(1974-10-18) October 18, 1974 (age 47)
NationalityCosta Rican
OccupationActress, model
Years active1995-present

Anastasia Acosta (born Anastasia Magdalena Acosta Loría on October 18, 1974) is a Mexican actress and model. She is better known simply as Anastasia, famous in the world of Mexican television.

Born in San José, Costa Rica, Anastasia started her career in the modeling world and immediately won the attention of Mexican producers. She was invited to stay in Mexico to star as a game show model in the Mexican version of "Wheel of Fortune" ("La Rueda de la Fortuna"). Shortly after, the actor and producer Jorge Ortiz de Pinedo invited her to co-host the program "Humor es los Comediantes". Anastasia became well known for her roles in television comedy, particularly the very popular television series "Cero en Conducta". She then moved on to play antagonist roles in several soap operas. Anastasia has also performed and continues to perform in theater with glowing critical and public reviews of her work,

Filmography

Telenovelas, Series, Films, TV Show/Programs
Year Title Role Notes
1996 Marisol Yolanda "Yoli" Supporting Role
El diario de la noche Herself TV Series
1998 La usurpadora Viviana Carrillo de Gómez Supporting Role
1998-99 Derbez en cuando Herself TV Series
1999 Rosalinda Alcira Ordoñez Supporting Role
1999-00 Cuento de Navidad Jasive/Viriana TV Mini-series
1999-01 Humor es... Los Comediantes Herself/Presenter TV Program
1999-03 Cero en conducta Rosa Davalos Montes TV Series
2001-06 Mujer, casos de la vida real TV Series
2002-03 ¡Vivan los niños![1] Dalia Supporting Role
2003 Corazón de melón Bárbara Film
2003 La jaula Herself TV Series
2004 Amar otra vez[2] Adriana Candamo Rivadeneyra Supporting Role
2005 Pablo y Andrea Paula Supporting Role
2007-08 Tormenta en el paraíso[3] Leonor Supporting Role
2009-11 Se Vale Herself TV Show
2012 Un refugio para el amor Special Appearance
2014 Los miserables Consuelo "Chelo" Durán Monteagudo de Gordillo Supporting Role

Theater

  • Quiero pero no puedo (Teatro Insurgentes)
  • El show de la escuelita (Teatro blanquita)
  • Busco al hombre de mi vida, marido ya tuve (Teatro Arlequín/Teatro Ofelia)

References

  1. ^ Vivan los niños llega a su fin
  2. ^ "Amar otra vez". Archived from the original on 2012-10-20. Retrieved 2014-07-23.
  3. ^ Univision Estrena Tormenta en el paraíso

External links

This page was last edited on 29 November 2021, at 20:07
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