About Ana Otero
May 13, 1970
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The actress Ana Otero was born in Valladolid. Completed his secondary education, he enrolled at the school of theatre in Valladolid, where was taken the diploma in dramatic art, which she completed with various courses and workshops, taught by prestigious figures such as Pilar Miro or Bob McAndrew. He has worked both on television and in film and theater, being best known for his work on the small screen. On television, in 1996 participated in the series "all men are equal", giving life to the character of Yoli. This work followed, in 1999, his interpretation of Nuria in "Fellows". In 2005 she was hired to work in the SOAP "Amar en tiempos revueltos", in the role of Paloma Beltran, a businesswoman who was mistress of Fabian. Subsequently, the actress has been participating in other series, such as "Sex issue" or "The mysteries of Laura". ANA has made also some plays, like "Ephemeral love nights", "Those Blue Hills", "Better days" or "Rock 'n' Roll". His debut in the film took place in 1994, with the film "Give me fire", h ctor Carr. Sta followed by, in the year 1996, "Malena is a name of tango", directed by Gerardo Herrero. The rest of his filmography, highlight some feature films as "the love can seriously damage health", "Nobody, a winter's tale", "The voice of his master", "Reflections", "Dead flowers", "a good day have any it" or "The rose of no one". It has also participated in some short films like "Dogs in the rain", "sofa", "Gold" or "Eye tooth". ANA has been nominated twice by the actors Union Award for the best actress, one in 1997 for her role in the series "all men are equal" and the other in the year 2007 for his work on the telenovela "Amar en tiempos revueltos".