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Ana de la Reguera

Ana de la Reguera is a talented Mexican actress known for her work in Telenovelas and film that is heavily involved in charity work. Mexican actress Ana de la Reguera was born in Veracruz and has starred in telenovelas, film and television. Ana comes from a beautiful family- literally- her mother Nena de la Reguera once held the title of Miss Veracruz and later became a journalist and television personality.
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Ana de la Reguera on ‘The Forever Purge,’ the 'Army of the Dead' Animated Series, and ‘Nacho Libre’

With director Everardo Gout’s The Forever Purge arriving in theaters this weekend, I recently had the chance to speak with Ana de la Reguera about making the newest entry in the successful franchise. The Forever Purge is about a couple named Adela and Juan (played by Ana de la Reguera and Tenoch Huerta respectively) who find themselves stranded on a Texas ranch while fleeing from a drug cartel. There, they wind up at the mercy of a group of outsiders who plan to unlawfully continue their own Purge, and turn against the couple to eliminate them, as well as anyone else who might come to their aid. According to Gout, "It’s an amazing story of Latinos and Americans coming together to overcome despair and evil." The film also stars Josh Lucas, Cassidy Freeman, Leven Rambin, Alejandro Edda and Will Patton.
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Ana de la Reguera Takes The Lead In Newest Purge Installment

In The Forever Purge, the latest installment of the popular action thriller franchise, Ana de la Reguera headlines as a young undocumented Mexican national who crosses into the U.S. with her husband in search of safety, freedom and hopes of a better life in Texas, far from the violence of the drug cartels in her native country. She soon discovers that her adoptive homeland’s annual ritual of a 12-hour free-for-all period of criminal activity has been extended permanently by a sect of deadly and dangerous marauders who have unilaterally decided to continue their rampage throughout the country in defiance of the rules that were created in order to deter crime.
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Interview: Ana de la Reguera Discusses Her Role in THE FOREVER PURGE

We’re just one day away from The Forever Purge hitting big screens everywhere around the country, and to get you ready for more cinematic mayhem, we have an interview featuring one of the film’s stars, Ana de la Reguera, who many fans may also recognize from her work on Narcos as well as Zack Snyder’s Army of the Dead.
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Ana de la Reguera, with Hollywood at her feet!

Ana de la Reguera has strove long and hard over the years to develop her artistic career. The unstoppable Mexican actress has finally emerged to become one of the most sought-after Latin actresses in the film industry. Her recent credits include Army Of The Dead, The Forever...
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Ana de la Reguera on 'Forever Purge,' Artists Who Soundtracked Her Childhood & More

Mexican actress, producer and writer Ana de la Reguera grew up in a music-filled home with artists such as Lupita D'Alessio, Camilo Sesto, Emmanuel and Los Bukis soundtracking her childhood. In fact, her older sister, Ali Gua Gua, went on to become a singer-songwriter playing for rock-punk bands in Argentina and Mexico.
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‘Army of the Dead’ Reshoots: Ana de la Reguera Is the Only Actor Who Filmed with Tig Notaro

Much news has been made over Zack Snyder digitally inserting Tig Notaro into “Army of the Dead,” but now comes confirmation from cast member Ana de la Reguera about the only two scenes in the movie in which Notaro appeared with a real actor on set. Notaro was cast in the Netflix zombie movie after production had wrapped because Snyder needed to replace Chris D’Elia after he was accused of sexual misconduct. The pandemic prevented Snyder from reuniting the cast and forced him to shoot Notaro via green screen and then digitally put her in the movie in the exact places D’Elia had been removed from.
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Ana de la Reguera Reflects on Nacho Libre for 15th Anniversary: 'The Most Chill, Cool' Experience

It's been 15 years since Nacho Libre laughed its way into theaters but Ana de la Reguera's memories of Jared Hess' outlandish comedy are as strong as ever. The Mexican actress, 44, who starred as Sister Encarnación, a nun who captures the heart of Jack Black's Catholic monk Ignacio, tells PEOPLE she "had the best experience" filming the cult classic in Oaxaca, Mexico.
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'Army of the Dead': Ana de la Reguera Details How They Pulled off THAT Brutal Scene

[Editor's note: The following contains spoilers for Army of the Dead.]. Many key characters meet an especially brutal demise in Zack Snyder’s Army of the Dead. But personally? The one I can’t get out of my head is the fate Maria Cruz played by Ana de la Reguera suffers. The connection between Reguera and Dave Bautista as Scott Ward is one of the strongest elements of the film, with the pair sharing an infectious chemistry I couldn’t get enough of. Between that and the fact that they are the first two members to join the heist crew, I had made up in my mind that, at the very least, they were going to be some of the last characters standing - until they weren’t.
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