How much is Ana Colchero worth? - Wondering how wealthy & rich is Ana Colchero? Or maybe you\u2019re just curious about Ana Colchero's age, body measurements, height, weight, hair color, eye color, bra & waist size, bio, wiki, wealth and salary?\n\n\n\n\n\n Ana Colchero Aragon\u00e9s (Veracruz, February 9, 1968) is a Mexican economist, actress and writer. \n \n\nAna_Colchero's Biography \n Daughter of Spanish immigrants, studied economics at the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) and moved to France to prepare for the performance. \n At age 19 he made his first performance on the small screen, in the melodrama Los a\u00f1os perdidos, where he shared credits with Rogelio Guerra, Alejandro Arag\u00f3n and Silvia Pasquel, among others. Later, he worked in soap operas such as: I do not believe in men and Destino, then I would be the antagonist of Valeria and Maximiliano and later the Countess Aimee de Altamira one of the protagonists of the telenovela Coraz\u00f3n salvaje, this last one with Edith Gonz\u00e1lez and Eduardo Palomo. In 1995 its first protag\u00f3nico in Televisa was the telenovela of time Alondra, next to Gonzalo Vega, Ernesto Laguardia and Marga Lopez, among others. This production led her to success and earned her international recognition. \n The actress withdrew from Televisa and began a short stint at Televisi\u00f3n Azteca, where she starred in Nada personal, in which she played "Camila de los Reyes". On this occasion he shared credits with Demi\u00e1n Bichir, Jos\u00e9 \u00c1ngel Llamas, Rogelio Guerra and Lupita Ferrer. This telenovela became a resounding success, but before finishing the recordings, Colchero sued the television station for breach of contract in the courts, which he won five years later. Nothing personal was at the same time the first melodrama of Azteca Digital and the one that told the public a more credible contemporary history, with topics such as corruption and drug trafficking. \n His lawsuit against TV Azteca and his retirement on Televisa meant the final veto on the Mexican small screen, since he has not returned to it until now. In 1999 he starred in the Peruvian soap opera Isabella, a woman in love with Christian Meier; She has also participated in plays such as Miss Julia by August Strindberg, Don Juan Tenorio, The Miraculous Teacher and Women's Rights. \n He entered the cinema in 1989 with the film Rosa de dos aromas, a work that was followed by No hay malo malo, and Delicias del matrimonio. For 2002, the actress was part of the cast of the films El columpio del diablo and Acosada. \n Colchero participates with indigenous causes in Chiapas and other parts of the Mexican Republic. \n In 2006, Colchero was part of the campaign to protest the dead in Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua and was the organizer of the event "Women without Fear: we are all Atenco" in favor of the women who were assaulted in San Salvador Atenco, State of Mexico, by the police forces. \n That 2006, accompanied by the writer Jos\u00e9 Agust\u00edn and actors such as Gonzalo Vega, Edith Gonz\u00e1lez and Alberto Estrella, Colchero presented his first novel entitled Entre dos fuegos, published by Editorial Planeta. \n His second novel Los Hijos del Tiempo, a dystopia that takes place in the year 2060 in New York City, was published in Spain by the publishing house Sphere of Books, went on sale in bookstores on May 8. 2012, and by the stamp of Editorial Santillana, Suma de letras, in Mexico. \n His third novel, We are Born Dead, was edited by crowdfunding and tells the story of a family in Mazatlan that suffers a devastating blow as a result of the violence spread throughout the country. \n The mystery of chez Rostand, On the other side of time and By my own hand are the titles of the author's short novels. \n\n\n\nMore Facts about Ana Colchero\n\nThe Ana Colchero's statistics like age, body measurements, height, weight, bio, wiki, net worth posted above have been gathered from a lot of credible websites and online sources. But, there are a few factors that will affect the statistics, so, the above figures may not be 100% accurate.