Ana Ortiz-Monasterio Draa

Ana Ortiz-Monasterio Draa is a native Texan from a multicultural family, where she learned Spanish and French.  After leaving Texas and living in Brussels, Belgium for seven years, she relocated to Chicago where she has lived since 2009.

Ana’s television credits include:  American Greed (CNBC) and Storm Stories: The Next Generation (The Weather Channel). Her film credits include the award-winning Mrs. Hunter is Dead, a Bay Harbor Mystery, The Funeral and Doors, among other independent films.

She's an ensemble member and writer for the Alta Award-nominated Salsation, Chicago's oldest Hispanic sketch group. As well, she has performed in the sketch show, We Can Take a Punchline and various ensembles at The Second City Training Center.

Ana is proud to partner with Gray Talent Group as we navigate the new 2020 world of performing!  For more updates, please check her website:

Location Chicago
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Height 5'4''
Hair Red
Eyes Hazel