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 for seven years in Belgium, she relocated to Chicago…a city she’s grown to love!

Ana’s television credits include: Chicago Med (CNBC) 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. She has also preformed 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. For more updates, please check her website:

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