Ana Bustorff

Ana Bustorff



Ana Bustorff is an acclaimed Spanish actress and director. Born in Barcelona, Spain in 1985, she has been active in the entertainment industry since a young age. She began her career in the theatre, performing in a wide variety of plays, before transitioning to film and television in 2005.

Ana has worked on a number of critically acclaimed films and television shows, including the hit Spanish series “Vis a Vis” and the romantic drama “The Silent Love”. She has also appeared in a number of international films, such as “The Impossible” and “The Orphanage”. In addition to acting, she has also worked as a director and writer on several projects, including the short film “The Day of the Dead” and the web series “The Quiet Place”.

Ana has won numerous awards for her work, including the Spanish Academy of Cinematographic Arts and Sciences Goya Award for Best Actress for her performance in “The Silent Love”. She has also been nominated for several awards, including the Goya Award for Best Supporting Actress for her performance in “The Orphanage”.

In addition to her work in film and television, Ana is also an accomplished singer. She released her first EP, “Ana Bustorff”, in 2018 and has since released several singles. She has also performed live in several venues and festivals across Europe.

Ana is a passionate advocate for women’s rights and is an active supporter of the #MeToo movement. She has also taken a leading role in the fight against gender violence and inequality in her native Spain.

Ana Bustorff is a multifaceted creative force whose work has been celebrated around the world. Her talent, dedication, and commitment to her craft have made her one of the most celebrated Spanish actresses of her generation.

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