Ana Lagos

Ana Lagos



Ana Lagos is an acclaimed Venezuelan actress who has been in the entertainment industry for over two decades. She is best known for her roles in films like 'El Amor no Se Olvida', 'La Ley de Herodes', 'El Ultimo Beso' and 'El Señor de los Cielos'.

Lagos began her career in theater in the mid-1990s, performing in a variety of plays in Venezuela. In 2000, she made her film debut in 'El Amor no Se Olvida', a romantic drama about a couple struggling to keep their love alive against all odds. The film was a critical and commercial success, and Lagos' performance was praised by critics.

In 2003, Lagos starred in 'La Ley de Herodes', a crime thriller about a detective who is investigating a series of murders. The film was a huge box office success and was nominated for several awards. Lagos' performance was highly acclaimed, and she won a best actress award at the Venezuelan National Film Awards.

Throughout the 2000s, Lagos continued to appear in films, including 'El Ultimo Beso', a romantic drama about two people who fall in love despite their different backgrounds, and 'El Señor de los Cielos', a crime drama about a drug trafficker who rises to power. She also starred in several telenovelas, including 'La Mujer de Judas' and 'Amor Real'.

In recent years, Lagos has also appeared in several television series, including 'Celia', 'La Reina del Sur' and 'Cuando Me Enamoro'. She is currently working on a new television series 'Tuya'.

Lagos is highly respected in her native Venezuela, and has won several awards throughout her career. She is an inspiration to many young women, and her success has been a source of pride for her country. Lagos is a passionate advocate for women's rights and is often seen supporting charities that help women and children. She is also an active member of the Venezuelan film industry, and is committed to helping her country develop its film industry.

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