Ana Maria Canseco Biography
Ana Maria Canseco is a well-known Mexican television personality who now resides in the United States. She is currently the co-host of the Univision morning talk show Despierta América. She also worked as a guest host on the network’s afternoon talk show El Gordo y La Flaca.
She appeared on Despierta América for 13 years until October 21, 2010, when it was announced that she would no longer be a part of the show. She began working as a co-host on Telemundo’s morning show Un Nuevo Da in September 2013, and she left on April 6, 2018. She will return as a co-host of the Despierta América on Valentine’s Day 2020.
Ana Maria Canseco Age
Ana Maria Canseco was born in Mexico, Mexico City on September 5, 1967. She is 54 years old.
Ana Maria Canseco Height
Ana stands at a height of 5 ft 6 in/1.65 m tall.
Ana Maria Canseco Family
Ana was born and brought up in Mexico, Mexico City to her parents. She discovered when she was 12 years old that the person she thought was her sister was actually her birth mother.
Ana Maria Canseco Husband
Ana currently resides in Miami, Florida. She prefers to keep her personal life private, so she has not disclosed her marital status. We will update you once we have more information about Ana’s marital status.
Ana Maria Canseco Salary
Ana earns an annual salary of $74,304.
Ana Maria Canseco Net Worth
Ana’s estimated net worth is $1 million.
Ana Maria Canseco Career
Ana began her career as a television reporter/anchor in Texas before landing an uncredited role in the telenovela Mundo de Juguete. Ana was a founding co-host of Despierta América in 1997.
On May 3, 2002, she served as master of ceremonies for a Cinco de Mayo celebration at the East Room, which was presided over by President George W. Bush and attended by First Lady Laura Bush. Ana was making her first trip to the White House.
Payless ShoeSource chose her and Star Jones as spokeswomen for its South America marketing campaign in 2002. On December 13, 2005, Ana and Ral De Molina announced the nominations for the upcoming 2006 Premio Lo Nuestro awards show.
She said that the 2005 program became viewed by over nine million people and one of Univision’s highest-rated specials. On August 7, 2008, she hosted the 4th annual Los Premios de Texas Latin Music Awards at the Joe and Theresa Long Center for Performing Arts in Austin, Texas.
Ana retired from Despierta America on October 21, 2010, after 13 years of hosting the show. On Monday, September 9, 2013, she joined the cast of Telemundo’s morning show Un Nuevo Da in Miami, Florida.
She announced her departure from Un Nuevo Da on Friday, March 27, 2018, after 5 years as a host. She worked her last day on Friday, April 6, 2018. Ana will return as a co-host of the Despierta América on Valentine’s Day 2020.