This is how Ana Ruiz has changed: the Disney girl who made the audience laugh with ‘Camera Café’

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Ana Ruiz, 42, has spent her entire life dedicating herself to the audiovisual industry. The Sevillana started when she was little presenting disney zone. Her career has been focused on acting since Ana Ruiz has worked in series such as camera cafe either love in troubled times. The last project of the presenter and actress has been as host of the contest lingo in Canal Sur, the regional channel of Andalusia.

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The interpreter Ana Ruiz took her first steps on the children’s program channel disney zone. The Andalusian was in the program during the years 2002 and 2004 together with Jimmy Castro, José Pozo and Natalia Pallás. disney zone It was a very popular program among young audiences and included reports, series, cartoons and contests. Once his adventure in disney zoneRuiz presented other programs aimed at smaller audiences such as zone 7 either The southern band

Ana Ruiz with her colleagues from 'Zona Disney': Jimmy Castro, José Pozo and Natalia Pallás.
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Likewise, the Andalusian has stood out for her career as an actress. She started in the world of theater acting in the 2000s, where she has spent most of her career. Since then, she Ruiz has worked in almost 20 plays, among which are: Don Juan Tenorio, A round-trip husband, Doña Rosita the spinsterthe musical of Mortadelo and Filemón, The 7 lives of the cat, Story of 2, Latest edition either Cyrano de Bergerac.

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In 2001, he worked on the film Love and die in Seville and in its beginnings it was also in feature films Words are unnecessary Y Alice’s memories. In 2005, she was one of the actresses in the Canal Sur series Myrtlewhere he gave life to Sara Sálamo.

Ana Ruiz has participated in numerous plays

Two years later, the actress made the leap to state television to work on the historic Telecinco series camera cafe in the role of Sofia. What’s more, years later Ana Ruiz herself recalled her work in camera cafe with love. “A wonderful human and technical team and a cast of wonderful actors. Being in it marked a before and after in our careers. Five seasons on the air and to this day it continues to be a reference series. Lucky to have been able to experience that television phenomenon!” said the actress on her social media profile.

His appearance in this popular comedy opened the doors to productions such as Odds and the mata family for Antena 3 in 2008. fibrillating for Telecinco (2009), Love in troubled times (2009-2010) on Spanish Television; aida Y Grand Hotel in 2011. Later, the actress took a five-year break from the small screen, but returned with Medical Center in 2016. In 2017, he worked on the Canal Sur series entreolivos and two years later he participated in the daily series Central Market of the 1.

Ana Ruiz worked at 'Camera Café'

In addition, Ana Ruiz has also served as a presenter on numerous occasions, especially in Canal Sur programs. The Sevillian has presented in her land spaces such as the big cheese, a hidden camera program that played pranks around the towns of Andalusia, and in the contest the lingothe new version of the remembered program presented by Ramoncín.

Ana Ruiz presenting 'Lingo' on Canal Sur

Ana Ruiz and the bells of Canal Sur in 2014

Likewise, on Canal Sur, Ana Ruiz experienced one of the most unfortunate nights on the regional channel: The chimes of 2014. A technical error caused Canal Sur to cut the broadcast by offering ads instead. “We insist, everything will appear on the screen. There will be no problems,” said chef Enrique Sánchez just before being interrupted by a commercial for a well-known coffee brand. Aware of the error, the station abruptly cut off the announcement just at the moment of the first chime, without having broadcast the quarters.

Source: Lavanguardia

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