Ana Maria Canseco Biography
Ana Maria Canseco a Mexican television personality residing in the United States. She co-hosts the Univision morning talk show Despierta América. She as well worked as a guest host on the network’s afternoon talk show El Gordo y La Flaca.
She featured on Despierta América for 13 years up to October 21, 2010. She started off working as a co-host on Telemundo’s morning show Un Nuevo Da back in September 2013, and she later left on April 6th, 2018. She co-hosts the Despierta América on Valentine’s Day 2020.
Ana Maria Canseco Age
Canseco was born in Mexico, Mexico City on September 5th, 1967.
Ana Maria Canseco Height
Ana stands tall at a height of 5 ft 6 in/1.65 m
Ana Maria Canseco Family
Ana was born and got raised up in Mexico, Mexico City to her parents. She later knew at the age of 12 years old that the person she thought was her sister was actually her birth mother.
Ana Maria Canseco Husband
Ana lives in Miami, Florida. Inormation about her love life are publicly unavailable.
Ana Maria Canseco Salary
Ana earns an estimated annual salary of $74,304.
Ana Maria Canseco Net Worth
She has an estimated net worth is $1 million.
Ana Maria Canseco Career
Ana started off her career as a television reporter/anchor in Texas before joining the telenovela Mundo de Juguete. She was th founding co-host of Despierta América back in 1997.
On May 3, 2002, she worked as master of ceremonies for a Cinco de Mayo celebration at the East Room, which was presided over by President George W. Bush and as well attended by First Lady Laura Bush. Shemade was making her first trip to the White House.
Payless ShoeSource picked her and Star Jones to serve as the spokeswomen for its South America marketing campaign back in 2002. On December 13, 2005, Ana along with Ral De Molina announced the nominations for the upcoming 2006 Premio Lo Nuestro awards show.
On the 2005 program she shared that it had over nine million viewers and got to be ne of Univision’s highest-rated specials. On August 7th, 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.
She later retired from Despierta America back 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 later announced her departure from Un Nuevo Da on Friday, March 27th, 2018, after 5 years as a host. She served her last day on Friday, April 6, 2018. She later got back to co-host of the Despierta América on Valentine’s Day 2020.