Anastasia Acosta Net Worth

Anastasia Acosta Net Worth:
$4 Million
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Anastasia Net Worth: Anastasia is a Mexican actress who has a net worth of $4 million. Anastasia was raised in Costa Rica. When she began a career in modeling, she immediately caught the attention of Mexican producers who invited her to go to Mexico to work. She started as a model in the Mexican version of Wheel of Fortune (La Rueda De la Fortuna) and the actor and producer Jorge Ortiz De Pinedo cast her as co-host on the program El Diario De la Noche.

She worked with Ortiz De Pinedo regularly and played on several soap operas as a villain and also appeared in comedy programs. In 2006, she landed the leading role in the theater comedy Caperucita y el Lobo…Feroz and received favorable critical and public acclaim for her work. Her most recent role as Consuelo Durán in Los Miserables saw her performing with the likes of performers Horacio F. Lazo, Aracely Arámbula, Erik Hayser, Aylín Mújica, Gabriel Porras, Aarón Díaz, Marco Treviño, Alexandra De La Mora, Aldo Gallardo, Diego Soldano, Bianca Calderón, Claudio Lafarga, Estela Calderón, Thanya López, Macarena Oz, Gabo Anguiano, Luis Uribe, Verónica Terán, María Barbosa, Gina Varela, Alex Camargo, Eva Daniela, Dave Douglas, Rodrigo Vidal, Javier Díaz Dueñas, Adriana Amor, Alan Del Castillo, Manola Diez, Gonzalo Garcia Vivanco, Teresa Ibarra, Juan Martín Jauregui, Yamile León, Ramón Medína, Federico Porras Jr., Azgard Ramírez, Elsy Reyes, Claudia Ruiz, Abraham Sandoval, Pia Watson, Luis Yeverino and Geraldine Zinat.

Anastasia Acosta Net Worth

Anastasia Acosta

Net Worth:$4 Million
Date of Birth:Apr 24, 1975 (46 years old)
Gender:Female
Profession:Actor, Model
Nationality:Colombia
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