Who is Ana Gasteyer?
Ana Gasteyer is a multi-talented personality from Washington, DC, who first garnered attention as part of the late-night television show, Saturday Night Live. His flair for irony and character-driven comedy has entertained audiences for six seasons, and in fact, it's a complete set, that can make people laugh by telling naughty stories with humor, sing songs, celebrity impressions and, of course, she's good at timing. Ana created several characters including high school music teacher Bobbie Mohan-Culp and National Public Radio host Delicious Dish Margaret Jo McCullen, among others, were the most popular characters.
In addition to her acting and acting career, Ana is also passionate about acting and has appeared in a number of television shows and movies. Her actress credits include her main roles in ABC's Suburgatory, Netflix's Lady Dynamite and TBS's People of Earth. She released "I'm Hip", an album of jazz standards in 2014 and the holiday album "Sugar & Booze" in 2019.
Ana Gasteyer was born on May 4, 1967 in Washington, DC, United States of America. She is currently 52 years old.
|Birth name||Ana Kristina Gasteyer|
|Birth date||May 4, 1967|
|Place of birth||Washington, D.C., United States|
|Sign of the sun||Taurus|
|Job||Actress, Singer, Actress|
|Ethnicity||English, Greek, German, Romanian|
Family and education
Ana Gasteyer is the only daughter of Mariana Roumell-Gasteyer, an artist, and Phil Gasteyer, a lobbyist turned mayor of Corrales, New Mexico. She is of German and English descent from her father's side while her mother is of Greek and Romanian origin.
Ana's paternal grandparents were Karl Francis Gasteyer and Mary Catherine Boyle. His maternal grandparents were Stephen T. Roumell and Vilma.
Gasteyer attended Sidwell Friends School and graduated from the Northwestern University School of Communication. She graduated from the university with a B.Sc. degree in speech, theater and performance in 1989. During her university years, she was a member of Los Angeles, The Improv comedy group. Groundlings.
Ana Gasteyer's husband
Ana Gasteyer married her husband Charlie McKittrick on November 9, 1996. The couple has two children together, a daughter, Frances Mary McKittrick (born June 2002) and a son, Ulysses McKittrick, (born March 2008).
|size||Feet – 5 feet 7 inches
Centimeters – 170 cm
Meters – 1.7 m
|Weight||Kilograms – 62 kg
Books – 139 lbs
|Eye colour||Dark brown|
|Shoe size||8 (US)|
|The size of the dress||8 (US)|
|Distinctive features||Big smile|
Beginning of the film
Ana's first role as an actress was in a short film titled A Small Domain, in which she played the role of a mother in 1996. That year, the film won several awards, including the Short Filmmaking Award at the Sundance Film Festival, the Special Jury Award at the USA Film Festival, and special recognition at Aspen Shortsfest.
Two years later, in 1998, Ana made her film debut as Mel in the comedy film Meet the Deedles, directed by Steve Boyum.
Start on TV
In 1995, Ana had starred in an episode of the American sitcom Seinfeld.
Ana joined the cast of the most popular late-night talk show, Saturday Night Live in 1996, and co-hosted the show for six seasons. She eventually became the first woman in SNL's history to be a cast member with a pregnant child. After her successful passing, she finally resigned after giving birth in 2002.
Start of the album
Ana released her first I'M HIP album in 2014 and followed with Sugar & Booze in October 2019. Both albums are available on iTunes and other streaming platforms.
In 2000, Ana Gasteyer played in the revival of the Rocky Horror Picture Show, which eventually marked her Broadway debut.
After a six-year hiatus, she returned to Broadway in mid-2006 playing the character named Ms. Peachum in the resumption of The Threepenny Opera with Jim Dale, Alan Cumming and Cyndi Lauper.
His other notable Broadway performances include Wicked, The Royal Family and The Threepenny Opera; The Vagina Monologues of Eve Ensler and Kimberly Akimbo of the Manhattan Theater Club.
Ana Gasteyer has gained immense popularity for her role in Saturday Night Live. Her love of her career combined with her sense of humor helped her to create some of SNL's most famous characters, including college music teacher Bobbie Moughan-Culp, the host of NPR radio Margaret Jo, the poetess Lilith Fair Cinder Calhoun. She is also appreciated by the public for her on-site impressions of Martha Stewart, Celine Dion and Hillary Rodham Clinton.
Fortune of Ana Gasteyer
Thanks to her professional achievements, Ana Gasteyer has earned a net worth of $ 2 million.
Ana is very active on social media that she uses to share updates of both her personal life and her professional career. It has more than 160,000 subscribers on its Facebook page, followed by Twitter with over 123,000 subscribers and Instagram with 50,000 subscribers.
Ana Gasteyer Facts
She had a brief stint with Los Angeles' improvising band The Groundlings.
Before the celebrity, Ana worked as an interim, switchboard and hostess.
She is a violinist and singer of formation.
Ana Gasteyer was nominated for a 2005 Joseph Jefferson Award for Actress in a lead role in a musical for her role in Broadway production of Wicked who starred at the Chicago Theater Chicago, Illinois.
She was a regular series like Sheila Shay on ABC sitcom Suburgatory from 2011 to 2014 and had a recurring role as Miss (Susan) Cinomanon on The Goldbergs from 2015 to 2019.
Ana voiced Reirei's character in the animated television series The Lion Guard from 2016 to 2019.
In 2019, Ana Gasteyer played in The Tree during the second American season of The Masked Singer.
She appears as herself in the Going There web-series with Ana Gasteyer since 2015.