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Ana Guigui

Home State:  New York
Currently residing:  California

      Ana Guigui is a transplanted New Yorker presently living in Los Angeles. ("I love L.A.!"). She was classically trained in piano, flute, and viola before maturing into an accomplished singer, songwriter, keyboardist and actress. Ana has recorded and/or sung live with Ben Folds, Chip Taylor, Jon Secada, Deborah Gibson, Stephen Bishop, Andrew Gold, AMERICA, Juan Gabriel, Bo Bice (to name a few), and toured as a keyboardist/vocalist with Christopher Cross for seven years. Ana is an independent artist and her second C.D., Love Is On The Line, produced by Andrew Gold (“Lonely Boy”, “Thank You For Being a Friend”), was released on January 20th, 2006.

Ana is an accomplished, professional actress as well. Ana's film and television acting credits include a featured bridesmaid in "My Ex-Girlfriend's Wedding Reception", as well as a bridesmaid on HBO's "The Sopranos" (always a bridesmaid, never a bride!), a co-starring role on Lifetime's "Strong Medicine", and a recurring role on ABC’s "General Hospital". Ana is featured as "Tarzana" in the National Lampoon romantic comedy "Cattle Call", recently released on DVD. (To view trailer, Ana can be seen in two other independent feature films, "Changing Hearts" (starring Faye Dunaway and Tom Skerritt), and "Swing" (starring Jacqueline Bissett, Jonathan Winters and Tom Skerritt), both released and available on DVD.

Theatrical credits include the U.S. National Tour of Buddy: The Buddy Holly Story and the 2003 Los Angeles incarnation of "Tony 'n Tina's Wedding" where she reprised her Off-Broadway role, among other credits. (

Originally directed by Richard Kline (“Larry” on “Three’s Company”), and currently being directed by Robert Lyon Barker, God Box is Ana "Guigui’s" (that's "gui" as in "gui-tar") autobiographical musical comedy set in the piano lounge at the Doubletree Hotel on Wilshire Boulevard. She tells and sings of her co-dependent Argentinean Jewish family life, her professional musical career, and her soul mate journey. Ana self-produced and performed a six-week run of God Box at the Actors Forum Theatre in North Hollywood in the summer of 2009, financed by a generous grant from the Hispanic Scholarship Fund. ( God Box is a recipient of the L.A. 2009 Artistic Director Achievement Awards (ADA) for “Best One-Person Play or Musical.”

Ana received her Master of Arts Degree in Opera/Voice Performance at Claremont Graduate University, and has received a scholarship to pursue her DMA (Doctorate of Musical Arts) in Opera/Vocal Arts at USC in 2010. Ana teaches “commercial voice” and jazz piano at Cal/Polytechnic University/Pomona, and also teaches Musical Theater at the Lee Strasberg Institute in West Hollywood.

Ana was born in New York City to Argentinean parents, hence a native bilingual in Spanish and English. She hails from a family of music professionals - her father, Efrain Guigui was an accomplished symphony orchestra conductor, her mother, Elena, is a former operatic soprano, and her brother, Martin, is a musician in his own rite, music producer, screenwriter and independent feature film director, also living in Los Angeles.

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