Quick Facts Ana Layevska
- NameAna Layevska
- Birth NameAna Sergeyevna Layevska Rastsvetaeva
- Birth Year1982
- Birth month01
- FatherSerhii Laievskyi
- Birth PlaceKiev, Ukrainian SSR, Soviet Union
- ProfessionMexican actress
- Net Worth$6 Million
- Married toRafael Amaya, Rodrigo Moreira
- ChildrenMasha Moreira
- MotherInna Rastsvetaeva
Mexican actress, Ana Layevska has set the standard of her own in the field of acting. With her amazing talent, she embraced the entertainment industry gaining worldwide attention. In 2018, she starred in the Mexican telenovela, And tomorrow will be another day.
Ana is a married woman as of 2019. She is having the best moments with her lovely husband. Together, they share an adorable child from their marriage. So, she is guarding her newly born child as a caring mother and loves her husband like a lovely wife.
How much is Ana Layevska’s Net Worth?
Ana Layevska has an impressive net worth of $6 Million as of 2019. Having a lucrative amount of wealth, she also makes a bunch of money from her other works which include advertisements, endorsements, and her earnings is reported to be $800,000 to $1 Million annually.
CAPTION: Photo of Ana Layevska.
Ana co-starred with Dedee Pfeiffer who has a net worth of $10 Million and Randall Batinkoff whose net worth is $8 Million in the Spanish-language television series, Blue Demon. She also worked with many famous actors who have maintained a fruitful amount of wealth.
Ana is active in the entertainment industry for long and there are several upcoming projects. Furthermore, her income will definitely increase with her professionalism in the coming days. Currently, she is probably living a lavish life relishing the hefty wealth, garnered through her thriving career.
Ana Layevska’s Personal Life: Married, Husband, & Children
Ana Layevska first met her husband, Rodrigo Moreira, a Mexican Architect in Kiev, Ukrainian. Since then, they started dating each other. After spending a good time together, they were engaged.
The couple tied the knot on 13th April 2014, in Kiev, Ukrainian. Together, they welcomed a beautiful child, a daughter, Masha Moreira. The pair have been married for five years now and still, shares their company with each other.
Prior to her marriage, Ana was in a relationship with a Mexican actor, Rafael Amaya whom she met on the set of Las Dos Caras de Ana in 2006. Later, they made their relationship official and both committed to getting married in 2007. However, she ended his relationship with Amaya in 2010.
Besides, she hasn’t faced any controversies and rumors regarding her personal life and career.
Ana is active on social media and, has a huge number of fan following on her social accounts. She loves to share photos of her husband and adorable daughter. Currently, she resides in Mexico with her family and friends.
Inside of Ana Layevska’s career
Ana Layevska started her career from the Mexican telenovela, We will ever have wings where she played the role of a violinist in 1997. Later, she appeared as Bit Part in the drama series, Precious in 1988. She also starred in the television comedy-drama series, The game of life as Paulina De La Mora from 2001 to 2002. Her other television works are Woman, real-life cases, Elena’s ghost, and many others.
Ana made her appearance in the short movie, Genesis 3:19 where she played the role of Lisa in 2004. She then featured as Helen in the American biological sports drama movie, The Fighter in 2009. Moreover, she starred as Miroslav Stern in the Mexican biological drama movie, Cantiflas in 2014. Her movie credits are The firulete, The legend of the diamond, etc.
Ana Layevska’s Bio & Wiki: Early Life & Education
Ana Layevska was born as Ana Sergeyevna Layevska Rastsvetaeva on 10th January 1982, in Kiev, Ukrainian SSR, Soviet Union (Ukraine). She holds a Mexican nationality and belongs to Caucasian white ethnicity. She was raised by her father, Serhii Laievskyi, a violinist and her mother, Inna Rastsvetaeva, an actress.
CAPTION: Childhood photo of Ana Layevska while dancing.
In 1987, Ana and her family went to Moscow from Kiev, and later, moved to Mexico in 1991. At the age of five, she started playing the violin. In Mexico, she learned acting in the Centro de Educación Artística of Televisa.