• Ana Ortiz as Marisol Suarez
  • Dania Ramirez as Rosie Falta
  • Roselyn Sanchez as Carmen Luna
  • Judy Reyes as Zoila Diaz
  • Rebecca Wisocky as Evelyn Powell
  • Tom Irwin as Adrian Powell
  • Grant Show as Spence Westmore
  • Susan Lucci as Genevieve Delatour
  • Nathan Owens as Jesse Morgan
  • Mariana Klaveno as Peri Westmore
  • James Denton as Peter
  • Sol Rodriguez as Daniela Mercado
  • Carlos Ponce as Benjamin “Ben” Pacheco
  • Ryan McPartlin as Kyle
  • Stephanie Faracy as Frances
  • Kathryn LaNasa as Shannon Greene
  • Julie Claire as Gail Flemming
  • Sean Blakemore as Reverend James Hamilton
  • Sam McMurray as Hugh Metzger
  • Eva Longoria
  • Marc Cherry
  • Sabrina Wind

Ana Ortiz

Marisol Suarez
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Ana Ortiz

The talented and vibrant Ana Ortiz broke out as Hilda Suarez in ABC’s hit comedy "Ugly Betty", earning both ALMA and Imagen Awards for Best Supporting Actress for her portrayal as Betty’s sassy older sister. Along with her personal recognition, the show was honored with a 2007 Emmy for Outstanding Casting for a Comedy Series, two Golden Globe awards including Best Television Series – Comedy or Musical, and another 39 wins and 66 nominations. She recently was featured opposite Viola Davis on Shonda Rhimes’s new series "How to Get Away With Murder" and opposite Anthony Anderson in ABC’s new hit series "Blackish." In addition to her recurring roles on ABC’s acclaimed "Boston Legal" as A.D.A Holly Raines and as Anna in the FX series set in wartime Iraq "Over There," Ortiz also starred in the ABC series "A.U.S.A." and "Kristin," as well as the ABC pilot "True Blue," Fox pilot "Outnumbered" and NBC's "Marry Me." Previously Ana had a fantastic arc on Showtime’s "Hung" and was seen in Martin Lawrence’s "Big Momma's: Like Father, Like Son" for Fox. Ana is simultaneously starring as the lead voiceover role of "Lucy" in DreamWorks Animations highly anticipated new series based off the recently released mega hit film "Home."

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Marisol Suarez

Still reeling from her breakup with ex-boyfriend Jesse, Marisol is surprised to find herself forging a romantic connection with the studio executive in charge of turning her memoir into a blockbuster movie.