Bio

Ana Hoffman is a Ghanaian-American actress, singer, voice over artist and model. She is a true global citizen as her American father and Ghanaian mother met through the Peace Corps- Ana likes to call herself a peace baby! 

 

Ana's musical talent was discovered while singing on her college campus in Houston, TX where she was immediately offered a scholarship to join the jazz choir. Perseverance furthered the development of Ana's creative calling and she was asked to join the Ensemble Theatre in Houston where Ana performed in several professional theatrical productions while still in school. But Ana's career breakthrough happened while pursuing a B.F.A. in Musical Theatre at Sam Houston State University, when she was handpicked by Henry Krieger to star in the revival of the Broadway hit musical "Dreamgirls" which premiered at the World famous Apollo Theatre in New York City. Since then, Ana has performed in a National Musical Tour, Off-Broadway, and several iconic venues in New York City including Symphony Space, B.B. Kings and Joes Pub to name a few! To date, Ana's proudest performance has been singing in her Mother's native tongue alongside Ghana's National Symphony Orchestra at the historical Chale Wote Festival in Accra, West Africa. Most recently, Ana's success includes booking a National commercial for Poland Spring, curating a musical concert for Holland America Cruise lines and receiving a nomination for best experimental short film at the Jim Thorpe Film Festival.  

 

Ana believes it is the Artist's mission to journey to places within themselves and beyond in order to come back and tell stories about humanity. Her bi-racial and bi-cultural background also gives Ana a unique perspective to view the World which she draws upon to better connect, inspire and captivate people of all persuasions. Currently, Ana is expanding her craft into the realm of television and film, with her first feature film "Dick Johnson is Dead" by award-winning director Kirsten Johnson, airing on Netflix.