Ana Hoffman is a Ghanaian American actress, singer and voice actor who 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 gives Ana a unique perspective of the World which she draws upon to better connect, inspire and captivate audiences of all persuasions. Most recently Ana sizzled on stage playing Josephine Baker in Barry Manilow's critically acclaimed off-broadway musical: Harmony, directed by Warren Carlyle and hailed as a New York Times Critic Pick and winner of the 2022 Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Musical. Ana made her film debut in the Emmy award winning Netflix documentary "Dick Johnson is Dead" by director Kirsten Johnson. Ana's voiceover work includes The American Cancer Society, American Express and the UN Food Systems Summit, to name a few, as well as National commercial and print campaigns for AT&T, Poland Spring and Personal Capital.
Ana's musical talent was discovered while singing on campus in Houston, TX where she was immediately offered a scholarship to join the jazz choir. Ana's creative calling was further developed after deciding to pursue a B.F.A. in Musical Theatre at Sam Houston State University. While still in school she was asked to join the Ensemble Theatre in Houston where she performed in several professional theatrical productions. Ana's career breakthrough happened 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, she has performed in a National Musical Tour, Off-Broadway, and several iconic venues in New York City including The Folksbeine Theatre, Symphony Space, B.B. Kings and Joe's 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 Ghana, West Africa.