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Alana de la Garza

Alana De La Garza was born in Columbus, Ohio and later relocated to Texas, ultimately attending the University of Texas. After college, she moved to Orlando, Florida, landing roles in a number of independent films as well as commercials. Her work took her to New York, where she studied extensively under renowned acting instructor JoAnna Beckson. After getting her break as "Rosa Santos" on the daytime drama "All My Children" (1970), Alana moved to Los Angeles. A slew of guest spots followed. One of the most recognizable was her role as a con artist on the hit show "Las Vegas" (2003), followed by a series lead on the WB's "The Mountain" (2004). She recently completed the romantic comedy Mr. Fix It (2006) opposite David Boreanaz and has been guesting on "CSI: Miami" (2002), before joining the cast of "Law & Order" (1990) in June 2006.

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Jun 18, 1976
Movie/TV Credits:
First Appeared:
In the series Law & Order 1990-09-13
Latest Project:
Series Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders 2016-03-16
Known For
Poster of The Book of Daniel
Poster of The Early Show
Series Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders Clara Seger 2016-03-16
Series Forever Detective Jo Martinez 2014-09-22
Movie Lennon or McCartney Herself (archive footage) 2014-12-12
Series Do No Harm Dr. Lena Solis 2013-01-31
Movie Are You Here Victoria Riolobos 2013-09-07
Movie Deadly Hope Joanne Connors 2012-05-20
Series Law & Order Los Angeles Connie Rubirosa 2010-09-29
Series The Book of Daniel Unknown 2006-01-06
Movie Mr. Fix It Sophia 2006-12-26
Series Criminal Minds Clara Seger 2005-09-22
Series The Mountain Maria Serrano 2004-09-22
Series Two and a Half Men Unknown 2003-09-21
Series Las Vegas Unknown 2003-09-22
Series Smallville Aethyr 2001-10-16
Series The Early Show Unknown 1999-11-01
Series Charmed Unknown 1998-10-07
Series JAG Unknown 1995-09-23
Series Law & Order Connie Rubirosa 1990-09-13
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