Ana: (On which role she thinks molded her as an actor) I think any theater role I've had has been the biggest learning experience for me. On TV, you don't get to delve into a character because it's a guest spot or the series is short-lived. Hilda is the first experience of really getting into somebody. I did a play in New York with a theater company I'm a member of called Labyrinth and the play was In Arabia, We'd All be Kings. Philip Seymour Hoffman directed it and it was one of the most amazing experiences I've ever had in my life. It turned me into an actor just to see the way Philip worked and the way we all worked as a theater company. It was what I think made it all possible for me, I knew I could do this and I'm good at it. That is probably what kicked it off. I've been doing theater forever.