Anita has raven hair and dark brown eyes.
She began her Flamenco dancing studies when she was 14.
Anita performed in a play called "Desdemona" alongside "Earth: Final Conflict" co-star Brooke Johnson.
Her philosophy is to always remind herself to stay open to what the Universe has to offer and to not get fixated on one thing, as to let thousands of other good and different opportunities pass her by.
While working for URGE she co-created and performed in a piece called "She Promised She'd Bake A Pie" at the DuMaurier Theatre and at the High Performance Rodeo in Calgary.
She is a part of the multi-disciplinary group called URGE, that creates unique pieces for both film and theater.
In high school, she was chosen to participate in the development of a play named "Kingwhistle" by a Canadian playwright, James Reaney.
As a teenager, she spent time watching every possible production in the local theater.
Anita became interested in theater as a child, growing up around the Stratford Shakespearean Festival, in which her parents were involved.
Her make up for Zo'or on "Earth: Final Conflict" took 3 hours to do.
Anita said Zo'or on "Earth: Final Conflict" was not a traditional villain and that she enjoyed bringing out his more hidden aspects.
Over the past years she has also directed plays such as "MUD" for the "SummerWorks Festival" and "Through Comet's Halo" for "Teatro Della Limonaia" in Italy.
She has been professionally working as an actress since 1990.
She has also directed Michelle D'Alessandro Hatt's play "The Vigil Crasher" for "New Ideas", in 2006.
Anita directed the play "Conscientia" by Michelle D'Alessandro Hatt, in 2007.
She was awarded the "Best Supporting Actress - Drama Series" award on the 2000 15th Gemini Awards for her role on "Earth: Final Conflict."
Her theater career includes more than 25 stage credits.
She calls herself a "Roddenberry addict," because she closely followed "Star Trek".
After getting a degree in English and Drama at the University of Toronto, Anita studied in The London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts in England, for a year.
She has a home in Toronto.
Anita's parents were costumers for the Stratford Festival.
She was the host of Discovery Channel's documentary series "Future Tense".
She traveled to a lot of different countries pursuing her theater career and her studies.
She took voice lessons from Vocal Specialist Richard Armstrong of the Roy Hart Theatre Institute in France in 1992.
She performs with Esmeralda Enrique Spanish Dance Company in Toronto.
She is a founder and co-artistic producer of Sycorax Productions.
In 1990, she became a founding member of a women's Collective called the Toronto Women's Auxiliary (TWA).
Her studies include ballet and voice.
She is a trained Flamenco dancer.
Anita acted on stage, film and radio.
Anita La Selva: Before "Earth", I worked for several years as an actor in Toronto, doing stage, film, radio. I've done a lot of theater. My background is in theater, as an actor trained in England. Recently, you can see me on a lot of shows like, different series, like "TekWar", "Kung Fu", "Secret Service", "Top Cops", a number of the movies of the week and I am also a fully trained Flamenco dancer. And when I am not in the boots and the "head" I work for the company here in town as a diversion from "Earth". But most of my time is spent here on set as Zo'or.