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Ana María Alvarado


Ana María Alvarado is a Mexican journalist.

Ana María Alvarado

Last Updated: October 27, 2023

Ana María Alvarado is a renowned Mexican journalist who was born on November 28, 1968, in Mexico City. She attended Nuevo Mundo University, where she studied Information Science and Technology.

Alvarado began her career in journalism at Grupo Radio Formula, where she worked for 32 years as an entertainment journalist on the famous program “Todo para la mujer” alongside Maxine Woodside. She also worked on the TV show Cada mañana from 2000 until 2005, and later worked with Ingrid Coronado and Fernando del Solar on the morning show Venga la alegría until her dismissal in 2012. She has also made appearances on various other shows such as “Talk Show del padre Alberto,” “Sale el Sol,” and “Despierta América.” Additionally, Alvarado is known for her column “El precio de la fama” in the Mexican newspaper, 24 horas – El Diario.

Since 2017, Alvarado has been the host of “Sale el sol” for “Imagen Television” TV channel 103 in Mexico. She has also been involved in several public feuds with celebrities, including television presenter and actress Yolanda Andrade in 2019 and television presenter Daniel Bisogno in 2020, after taking a polygraph test on-air. She accused Bisogno of telling her to die and calling her a scorpion.

In 2022, Alvarado had another public feud, this time with Gustavo Adolfo Infante. In February 2023, Alvarado was fired by her co-host Maxine Woodside on “Todo para la mujer” in an unusual situation. Although she was invited back, she declined the offer and later announced that she would take Woodside to court over the situation.

In 2020, Alvarado was diagnosed with a brain tumor, which she publicly announced via Youtube. Despite her health condition, she continues to be a prominent figure in Mexican journalism.

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