Ana Golja


Date of Birth
31 December 1996, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

5' 3" (1.6 m)

Mini Biography
Ana was born in Toronto, Canada on January 31st 1996. At the age of 5, Ana started to dance, and her love for performing grew stronger as she grew older. She began acting at the age of 9, and landed her first audition by playing Lucy in "1-800 Missing". From there, Ana went on to play a variety of roles in a number of film and television productions for various networks. Ana is most known for her work in a feature film called "Full Out", an inspirational sports drama, that aired on NBC, Family Channel and is now on Netflix (worldwide). Ana's work in "Full Out" earned her a Canadian Screen Award nomination in 2016. Ana also starred as the fierce and trouble-causing diva, "Zoe Rivas" on the Emmy nominated drama, "Degrassi", airing on TeenNick and Netflix worldwide. Most recently, Ana decided to expand her horizons by taking on the role of a producer, as well as lead actress, in "The Cuban", starring alongside Oscar winner, Lou Gossett Jr and Oscar nominee, Shohreh Aghdashloo. The film is set to hit the festival circuit in 2019.

Earlier this year, Ana also had the honor of starring alongside Oscar nominee, John Travolta and Devon Sawa in the thriller, "MOOSE". Release date to be determined.

Ms.Golja has had the privilege of performing on stage as well as in front of the camera, having worked with Walter Bobbie in "White Christmas" and Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber in "The Sound Of Music" (original Mirvish Toronto cast) on some of the most prestigious stages.

When Ana is not busy on set or performing on stage, she is working on writing and recording her own music. In February of 2018, Ana released her first album titled "Epilogue", under her legal name of MUAZANA.

Even despite her busy schedule, Ana also sets aside time to give back to the community. She does a lot of volunteer work with various charities, including Free The Children, speaking at numerous We Days across North America. She, and the rest of the "Degrassi" cast, traveled to Nicaragua and Ecuador, where they helped build schools and water filtration systems.