| Ana Rosa Quintana Hortal|
12 January 1956 (age 59) (1956-01-12) Madrid, Spain
Juan Munoz, Jaime Munoz, Alvaro Rojo
Juan Munoz (m. 2004), Alfonso Rojo (m. 1983–1987)
Carmen Hortal Prado, Jose Antonio Quintana
Alfonso Rojo, Maria Teresa Campos, Belen Esteban, Marilo Montero, Jorge Javier Vazquez
Ana Rosa Quintana Hortal (Madrid, 12 January 1956) is a Spanish journalist and television presenter.
She studied journalism in the Complutense University of Madrid, and started in radio programs (Radio Nacional de España, Radio Continental, Radio 80, Antena 3 Radio) before starting in television.
She authored a novel in 2000 titled Sabor a hiel ("A Taste of Bile"); she was accused of plagiarism and, as a result, the publishing house retired the book from the market.
She had a son with her first husband in 1986, and twins with her current husband in 2004.
El programa de Ana Rosa (2005-), Telecinco.
Sabor a ti (1998–2004), Antena 3
Extra Rosa (1997–1998) with Rosa Villacastín, Antena 3.
Veredicto (1994–1995), Telecinco.
Telediario (1982–1983), TVE.
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