Date of Birth
14 December 1982, Mexico City, Distrito Federal, Mexico
Anahi Giovanna Puente Portilla
5' 3" (1.6 m)
Anahi was born in Mexico. She's had roles in Tu y Yo, in which she played a 17 year old girl while she was 13, and Vivo Por Elena, in which she played Talita, a naive and innocent teenager. Anahi lives with her mother and sister name Marychelo. She hopes to become a fashion designer one day, and is currently pursuing a career in singing.
Recorded her album while filming "Primer Amor". 
She lives in Mexico DF.
Suffered from Anorexia after filming the series "Primer Amor".
Singer of the band RBD.
AnahÃ and her band mates are creating a Foundation, Salvame, to help teenagers in Mexico and Brazil.
Considers her band mates her best friends.
Has a half-sister, Diana, by her father's side, who lives in Lima, Peru.
Has her own store called Anahi World, in Mexico.
Sister of Marychelo.
In her free time, she enjoys watching movies, listening to music, scrap booking, and spending time with family, especially her niece.
Having experienced bulimia and anorexia a few years ago, AnahÃ has taken it upon herself to promote awareness about these diseases, aligning herself with the FundaciÃ³n Televisa and other organizations to launch a public service campaign against these diseases.
Filming RBD: La Familia [February 2007]
Recorded a duet with Tiziano Ferror in his album "A Mi Edad". The track El Regalo MÃ s Grande (Tiziano Ferro feat Anahi & Dulce Maria) [August 2008]
Recording her second album in Mexico [April 2002]
She is working on her new solo CD, and also received a proposition to star the new soup opera of Carla Strada. [January 2009]
Gave birth to her 1st child at age 33, a son Manuel Jr on January 17, 2017. Child's father is her husband Manuel Velasco Coello Sr.
My fans are a gift that I received from God for the fact that I've been fighting for my life.
The magic is in your heart.
Good is to go to the battle with determination, embrace life and live with passion.
I define love in one sentence: my life.
I've got enough strength to say that I believe in fairies.