Anita Sax Poster


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Overview (4)

Born in Chicago, Illinois, USA
Birth NameAnn Margaret Sax
Nicknames Anabanana
Height 5' 7¾" (1.72 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Anita was born in Chicago, Illinois and raised in Mexico City, Mexico. At age 14 she moved to California to study at Idyllwild Arts Academy. She later attended California Institute of the Arts before moving back to Mexico where she appeared in several soap operas and did voice-over work for Televisa.

She now dedicates her time to writing and is the author of 10 children's books. "The Magical Balloons," "The Little Lost Truck," "Africa Meets India," "Miss Pearly White," "One Step at a Time," "Oscar and the Zoo," "Poor Little Pluto," "The Tale of Five Tails," "Desiree in Disarray," and "Zippy the Train."

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Anonymous

Trivia (3)

Loves animals and has rescued many stray dogs from the streets of Mexico.
Is the granddaughter of George D. Sax, (April 14, 1904 - March 12, 1974), who built the Saxony Hotel (1948). It was the first hotel in Miami Beach to have central air-conditioning. George D. Sax was also the CEO of The Exchange National Bank of Chicago, (now LaSalle Bank), where thanks to many of his brilliant ideas, the innovative practice of drive through banking was started.
Is related to Leon Trotsky, (born Lev Davidovich Bronstein 1879-1940), on her paternal grandmother's side.

Personal Quotes (2)

I am a writer of words, a wordsmith. I am a writer, period.
I am a wordsmith - a writer of words. I write bits and pieces here and there. I am a writer, period.

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