Every actor gets that pivotal role that serves as a stepping stone to their career. Ana Bokesa could cross that key moment thanks to Elitethe Spanish series that has just released its sixth season on Netflix.
Spanish actress and model famous for her looks with everlasting braids and Jamaican costumes, this is not only her first major role in television, but it also means the confirmation of a path that until then was not entirely clear.
It’s the one in a recent interview for the fashion magazine InStyle, Ana confessed that she even considered giving up acting. Today it is clear that the lure of the giant of the stream for one of her longest-running series changed her mind.
It is to be expected that with the media exposure provided by such a successful production as Elite -is third in the top 10 most watched non-English speaking series- and on the most popular platform, now it casts rain in Bokesa.
Rocío, the chief vigilante of Elite
Rocío, her character in Elite, She is one of the new students at Las Encinas who has no group to belong to. but moves comfortably between all. That’s why he becomes the leader and spokesperson against abuse and bullying in the exclusive school.
She resists wearing the uniform, waves the flags of equality and claims the fight against racism. Even from there, she is always very conscious of supporting Isadora (Valentina Zenere) in her attempt to bring justice after the violation he suffered last season.
Rocío is a Spanish daughter of parents born in Guinea, Africa. Because of this she gets close to Bilal (Adam Nourou), born in the Comoros, who doesn’t see her as a couple at first, but as the chapters go by, they end up forming a love triangle.
Beyond the romance between them, Rocío and Bilal have conversations on very current topics. “We put on the table the question of roots, and how and what everyone feels. I think it’s important because it also happens on the street. It’s still a fiction, but they are questions that I too, like Ana Bokesa, like. play,” said l actress to the specialized Spanish media board.
TV, theater and music videos
Bokesa, what She is very active in networks and usually engages in social causes.trained as an actress with several well-known Spanish teachers in the environment, such as Ben Naylor, Raquel Pérez, Marisa Lull and Javier Montero.
He has little background on the small screen, with special participation in fiction such as B&B, word of mouth, Love is forever, Medical Center, What is coming Y chapter zero. According to Spanish media, in all of them showed it had pasta.
In 2019 he made his theater debut in Federico towards Lorcaa work that sought to bring young people closer to the life and work of the Spanish poet and playwright, one of the essential figures in the literary curriculum of secondary schools and high schools in Spain.
A year earlier he had ventured into the world of video clips: he was part of the video for Tu refugioone of Pablo Alborán’s great successes.
The plot of the sixth and the star that is added to the seventh
Far from the absolute furor that the first seasons had, the sixth chapter remains constant in terms of views, thanks to a fandom that remains faithful to the story despite the departure of several figures, including Omar Ayuso, Itzán Escamilla, Claudia Salas, Miguel Herrán and Jaime Llorente.
As usual, the sixth season has maintained the habit of introducing new faces while at the same time continuing the stories of already known characters. Among them, it is worth highlighting the relationship between Patrick and Iván, Isadora’s fight for justice or the new dilemmas that Mencía and Ari face.
In addition to Bokesa, Álvaro de Juana, Carmen Arrufat, Ander Puig and Adam Nourou joined the cast in the new episodes, which appeared in the fifth season but returned as Adú as the protagonist.
And to the delight of the fans, At the end of October, filming for the seventh season beganwhere a leading actress will be added: nothing more and nothing less Marble Verdudouble Goya award winner for Seven French pool tables Y Snow White.
Also, Omar Ayuso returns, one of the original protagonists of the series. And some of the new faces have already met: Mirela Balic, Fernando Líndez, Gleb Abrosimov, Iván Mendes and Alejandro Albarracín.
Charles Hurd is an entertainment journalist for News Rebeat. He brings a fresh and engaging voice to the world of pop culture, covering the latest developments in film, television, music, and more.