LA based actress.
NYU Tisch Dean Scholar.


Tune in to Netflix’s Fight for Paradise: Who Can You Trust? and catch Analisa’s voice as Elisabeth in the English dub. All episodes are available to stream now!

Analisa directed Black Rabbit Theatre Co.’s staged reading of Gloria at Caroline’s L.O.F.T. in Los Angeles. The event also highlighted small business vendors for guests, and 20% of all proceeds were donated to the Entertainment Community Fund.

Starting in 2023, Analisa Gutierrez officially signed with Eris Talent Agency for their Commercial / Print and Voiceover Divisions!

Analisa Gutierrez has been elected as a Board Member of the Black Rabbit Theatre Co. A non-profit theatre company whose mission is to enrich, challenge, and entertain others by presenting a diverse selection of theatrical productions centered around fresh perspectives that celebrate and reflect the world around us.

A Brand New Yay! has been picked up for a limited run by ChimeTV on Spectrum Channel 147. Analisa plays a friend of the protagonist, Meryl, who gets a life makeover from two comedians, Aidan Park and Rosie Tran.

Returning to where she first started, Analisa built her own curriculum, “Acting for the Camera,” to teach Latine students ages 5-14 at LAMusArt. In it, students learned skills necessary to work in a professional environment bridging the educational world to the industry. She arranged for them to audition for Apple TV’s Head of Casting, Tamara Hunter, in the first semester and Disney+ TV writer, David Ramirez, in the second semester. At the end of the year, Analisa created the school’s first ever film festival to great success.

Analisa Gutierrez (she/her) is a first-generation Mexican-American woman born and raised in East LA. In her senior year at the Los Angeles County High School for the Arts, she was honored as a U.S. Presidential Scholar in the Arts leading her to frequently perform at the Kennedy Center. Analisa matriculated to NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts as a Dean’s Scholar to study at the New Studio on Broadway, Stonestreet Studios, and RADA. During school, she was featured in two episodes of the HBO series A YoungArts Masterclass with Anna Deavere Smith and Alan Alda- the latter winning an Emmy for “Outstanding Children’s Program.” Outside of acting and directing, she loves to draw, travel, read, and spend time with her family, husband, and fourteen-year-old pug, Sasha.

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