What is Ana Maria Polo Net Worth?
Ana Maria Polo Net Worth is $9 Million.
Who is Ana Maria Polo?
Ana Maria Polo is an arbitrator, television personality, and lawyer.
Is she Lesbian?
Over the years, her sexuality has come into question, and photos of Ana María with another woman have gone viral and might confirm that the rumors were true all along.
A Mexican tabloid magazine reported that Ana María’s personal assistant and executive producer of her show is called Marlene Key.
In 2018, Marlene Key filed a lawsuit for more than $2 million against Ana Maria Polo.
How Much Money Does Ana Maria Polo Make?
Polo studied political science at the Florida International University and later, she attended the University of Miami School of Law, where she graduated in 1987. Ana Maria worked for Emmanuel Perez & Associates, P.A., a law firm based in Coral Gables, Florida, for long years.
In 2001, she joined the Telemundo TV program Caso Cerrado, as an arbitrator. The show became one of the most successful programs on American televisions. She has solved various conflicts between couples as an arbitrator since 2001.
She was born on April 11, 1959 in Havana, Cuba, but she grew up in emigrated Puerto Rico, where Polo attended the Academia del Perpetuo Socorro. Then, she emigrated to Miami. She discovered her musical talent while studing in secondry school and participated in some musicals with his sister Alina. Despite her family didn’t approved her relationship with a older man, she married when she was 19 years old. Shortly after, Ana Maria became pregnant, but lost the baby. After that they divorced. Long years later, she adopted a child named Peter.
She was born on April 11, 1959, in Havana, Cuba.
At a young age, due to disagreements with the newly established communist regime, Ana Maria said goodbye to everything she knew and moved to the US, where she went on to graduate from high school.
After getting a Bachelor’s in political science from Florida International University, Polo found herself accepted to the University of Miami School of Law in ‘87.
She studied hard, passed the Florida Bar, and worked for a law firm in Miami called Emmanuel Perez & Associates, P.A. in Florida.
In 2001, Ana Maria Polo made her first appearance on Latin-American TV!
She began to star in a show called Sala de parejas, which translates to “Couple’s Court.” In this version of her show, she strictly handled marital cases.
When she turned 18, Ana María left for Miami, where she met a man ten years older than her.
They got married in order to become independent from her parents.
But the married life with him turned into divorce soon after they lost their baby.