Alana De La Garza - Connie Rubirosa
Alana De La Garza returns to the esteemed cast of NBC's Emmy Award-winning series "Law & Order," now entering its 20th season. De La Garza reprises her role as the Assistant District Attorney Connie Rubirosa.
De La Garza was seen on "CSI: Miami" as the wife of police officer Horatio Caine (David Caruso) and on the series "The Book of Daniel."
Born in Columbus, Ohio, to a Mexican-American father and an Irish-American mother, De La Garza relocated to Texas as a child, where she ultimately attended the University of Texas to pursue a career in physical therapy. She then moved to Orlando and landed roles in a series of local independent films and worldwide commercials. Her passion for acting soon took her to New York, where she studied extensively under the renowned acting instructor Joanna Beckson, who is a founding member of the Circle Repertory Company. Soon after, she got her first break playing Rosa Santos on the daytime drama "All My Children."
De La Garza then moved to Los Angeles and quickly landed a series of guest-starring roles on "JAG," NBC's "Las Vegas," and "Two and a Half Men." She was then cast as a series lead on "The Mountain," and has also had guest-starring turns on "Smallville" and "Charmed."
De La Garza's film credits include the 2006 romantic comedy "Mr. Fix It" opposite David Boreanaz.