About Ana Lefebvre
Lefebvre was born in Livingston, New Jersey. She graduated from Lakeland Senior High School in Lakeland, Fl and then continued her studies at the University of South FL in Tampa, FL.
Get to know Ana Lefebvre
What do you like doing in your spare time?
I like to spend time with my family and friends, unplugged. There’s nothing like receiving and giving someone your undivided attention.
How would someone get your special attention?
By paying attention. Paying attention to the details and noticing the things that make me, me. There’s nothing more amazing than that.
What’s your biggest pet peeve?
People flaking. I pride myself on being reliable. Don’t say you are going to do something and don’t.
What’s your annoying habit?
I over plan. It’s annoying and I have been working on it. Honestly, though, it is what makes me.
What would you like remembered about you?
I want to be known as a great humanitarian and feminist. I want to create change. Be the change.
Where did you grow up?
I grew up in Lakeland, Florida. I was actually homeschooled for the 2nd-8th grade; so, I grew up there, but in some kind of strange altered way, I did not. I had an atypical childhood.
What were your best/worst subjects in school?
The best subject was anything that dealt with writing or grammar. My worst subject was actually science.
What was your favorite game?
I was actually really good at Halo. Like really good. I was such a nerdy kid.
What were you like as a kid?
I was the “wild child” and over-planner. I wrote my first business plan at 8. Always had a potty-mouth. I am honestly the same.
What do you enjoy doing with your friends?
Talking about boys. We get a ton of food and wine and sit and complain or brag (lol). Just share about what’s going on in our lives and also tips (wink).
What’s your most embarrassing childhood memory?
My most embarrassing childhood memory is falling off the sidewalk in high school. I don’t remember how old I was but I had a ton of textbooks in my bookbag and hands and just…boom fell in front of everyone. I was mortified. I’m still that same girl. Still falling and bumping into things.
Were you a good student?
I was actually a really good student. I always did all of my homework. I never studied.
What did you want to be when you were a kid?
I remember wanting to be a surgeon, then a lawyer. Then I fell in love with acting and realized I could do all of it (in a way).
Were your parents strict?
Incredibly. I would have to create schemes to go to the mall with my friends at 16/17. I remember not being able to watch Rated R movies but moving to college the next week.