Who is Juana Ahumada?

Juana Ahumada was born on 7 August 1980 under the zodiac sign of Leo, in the United States. She is a 41-year-old celebrity, probably best recognized for being the wife of famous Mexican singer and actor Pedro Rivera.

How rich is she, as of now? Juana Ahumada Net Worth

As of late 2021, Juana Ahumada’s net worth is estimated at close to $500,000, acquired through her successful involvement in various business ventures. It’s assumed that she also shares in the fortune of her famous husband, Pedro Rivera, whose wealth is reputedly over $4 million.

Early Life, Parents, Siblings, Nationality, Ethnicity, Religion, Educational Background, Career

Juana Ahumada isn’t very open when it comes to speak about her childhood, so little is known about that except that she spent her early life somewhere in the United States; there is no information regarding her parents, and it’s also unknown whether she has siblings or is an only child. She’s of Mexican descent, holds both American and Mexican nationality, belongs to Hispanic ethnic group, and is a Christian. Regarding her education, Juana hasn’t shared any details about it. When it comes to her professional career, she worked as a personal assistant to Pedro Rivera for eight years before the two became romantically involved.

Appearance and Vital Statistics

Juana Ahumada has long dark brown hair and dark brown eyes. She stands at a height of 5ft 5ins (1.65m), her weight is around 120lbs (55kgs), with vital statistics of 34-28-40, bra size 34C, dress size 4 (US), and shoe size 6.5 (US).

Personal Life

Juana Ahumada and Pedro Rivera exchanged their wedding vows at a private ceremony held in Huntington Park, California in 2019. They have no children. It’s her first marriage, while he was married to Rosa Saavedra from 1963 to 2008, with whom he welcomed six children named Pedro Jr., Jenni, Rosie, Juan, Gustavo and Lupillo Rivera.

Who is her husband? Pedro Rivera Short Wiki/Bio

Pedro Rivera Cervantes was born on 23 February 1943 under the zodiac sign of Pisces, in La Barca, Mexico.

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He spent one part of his early life in his hometown, where he was a farmer, salesman, and photographer before immigrating to the US in 1966 in search of a better life.

Rise to Fame

Pedro Rivera started pursuing his professional acting career in 1985, when he made his debut feature film appearance in the action thriller “La Tumba Del Mojado”, directed by José Luis Urquieta. During the same year, he appeared in the action-adventure crime film “Escape Sangriento”, for which he also composed the music, and wrote episodes of such TV series as “Estudio Abierto” and “Entre Amigos”.

It was followed by his roles in such film titles as the 1986 action drama “Verdugo De Traidores” and the 1987 action thriller “Camino Al Infierno”, for which he also wrote the soundtrack.

In 1988, he was cast in the action-drama film “La Jaula De Oro”, which was directed by Sergio Véjar, and starred in the action comedy-drama film “La Puerta Negra”, sharing the screen with David Reynoso, Eric del Castillo and Lucha Villa. During the same year, he founded a record company called Cintas Acuario, which would later become one of the largest Latin record labels in the world.

He ended the decade by composing music and featuring in the action crime drama film “El Fiscal De Hierro” (1989), and writing the soundtrack “Amigo Mio, No” of the BAFTA Film Award-winning adventure drama film “The Sheltering Sky” (1990), directed by Bernardo Bertolucci and based on the novel of the same title written by Paul Bowles. starring John Malkovich and Debra Winger.

Continued Success

At the beginning of the next decade, Pedro Rivera continued to line up successes by making appearances in such film titles as the 1991 action crime film “Muerte En Tijuana”, next to Mario Almada and Fernando Almada, the 1992 action crime drama film “El Corrido De Los Perez”, directed by Hernando Name, and the 1993 drama film “Misa De Cuerpo Presente”, along with Lucha Villa and Rossana San Juan.

In the following year, he was cast in the drama film “Un Indio Quiere Llorar”, and then landed the role of Valerio in the action film “La Dinastía De Los Pérez”, for which he was also the producer. In 1995, he composed the song “El Fiscal De Hierro” for the thriller film “El Fiscal De Hierro 4”, directed by René Cardona III, and had a part in the drama film “Las Nieves De Enero”, directed by Hernando Name. His next major role came in 1996 when he took the part of Erick in the action film “Clave Privada”, alongside Sergio Goyri and Bernabé Melendrez.

In 1998, Pedro Rivera took roles in Javier Durán’s action film “Mi Último Contrabando”, sharing the screen with Eleazar Garcia Jr. and Valentín Trujillo, and the action film “La Dinastia De Culiacan”, directed by Manuel Ramirez. It was followed by his portrayal of Tio Pedro in the action film “Narcos Y Perros”.

Further Work

He then went on an hiatus, and his next project came in 2008 when he wrote the song “Alfileres De Colores” for the crime drama thriller film “Walking Vengeance”, starring Diego Luna, Victoria Abril and Ariadna Gil. In 2015, he returned to the big screen with his appearance in the Western film “Un Hombre Destinado A Hacer Justicia”, which was directed by Helio Martinez.

During the next year, he featured as Gustavo Cantu in the crime film “El Vengador Del Mojado”, which was followed by his portrayals of Gonzalo Mendoza in the action film “La Venganza De Los Mendoza”, next to Victor El Indio Estrada and Emilio Montiel, and Catano in the action film “Tiempo Limite Para Morir”, both released in 2017.

Most recently, he starred as Pedro in the 2018 action film “Mujeres Cabronas”, and played Emilio Vega in the 2019 drama film “Entre Balas Viejas Y Loquera”, both directed by Alonso O. Lara.

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