Elizabeth Pêna was born in 1961 in Elizabeth, New Jersey, daughter of Estella Margarita, an arts administrator and producer, and Mario Peña, the Cuban-born actor, writer, and director who jointly founded the Latin American Theatre Ensemble. Elizabeth graduated from New York's famous High School of Performing Arts in 1977.
She has appeared in movies such as La Bamba, Down and Out in Beverly Hills, Lone Star, Vibes, and Rush Hour. In 2002, she starred in Showtime's Resurrection Blvd. as Tia Bibi Corrades in the episode "Justicia," which she also directed. During the next year, 2003, she appeared in and directed "It Was Fun While It Lasted," an episode of The Brothers Garcia.
Peña's first marriage, to William Kibler, ended in divorce in 1988. She then married a carpenter named Hans Rolla in 1994. They have two children.
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