Character Guides Netflix’s Tales of the City: Cast, Characters & Descriptions (with Spoilers)

Netflix’s Tales of the City: Cast, Characters & Descriptions (with Spoilers)

A character guide for Netflix’s Tales of the City featuring cast members names, character descriptions, and noteworthy information.

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Anna (Played By: Olympia Dukakis & Jen Richards)

Is First Noted In

Season 1, Episode 1 “Coming Home” [Series Premiere]

Character Introduction

90 year of Anna has found herself becoming a matriarch of sorts to the local queer community. Perhaps due to her longevity in the area, her being a landlord or a mentor to many. One example being Jake who she shares being Trans with.

Additional Information About Anna

  • Has traveled to Barcelona.
  • Her birthday is on, or close to, September 27th.
  • Was born in Nevada, but moved to San Francisco from Minnesota.
  • She has one daughter.

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