American film and television actress, Mariana Klaven is famous for her role as Lorena Ball (Krasiki) in the HBO series ‘True Blood’. The gorgeous actress is also popular for her character as movie actress Peri Westmore in Lifetime comedy-drama ‘Devious Maids’.
Mariana Klaveno was born on October 25, 1979, in Endicott, WA under the birth sign of Scorpio. She holds an American nationality and belongs to a mixed (German, Norwegian, English) ethnic group.
She is the daughter of Daryl S. (Evans) and Patrick J. Kleweno. She grew up with her three siblings, on a family farm.
Talking about education, Klaveno studied with Jon Jory in the University of Washington in Seattle and graduated magna cum laude from there with B.A. in Theater.
The 39-years-old actress is married to her longtime boyfriend Luis A. Patiño. The couple shared the wedding vows in 2012. Furthermore, there is no information regarding their current relationship status and about their children.
Moreover, they may be busy in their career and might want to keep their profile low. Currently, the lovebirds reside in Los Angeles.
The American actress has an estimated net worth of around $2 million and she has earned that sum of money from her acting career.
According to some sources, the average wage for an actress is around $48,000-$60,000 per year. So, she might be receiving a similar amount.
Klaveno debuted her acting career from the movie ‘Gamebox 1.0’ as Michelle in 2004. Later in 2006, she appeared in the short film ‘The Lifestyle’ as Trixie.
Additionally, she started her television career from the role of Mercedes in the series ‘Good Girls Don’ ‘ in 2004. Also, she appeared the role of peri Westmore in the Lifetime comedy-drama series ‘Devious Maids’ in 2012.
From 2016 t0 2017, Klaveno made her appearance as Angela Mancuso in ‘Full Circle’ and Brooke Mathison in ‘Designated Survivor’.
In 2009, she won Special Achievement Award in the category Best Ensemble, television for ‘True Blood’. Similarly, she has nominated for Screen Actors Guild Actors in the category Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series for ‘True Blood’ in 2010.