Ana Coto in blue gym wear crouching on skate shoes

Ana Coto

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Ana Coto is an actress, influencer and TikToker known for her short roller skating dance videos. In February 2020, Coto rose to fame for posting videos of herself rollerskating on TikTok and by May 2020, her influence caused a surge in roller skating interest on and offline.

Online History

On February 4th, 2020, Ana Coto uploaded her first video to TikTok of herself skating and gained over two million likes in three months. On February 24th, she uploaded another that garnered over 705,700 likes in three months (shown below, left). On March 4th, Coto uploaded a say so dance video on skates which received over 515,500 likes in two months (shown below center). On April 28th, uploaded a video of herself skating on the street to Jennifer Lopez's "Jenny from the Block" and gained over 1.6 million likes in a month (shown below, right).


In May 2020 NBC,[1] Buzzfeed[2] and Digital Trends[3] attributed Coto's videos to the recent interest in roller skating. On May 11th, Twitter user and New York Times Reporter @TaylorLorenz posted a trend about Coto's influence (shown below). As of May 15th, Coto has 1.2 million followers on TikTok[8], 51,000 followers on Instagram[6] and 3,000 followers on Twitter.[5]

Personal Life

According to her website, "Ana Coto is an actor and dancer from Puerto Rico and is based in LA. Classically trained at Miami City Ballet, she incorporates dance into many of her performances."[4] Her partner, Jesse Balmer,[7] films most of her TikTok videos. They met at a roller skating rink.

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I like rollerblading and it's a shame people look down on it as a step below skateboards and bikes. Imagine my fear when I opened the front page and saw "TikTok and "Roller Skating" in the same sentence.


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