Ana Harwa
Ana Harwa
Ana Harwa
Type: Main character
Gender: Female
Known relatives: Wallis Harwa (uncle, deceased); Carter Moore (fiancé)
First: The Mummy's Kiss (2003)
Actor: Sasha Peralto

Ana Harwa is a fictional character featured in the 2003 film The Mummy's Kiss as well as the 2008 sequel Blood Scarab. In both films she is played by actress Sasha Peralto (credited as Sasha Peralta).

Biography Edit

Ana Harwa was a university student and the fiancé of faculty member Professor Carter Moore. Carter helped Ana uncover information relating to several relics that her uncle, Doctor Wallis Harwa brought back from Egypt, including the sarcophagus containing the mummy of Hor-Shep-Sut. After helping Carter to open the sarcophagus, Ana accidentally touched the mummy's arm and immediately experienced flashes of ancient Egypt. She saw herself in the likeness of Princess Hat-Em-Akhet, herself in another life, who had been romantically involved with Hor-Shep-Sut. When Ana revived, she found a golden streak had grown through her hair. Obsessed with her previous life, Ana grew distant and cold with Professor Moore.

Ana's brief contact with Hor-Shep-Sut awakened the Egyptian sorceress who knew that the spirit of her lover was alive and residing inside of Ana. She approached Ana and attempted to stimulate her memories so that Hat-Em-Akhet's could gain dominance over her. Using a mystical amulet, she brought Ana to a theater where she began conducting a ritual. She intended on cutting out Ana's heart so that the spirit of the princess could take up permanent residence within her. Carter Moore and another student named Tina stormed the theater and fought past Hor-Shep-Sut's mind-controlled slaves. Tina placed the Mask of Osiris onto the sorceress' face, forcing her to resume her mummified state. Although Ana was safe, the mummy still maintained vast amounts of power and was able to supplant her own essence into Ana's body. What became of Ana Harwa following this event is unknown, but it is safe to assume that Hor-Shep-Sut maintained possession of her. [1]

Notes & Trivia Edit

  • The character of Ana Harwa was created by writer/director Donald F. Glut.

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