Veronica is a Mexican-American bilingual actor in both theater and film. She studied acting at Columbia College Chicago, New York Film Academy, and The New School were she earned her bachelor’s degree. Eager to further the development of her craft, she studied the Meisner technique for an additional Three years with her mentor Danny Rose, former student of Sanford Meisner.
Her theater credits include "Wapakoneta", "The Ladies" and "Coping in America" from The New Short Play Festival where she got nominated for Best Supporting Actress. She also did the Off Broadway show "Something Outrageous” and starred as the lead in "Queen Marlene's Toy Theater" at the Toy Museum of NY. She has done several Improv showcases, a Clown show, and a Physical Theater piece, which she wrote and performed. She has also performed at the legendary Players Club Theater in New York.
Her film credits include "STAY" an official selection to the Manhattan Film Festival, CENFLO and NewFilmmakers New York Film Festival. She was in "I love you, Andrea" an official selection of the Manhattan Film Festival. She has also appeared in a variety of Independent and short films.
She trained combat for film, the Keysi technique, under its creator Justo Dieguez. Justo used this same technique when he trained Christian Bale, Heath Ledger and Liam Neeson for Christopher Nolan's Batman Trilogy.
In 2011-2013 she founded Blue Curtain Theater, a non profit organization. Blue Curtain Theater served as a platform to bring actors, writers and directors together. Her events includes "Drinks for Words" where stage readings were held to give writers a stage and actors opportunities to be seen. She also worked with other theater companies in New York, such as Coyote Rep and Brooklyn Innovative Theater Experience.