Veronica Falcon was born in Mexico City, she is considered one of Mexico’s most talented and prestigious actors, as well as an outstanding choreographer. She’s had a remarkable career both as an actor and as a choreographer, working for over two decades in theater, film and television. Throughout her career back home, she worked with some of Mexico’s most respected directors. In 2015, she moved to the United States, within months she was cast as “Camila Vargas” co-leading the hit television show “Queen of the South”. Then, came the role of “Rosa” in the first season of HBO’s “Room 104” written & produced by the Duplass Brothers. Ms. Falcon also played the role of “Clara” in Steven Conrad’s critically acclaimed “Perpetual Grace Ltd.” opposite to Sir Ben Kingsley, Jackie Weaver & Luis Guzman. She’s plays “Mama Donnya” in Marvel’s “The Falcon and the Winter Soldier”. Ms. Falcon plays the role of “Lupe Gibbs”, in the newest version of “Perry Mason” she is part of an international stellar cast led by Matthew Rhys, John Lithgow, Chris Chalk and Tatiana Maslany. The series was created by Ron Fitzgerald & Rolin Jones, directed by Tim Van Patten & produced by Robert Downey Jr. for HBO. In film, she performs an iconic (yet undisclosed) role in Disney’s “Jungle Cruise” next to Dwayne Johnson, Emily Blunt, Jack Whitehall, Jesse Plemons, Edgar Ramirez & Paul Giamatti, all directed by Jaume Collet-Serra. She was also cast in Melissa Mc McCarthy’s new film “The Starling” directed by Academy Award nominee Ted Melfi, in Neil Burger’s “Voyagers” opposite to Colin Farrell and in “The Last Purge” where she plays “Lydia”, teaming up again with Mexican director Everardo Gout, who in 2009 cast her as “La Madrina” in his multi awarded Opera Prima “Days of Grace”. She is now set to star as “Catherine” in Marc Cherry’s second season of “Why Women Kill”. In 2019, Ms. Falcon was honored with The National Hispanic Media Coalition’s “Impact Award”. She’s also been nominated twice for the “Imagen Award” as Best Supporting Actress in Television. In 2014, Veronica was nominated for a Silver Goddess Award (Mexico’s equivalent to a Golden Globe) as Best Supporting Actress in film for her role as “La Diabla” in director Carlos Cuaron’s film “Besos de Azucar”. As a choreographer Ms. Falcon worked in several productions for Mexico’s National Opera, being one of the few artists invited repeatedly to do so. Her choreography of Mozart’s “Don Giovanni” is still regarded as one of the most original works ever created for Mexico’s National Opera. She speaks several languages, at age fifteen, she was awarded a “Teachers Degree” in English. She has a postgraduate degree in choreography from one of London’s most prestigious dance institutions and for several years she was part of the master class of Gene Frankel one of the most respected American directors and acting teachers. In 2013, Ms. Falcon got a production grant as a playwright after competing with over 200 authors. Her play “Afrodita al Sol” had two successful runs. She lives in Los Angeles, California.