|Veronica Falcón Quick Info|
|Height||5 ft 6 in|
|Date of Birth||August 8, 1966|
|Hair Color||Dark Brown|
Veronica Falcón is a Mexican actress, choreographer, and writer who is known for playing Camila Vargas in the crime drama series Queen of the South and Lupe in the 2020 HBO reboot of Perry Mason. She has also been cast in movies such as Te presento a Laura, A Monster with a Thousand Heads, The Starling, Voyagers, Eddie Reynolds y Los Ángeles de Acero, Days of Grace, Saving Private Perez, Hasta el viento tiene miedo, Not Forgotten, and The Heirs.
Mexico City, Mexico
Los Angeles, California, United States
Actress, Choreographer, Writer
5 ft 6 in or 167.5 cm
66 kg or 145.5 lbs
Boyfriend / Spouse
Veronica Falcón has dated –
- Marius Biegai – She married Polish actor and writer Marius Biegai in 1998 and they have a son named Lucca.
Race / Ethnicity
Deep husky voice
Veronica Falcón Facts
- Her family wasn’t thrilled with her dream of entering the entertainment industry.
- Veronica Falcón has worked as an actress and choreographer in Mexico’s National Opera Company, on Mexican television, and in Mexican film for more than 3 decades.
- She was cast as La Diabla in the 2013 drama film, Besos de Azúcar, and this performance got her nominated by PECIME — the Asociación de Periodistas Cinematográficos de México — for the Diosas de Plata award for “Best Supporting Film Actress” in 2014.
- Veronica was 50 years old when she decided to take a leap and start a career in the United States in 2016.
- With her role as Camila Vargas in 39 episodes of Queen of the South, she allegedly became the first Mexico-born actress to secure a second lead role in a U.S. TV drama.
- For her role in Queen of the South, Veronica Falcón received the Outstanding Performance in a Television Series Impact Award at the 22nd annual NHMC Impact Awards Gala in 2019.
- She has been cast as Trader Sam in the American period fantasy adventure film, Jungle Cruise.
- In 2021, Falcón played the recurring role of Donya Madani, Morgenthau’s adoptive mother, in the action-adventure buddy comedy series, The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, based on Marvel Comics.
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