Born and bred in west Wales on a small farm in Pembrokeshire, at the age of 16 Veronica moved away with a scholarship to study at the prestigious Cambridge Performing Arts, where she graduated with a distinction and won the Musical Theatre Award. Alongside her ever growing acting career, Veronica is a spoken word artist and has just begun her creative journey divulging into the world of ‘slam poetry‘, where she is producing her first poetry films this Spring.
Currently filming a lead role in the anticipated feature film based on a Chinese comic, ‘The Grandest Wedding of Royals’, after recently returning from a year of singing a lead role in Disney’s award-winning show ‘Mickey and the Magician’. Other credits include ‘Julie’ in the TV drama series ‘Dubai, London, Dubai’, ‘Mimi’ in the comedy sitcom ‘London Girl’, the young Beatrice Campbell in the feature film ‘Olive Green’, and ‘Young’ in Jasper Shah’s short film ‘Night Journey’, which premiered at Festival de Cannes. She has also worked closely with the renowned National Theatre of Scotland, including a development with Lee Hall (writer of Billy Elliot) for ‘Our Ladies of Perpetual Succour’.
As an ongoing ambassador for Clic Sargent, Veronica performs regularly as a soloist singer for their various large-scale fundraising events, including a recent U.K. Tour, singing at venues such as The Royal Albert Hall, The Sage Gateshead and Bridgewater Hall, Manchester.
Other credits include Gwen Verdon in ‘Mrs Bob Fosse’ at the Mumford Theatre, directed by Philip Foster, Female 2 in ‘Songs For a New World’ at the Cambridge Corn Exchange, directed by Julian Reeve, Shelley in a musical version of ‘Ladies Day’ directed by Elva Makins and ‘June’ in ‘My Godmother’s Wellies’, Blissfields Film Festival.