The National Museum of Mexican Art will be closed on Wednesday, June 19th in observation of Juneteenth. 

Veronica Mora

Veronica Mora

Veronica Mora is a Mexican-American actor, model, and voice-over artist made in Chicago. She has developed at various acting institutions across the US and Mexico. She attended The Gately Poole Conservatory in DeKalb followed by training at The Lee Strasberg Theater and Film Institute in New York City. Most recently, she attended Casa Spanda in Mexico City and continues to train with Kennedy Brown on physical acting and voice deconstruction. Her on-screen credits include Power Book IV:Force (Starz), you may have also seen her on Chicago PD (NBC) and Chicago Fire (NBC). She played the lead in the short lm Genesis, selected as part of the 2022 Chicago International Reel Shorts Festival. She also appeared in Alma, which premiered at the 2016 Chicago Latino Film Festival, has been screened at numerous lm festivals across the U.S. and was awarded a Silver Palm at the Mexico International Film Festival. On stage, she was cast in 16th Street Theater’s rolling world premiere of X-mas Cuento Remix written by Maya Malan-Gonzalez. Veronica understudied and performed in La Havana Madrid for Teatro Vista and Collaboraction. She gave life to Jenny Ramos in Los Secretos de Santa Mónica at the Orpheum Theater in Phoenix and later reprised her role in La Boda at Chicago’s Chopin Theatre. If you listen closely, you can also catch Veronica’s voice in TV and radio commercials for Indeed, Colorado Lotto, and Target. Outside of work, she likes to spend her time lifting heavy weights at the gym, covering her current favorite songs, and being an unocial therapist to friends, family and her rat terrier Finito