Verónica Jaspeado

Verónica Jaspeado
Born Verónica Jaspeado Martínez
(1976-09-06) September 6, 1976
Puebla, Mexico
Other names Veró Jaspeado
Occupation Actress

Verónica Jaspeado Martínez (born September 6, 1976) is a Mexican actress and voice actress.


She was born in Puebla, Mexico on September 6, 1976. Veronica studied at the Centro de Capacitación Artística de Televisa (CEA). She also participated in the Acrobatics workshop at Centro Universitario de Teatro (CUT), of the UNAM. She has a sister. She has a band called "DKDA" and wrote the song- "Pólvora Mojada". In 1994, she won the title of "Nuestra Belleza Tlaxcala Mexico 1994".


Jaspeado, who has modeled at national level, received her first opportunity as an actress in the telenovela DKDA (1999), in which she played the role of Camilla Saldivar. Two years later, Jaspeado got her second chance on the small screen to participate in |El Derecho de Nacer](2001). She participated in La Otra, and "Amor mío". She made her debut in the musical comedy "Los muchachos de Nueva York". She later worked in Anastasia, the musical. This work led her to be recognized by the PTCA as "Revelación en teatro 1999". Professionalism and perseverance were the perfect combination for Veronica Jaspeado to be able to work under the guidance of 'Mr. Telenovela', Ernesto Alonso, in the melodrama Amarte es mi pecado. She shared credits with the great performance figures as Aaron Hernan, Macaria, Tiare Scanda and Odysseus Bichir, among others. She was involved in "Un Gancho al Corazón" as Ximena Sermeño with Danna Garcia and Sebastián Rulli.She is now currently involved in "Lo Que La Vida Me Robo" as Josephina Vaverde with Angelique Boyer and Sebastian Rulli.

Television series

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