Timeline of Veronica Echegui
|Date of Birth:||1983 , June-16|
|Height:||5 Feet 10 Inch|
She began her acting career since her late teens. She played her first acting role in 2003 and that was in the television series, A New Life. She made her appearances in the three episodes as Ana. Till now she has appeared in more than a dozen of television series and movies.
When Veronica Echegui was once asked about her personal life matters, she turned red and didn't tell anything about her personal life matters. Till now there is no information about her love affairs, married life and also about her divorce. It is also unknown whether she is interested in boys or girls.
Veronica Echegui facts on timeline
Born in Madrid
Veronica Echegui was from the middle class family born as Verónica Fernández de Echegaray in Madrid, Spain to parents of Spanish descent. She is Spanish. She received her education in drama from Royal Dramatic Arts School.
Began her acting career
Since her childhood days, she was interested in acting. She received her education in drama from Royal Dramatic Arts School. She began her acting career since her late teens. She played her first acting role in 2003 and that was in the television series, A New Life.
Won Barcelona Film Awards
Barcelona Film Awards is one of the prestigious awards in the Spanish film industry and every Spanish actors and actresses fells honored if they win this award for the first time in their life. She has also been honored with this award once and that was in 2006 for Best Actress (Millor Actriu).
Won Málaga Spanish Film Festival
She has also been honored with the Málaga Spanish Film Festival twice in her life. She got her first nomination in this award in 2007 and that was for Best Supporting Actress. She won this award that year. She also won this award in 2012 for Zonacine - Best Actress.
Won Gaudí Awards
She has been nominated in lots of prestigious awards and she has also won several of them. In 2012, she got her one and only nomination in Gaudí Awards. She won this award that year for Best Performance by an Actress.