Born in Mexico City, Veronica Segura is an actress and writer. An Honors graduate from Texas State University, she was awarded her B.F.A. in Theatre Arts. She has lived, worked and studied in New York City, Melbourne and Sydney. In New York she studied David Mamet’s Practical Aesthetics acting technique, affiliated with New York University, at the Atlantic Theatre Company. She also studied scriptwriting with Robert McKee. It was in Australia that she began her acting career, appearing in feature films such as "Star Wars: Episode II, The Attack of the Clones", "Tribe", and "Subterano". In 2001 she returned to her native Mexico, where she appeared in numerous international film, theatre and television productions. She was a regular columnist for Playboy (Mexican edition) from 2006 to 2008, and in 2009 she was awarded a Masters Degree in Creative Writing from Casa Lamm in Mexico City. She currently lives and works in Buenos Aires, Argentina.