Ever since Veronica moved to Los Angeles she hasn’t stopped working. You can see her in the feature film by an award-winning writer Hanne Andersen called Young and Alone, in a feature film starring Catherine Dyer (known as Agen Connie Frazer from the hit Netflix series Stranger Things), which premiered on Lifetime, and she was also on NBC’s Caught on Camera with Nick Cannon, to name a few.
Let us get to know more about this super-talented actress from Veronica herself in a candid chat with Namita Nayyar, President, Women Fitness.
Ms. Namita Nayyar:
You have been labelled as a hard-working actress having worked in a feature film by the award-winning writer Hanne Andersen called Young and Alone, in a feature film starring Catherine Dyer, which premiered on Lifetime, and also on NBC’s Caught on Camera with Nick Cannon, to name a few. Walk us through your incredible journey and tell us how it all began?
Ms. Veronica Jarvis:
It all began from a school play, where I was happy to play a tree on stage, then that developed into a hobby, which turned into a dream which then I decided I wanted to turn into a reality. I did that by applying and getting accepted to an acting school in New York, in Manhattan. To which my mom replied with a resounding “oh no” haha. I completed my studies in L.A., and began working full-time as an actor, getting to work with people like Nick Cannon and Catherine Dyer. In the movie Disaster Artist someone said “… People like us, even the worst day on a movie set is better than the best day doing anything else.” and I think I’m people like that.
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