Veronica Milagros is an actress, who began her career acting with her father in local theaters, while studying ballet. After competing at an International Festival of Ballet in South America, she won a full scholarship to study at the Miami Hispanic Ballet. While in Miami she appeared in the play "Requiem for Yarini", playing a legendary Cuban mistress. This led to Veronica's first award as "Revelation Actress of the Year". She also had a recurring role in Univision's top-rated show, Sábado gigante (1962). Later, Veronica moved to New York to study under full scholarship with the Joffrey School and Company and danced with Ballet Hispanico of New York while studying acting with Tony and Maria Greco.
After working with the legendary George Faison and Bob Fosse's muse Ann Reinking, Veronica was encouraged to move to Los Angeles to pursuit her passion, acting. Soon after she was offered a holding deal with CBS, worked with John Stamos on Jake in Progress (2005), Emotion (2006), AI3 (2066)_, Nip/Tuck (2003) and The Unit (2006). She also starred in The Gundown (2011), playing the legendary Mexican "pistolera" Dulce De La Rosa. She played Mrs. Alvarez in the Pilot episode of Lethal Weapon.