Veronika Dash Poster


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Overview (2)

Birth NameVeronika Nedashkovskaya
Height 5' 7" (1.7 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Veronika Dash graduated, Magna Cum Laude, from the 'School Of Dramatic Arts' at the prestigious University of Southern California with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Theatre. Upon graduation, she has become bicoastal, traveling between New York City and Los Angeles to work on upcoming pilots, films, and theater projects.

In her latest work, Dash can be seen alongside Jane Fonda and Harvey Keitel in the award-winning feature film, Youth, directed by Oscar-Winner Paolo Sorrentino.

Veronika Dash was born on October 28th in Kiev, Ukraine and is bilingual; she speaks English and Russian fluently and is also conversationally proficient in Italian & the International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA.) Dash grew up in New York City and revealed her passion for performing at a young age; she was victorious in numerous storytelling contests, participated in countless school productions, and was a member of the Drama Club, and choir, since the second grade.

Her spark for theatre was initially ignited after she landed her first big lead in the school production of The King and I, where she played a British schoolteacher named Anna. She majored in Performing Arts and learned the necessary skills in acting, music and dance to become a triple threat. Winning the 'Junior Actor of the Year' award, at a popular International Talent competition, sparked the beginning of her professional career. Since then, Dash has successfully booked work in TV/Film, Commercials, Stage, Print, Hosting and Voice-Over.

Dash is no stranger to playing strong female characters like Beatrice in Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing, Cherry in George Farquhar's The Beaux' Stratagem and Dawn in Kenneth Lonergan's Lobby Hero. She reprised the role of 'Sarah' in the original New York dark comedy play Scottish Sperm performed in the famous Zoofest 'Just For Laughs' Comedy festival in Montreal, Canada, and was one of the leads taking the audience back to the 1940s in the immersive theatre production 'Howard Hughes' in Playa Vista, California.

Dash has also made memorable on-screen appearances showing off her comedic chops as Amanda McCormick in the satirical show, The Onion News Network, (2011) and working alongside A-List actors like Most Def in the SONY feature film Cadillac Records, (2008) Justin Long and Ari Graynor in the Focus Feature comedy film For A Good Time Call, (2012) Sean Young in Nick and Nicky, (2015) and David Krumholtz in the up-and-coming indie film Ghost Team. (2016)

Her goal is to inspire others, to express humanity authentically through the works of great writers, to collaborate with artists she admires, to effectively tell great stories and as Larry Moss puts it, "give something meaningful to the world."

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Denis Rize

Trade Mark (1)

Big blue eyes and bright wide smile

Trivia (16)

Graduated Magna Cum Laude from the University of Southern California, majoring in Theatre.
Was originally born in Kiev, Ukraine and immigrated to the USA with her family when she was only a year and two months old.
Hopes to become trilingual by adding Italian to her fluency in Russian and English (no accent in either although she can do multiple dialects).
Competed in Storytelling contests since the Second grade; placed in the top five for the District of New York three years in a row.
Attended a specialized high school for math and science where she excelled in courses such as robotics, electronics, and technical drawing.
Has been awarded many prizes for her outstanding writing ability in poetry, recipient of the "David A. Bickimer Award," as well as academics, winning an excellence in research award for her piece on "Women in Modern Theatre: An Ethnodrama".
One of the winners for "Junior Actor of the Year" at the IMTA convention in New York City.
Is bi-coastal - she travels between her hometown of New York City and her new home in Los Angeles.
She fondly recalls her day off from shooting, "The Early Years" in Davos, Switzerland, where she hiked to the peak of the 2,374 meter high Strelapass in the Alps and ran through the meadows singing 'The Hills Are Alive,' with her co-stars.
She loves adventure and taking risks; she's gone skydiving in San Diego, zip-lining (upside down) in Costa Rica and swimming with Sharks in Key Largo.
She enjoys traveling, museums, the beach, meditation and Bikram/Aerial yoga.
Was greatly inspired after taking an Intensive "Scene Study" Master Class taught by the legendary Hollywood acting coach, and director, Larry Moss.
Began studying at UCB after having the opportunity to read for one of her comedy idols, Tina Fey, in a director/producer session for a new pilot. She recalls Tina being "one of the first ones to laugh" in a very tiny, male dominated room.
Can handle extremely spicy food. She always jokes that "Some Like It Hot".
Was called in to read for one of her favorite New York filmmakers, Woody Allen.
Has often been considered for roles playing the iconic "Marilyn Monroe.".

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