Santa Barbara Film Festival Spotlight: Sexy Siren Veronica Alicino


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The appeal of an actress sometimes lie in the way she can make people laugh and the very foxy Veronica Alicino has shone in the comedy field for quite some time. A fixture of Off Broadway and Off Broadway theatrical productions, she has also performed Stand Up as well as Sketch Comedy in both NYC and Los Angeles. It’s already a fact that female comics are sexy femmes in their own right and Veronica excels in that department. The sultry pics (above) should allude to her foxiness and just look at her luscious legs! Catch Veronica in “Falcon Song”, a 1980’s style contemporary western in which a guitar-playing drifter helps a rancher’s granddaughter find her true calling. It’s been said to traverse a magical world inhabited by numerous whimsical, colorful characters and while hers is a supporting role, seeing the ebullient Veronica is a must.

She’s already made us laugh on Yahoo.com in several episodes of “Sketchy” and Mafioso comedy “The Mamamluke”. In the latter, she plays the lead role of funny and sardonic Marie Mamaluke across from Johnny “Roastbeef” Williams who is famed for being in the “Goodfellas”. It’s fitting to see a reviewer from her previous work on Broadway being impressed with Veronica, endearingly calling her a hoot and a half. He went to say how much he adored her deadpan looks and throw away lines. What better than to keep an eye on a much-praised funnywoman. With a slew of exciting features and in the throes of TV Pilot season, the enchanting Veronica is set to excite even more of us in 2014.

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