Fluent in English and native Spanish speaker, with an authentic Mexican accent. Venezia was born and raised in Central Mexico. She is a Latina of Mexican and Spanish heritage.
During her childhood at the age of 4, her parents separated and Venezia was raised by her mother. Venezia has 2 siblings, she is the middle child. In the 90's at the age of 7, Venezia was involved in a a terrible car accident and spent three days in a coma.
Venezia studied in a private bilingual Institution for Women in a conservative, traditional, small city. She loved to perform in school, doing activities such as theater, poetry, public speaking, dancing, gymnastics, and singing. She felt strongly connected to do it cause she found happiness and satisfaction.
Venezia continued to develop her skills, graduating with a degree in Business Administration in 2008. After graduating she went into business for herself, running a number of cafe’s in Mexico. Later, she studied for her Master’s in Organizational and Human Development. During that same time, she also traveled to Mexico City every weekend to develop her acting career. She rediscovered her love of performing as a child, so, in 2012, she moved to Los Angeles CA, to pursue her dream to be an actress in the film industry.
Venezia Zavala has acted in many Latino roles in several films. These include the lead role in the feature film "I Hate LA", in which Venezia played a wealthy business woman struggling with her family. The film deals with the theme of the suffering of children due to the sins of our parents. The movie will be premiering soon at the Chinese Theater in Hollywood.
Venezia studied her acting career at the University of Cinema in Mexico City, AMCI. Later, attended Berg Studios at Los Angeles California with Gregory Berger Sobeck who is a current acting teacher in the Faculty Yale School of Drama. Where she continues to refine her craft."
Venezia booked the role of the aunty Yolanda in the film "The Eliminadora" based in a real life story and produced by WIF.org and later on, played the role of Lupe a devastated nurturing young mom of an ilegal Mexican immigrant struggling in the United States. From the screen to the stage, Venezia continues to explore new projects. With roles in both English and Spanish, her versatility on both film and stage leave a lasting impression.