Veronica Reyes-How is an award winning writer/actor/producer based in NYC. A graduate of the University of Michigan with a B.A in Mathematics, she left a career in technology consulting to pursue acting when an open-call audition resulted in her booking the national tour of Rent. Other acting credits include Miss Saigon, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee. CBS’ Blue Bloods, NBC’s The Blacklist, CBS’ Person of Interest, and ABC’s Alex Inc. She produced the short film California Roll, which was accepted into 10 film festivals around the country and won the Best Micro Thriller at the 2018 Austin Revolution Film Festival. As a director, she has worked for Theatreworks USA, The Barrow Group, and Unity Stage Company.
All of these roads lead to her love of writing original narratives. Her 1 hour medical drama American Doctor, based on the life of her mother, is a 2021 Screencraft True Story & Public Domain Finalist, A 2021 Stowe Story Lab Finalist and a 2021 Screencraft Fellowship Finalist. Her 1/2 hour comedy Emotional Support is a 2021 Screencraft Comedy Semifinalist. Her current project is producing a web series she co-wrote, will direct and star in called Dirty Laundry. Outside of work, she’s a poker enthusiast, loves to play tennis and watch animal videos with her husband and their 13 year old chihuahua, Fergus.