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Theater-maker, voice over and film actor, and Founding Artistic Director of the San Francisco based theater company La Lengua Teatro en Español. Originally from Argentina, she is a founding member of Drakma Grupo Teatral.

Back in her country, she has performed in both classic and contemporary plays. Regional credits include Orinda Starlight Village Players, Oakland Theater Project (Ex Ubuntu), Shelton Theatre, TheatreFirst, Theatre of Yugen, and Cutting Ball Theater, along with several staged readings with Brava Studio Sessions, 3 Girls Theatre and La Lengua Teatro en Español.

She was Catita in the radio play A Solid Home at MACT Mexican American Conservatory Theatre, Paulina in the live-streaming of La Muerte y la Doncella (Death and the Maiden), and Nora St. John in the radio play Adiós Robinson at La Lengua.

Her local acting training is from Studio ACT, Berkeley REP Theatre School, and Shakespeare & Company.

Virginia was nominated by BroadwayWorld SF for Best Leading Actress in a Play for the role of Young Woman in Knives in Hens at Anton's Well Theater Company (2019). She is an artist in residence at Brava Theater and was recently granted a TBA Arts Leadership residency in partnership with AlterTheater. 

Perfume is another of her passions. 

She has studied Perfumery in Argentina, France, and in the US with natural perfumer and writer Mandy Aftel.

As an Entrepreneur in love with the beauty of natural ingredients, she created Nymph San Francisco, an all-natural personal care brand.

With a background in Communication Science at the University of Buenos Aires (Argentina), Virginia has worked as a Journalist and Editor writing for Harper's Bazaar Argentina magazine and several blogs about selective Perfumery.

Virginia also is a traveler, a Flamenco dance enthusiast, and a compulsive picture taker.

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