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Veneno is an acclaimed Spanish biopic drama web television series created and directed by Javier Calvo and Javier Ambrossi. It is made as a single season of eight chapters which aired on Atresplayer Premium platform (Atresmedia) from 29 March to 25 October 2020. It is a biopic based on the book "¡Digo! Ni puta, ni santa. Las memorias de La Veneno" (2016) written by the journalist Valeria Vegas.

Due to the success of the series on Atresmedia, Veneno premiered internationally on HBO Max starting on November 19, 2020, and it was announced that it was also included in its Latin American catalog, starting July 2, 2021.

The series focuses on the life and death of the Spanish transgender showgirl, LGBT icon, singer and television personality Cristina Ortiz Rodríguez, better known by her nickname "La Veneno". This story tells the experiences of a struggling transgender woman, who achieved fame with television appearances in the 90s and conquered the audience with a unique vision of the world. The series also talks about the importance and relevance of mass media, how it can popularize or marginalize someone in just one second.

Cast

Character Original Actor Dub Actor
Cristina Ortiz Rodríguez "la Veneno" Older age Isabel Torres Eden Lane
30's Daniela Santiago Villena Nicky Endres
20's (transition) Jedet Sánchez Marcie Hobbs
Teenager Marcos Sotkovszki Casey Mongillo
Child Guille Márquez TBA
Valeria Vegas Lola Rodríguez Alexia Jasmene
Paca "the Piranha" present Paca la Piraña Tuesday Thomas
young age Desirée Rodríguez Delia Rawdon
Amparo Mariona Terés TBA
Pepe Navarro Israel Elejalde Henry Dittman
Faela Sáinz Lola Dueñas TBA
Machús Osinaga Ester Expósito Ali Graba
Mari Maite Sandoval Keri Tombazian
Lola (Valeria's mother) Goya Toledo TBA
Blanca (Valeria's teacher) Elvira Mínguez Paula Tiso
Angelo Petruzzelli Ciro Petrone Aaron Fors
Juani Ruiz present Juani Ruiz TBA
young age Ángela Ponce TBA
Rocío Laura Frenchkiss TBA
Sacha Alex Saint Natalie Nicole Dressel
Bienve Desireé Vogue Kayleigh McKee
Manola Ángeles Ortega Aurora Sexton
Cristina Onassis Sophia Lamar Julie Rei Goldstein
Fanny Lara Martorell Calypso Jetè
Carolina "from Vigo" Karen Hernández TBA
Tamara "la Gitana" (the gypsy) Candela Santiago Meli Grant
Zane Andrea García
Miguel Tamar Novas Nardeep Khurmi
Manolito Ceballos Adult Jorge Usón Adam Kulbersh
Teenage Omar Banana TBA
Child Santino Cassá TBA
María Jesús Rodríguez (La Veneno's mother) Mercedes León Jessica Gee
José Ortiz (La Veneno's father) José María Rico TBA
Mari Carmen Ortiz Rodríguez Adult Mona Martínez Marisilda Garcia
Teenage Ana Chamorro TBA
Paco Ortiz Rodríguez Adult Pepón Nieto Eric Curtis Johnson
Kid Manuel Salguero Tornay TBA
Mari Tere Ortíz Rodríguez adult Chos Corzo TBA
teenage Carmen Orellana TBA
child María Cortés not dubbed
Rafa Ortiz Rodríguez adult Rafa Castillo TBA
teenage Alejandro Villegas not dubbed
Rocío Ortiz Rodríguez adult Olalla Hernández TBA
baby Natalia Lara not dubbed
Gracia "La Sevillana" Inma Pérez-Quirós TBA
Alfonso Romero Carlos González JP Karliak
Tomas Eric Masip TBA
Charo Elena Martín TBA
Jaime Cantizano Ángel Garó David Michie
Sara Montiel Ana Milán TBA
Juan Antonio Canta Nacho Vigalondo Doug Erholtz
Anton Frames Juan Codina Bernardo De Paula
Mariola Topacio Fresh Lisa Fuson
Paco Cere Juan Muñoz Bill Salyers
Juanillo (Veneno's jail boyfriend) Kaydy Cain Isaac Robinson-Smith
Luis (Veneno's jail blackmailer) Vicente Vergara Neil Kaplan
Roberto (Veneno's jail blackmailer) Hugo Costa Brad Venable
Cebollina Andreu Castro TBA

Additional Voices

Credits

Trivia

  • For this project, VSI Los Angeles brought in an all-transgender cast to provide an accurate representation of the characters and their stories.

Special Thanks to

  • Marcie Hobbs & Alexia Jasmene for providing information about the cast.
  • Natalie Nicole Dressel & Julie Rei Goldstein for providing information about their characters.

Transmission via Streaming

Company Date Category Format Classification Country
HBO Max November 19, 2020
(Season 1)
HBO Max Original Digital 16+ United States
July 2, 2021

(Season 1)

Latin America

External Links

  • Veneno at the Internet Movie Database
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