Verónica Orozco

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Verónica Orozco Aristizábal
Born (1979-06-08) June 8, 1979 (age 38)
Bogotá, Colombia
Nationality Colombian
Occupation Actress, singer
Years active 1992–present

Verónica Orozco (born Verónica Orozco Aristizábal on June 8, 1979) is a Colombian actress and singer.

Private life[edit]

Orozco is the daughter of actor Luís Fernando Orozco and Carmenza Aristizábal Hoyos. She has two sisters, actress Ana María and Juliana.[1]

In January 2007, she married Colombian comedian Martín de Francisco in Villa de Leyva but the couple separated in April 2010 and divorced later the same year. The following year Orozco met psychologist Juan Sebastian Restrepo, and their daughter Violeta was born in 2012.[1]

Musical career[edit]

Orozco was a part of the Colombian TV musical show Okidoki, which led her to release three albums under the group name Okidoki in the early 1990s. In 2006 Orozco started her solo career, releasing the successful album Verónica Orozco. Her first single was "Las bragas", which had a lot of controversy around the lyrics suggesting lesbianism. Her second single was "Miénteme". It won an award for "Video del Año" (Video of the Year) at Los Premios Shock (Shock Awards). Her third single was "Descarada". She performed the song at Los Premios TV y Novelas and at one of the Nuestra Tierra 2007 concerts.

She also participated in the 2006 La Mega: Nuestra Tierra concerts, which showcased Colombian performers.

She later stated she would return to her music career and her second studio album was expected in mid-2009, but as of 2017 the only further release has been a one-off single "¿Dónde Está Mi Varón?" in 2016.


Year Title Role Notes
2001 Bogotá 2016 Cameo Cameo in the segment "La venus virtual"
2006 A Ton of Luck Dayana
2006 Bluff Rosmery, the death girl
2012 Sanandresito Fanny Correa

Television series[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1992 Oki Doki Vainilla
1998 La Madre Lucía Suarez
1999 Francisco el Matemático Magdalena Rivera
2000 Alicia en el País de las Mercancías Alicia Cardona First Protagonic Role
2001 Isabel me la Veló Isabel Vargas Second Protagonic Role
2002 La Lectora Laura Cervantes
2004 Las Noches de Luciana Katia Lopera
2007 El Elegido - Publicity commercial for TV starring by Verónica Orozco and Sebastian Martinez
2008 Los Protegidos Lina Santana
2010 A Corazón Abierto Dr. María Alejandra Rivas Cavalier Third and the most important and famous Protagonic Role
2015 Anónima Victoria Cuartas

Solo discography[edit]



  • "Las Bragas" (2006)
  • "Miénteme" (2007)
  • "Descarada" (2007)
  • "¿Dónde Está Mi Varón?" (2016)


  • Her song "Pasion Asesina" was included in the Colombian movie Soñar no Cuesta Nada (A Ton of Luck), in which she was featured, playing the role of the stripper Dayana.
  • Her song "Las Bragas" was featured on the soundtrack for the Mexican TV show S.O.S.: Sexo y otros Secretos.