Vanessa Verduga
Vanessa Verduga

Vanessa Verduga is an American multilingual actress, writer, director, producer, singer and attorney committed to examining social issues for their impact on the underprivileged and disenfranchised. She's the creator and star of the comedy-drama web series “Justice Woman”, which follows the story of an Assistant District Attorney, by day, who becomes a masked defender of truth and justice at night. Vanessa is also producing “H.O.M.E.”, a feature film that examines the loss of communication told through the immigrant’s perspective, and is in pre-production for a comedy feature film she wrote and will star in entitled “The Implications of Cohabitation.”

July 1, 2013

Devious Maids Review: A Brilliant and Delicious Deviousness

The new Eva Longoria-produced Lifetime series is the antithesis to American comedy. And here's why you'll love it.

June 27, 2013

'Devious Maids' TV Show Review: It Isn't Offensive — Pure and Simple

Is it just me or are we being asked to hate Eva Longoria's show "Devious Maids" because of its supposed Latina stereotypes? I hope she brushes off the unwarranted criticism and keeps on fighting.
May 17, 2013

'Devious Maids' TV Show: Will Eva Longoria's Lifetime Program Perpetuate Latina Stereotypes?

Will the Eva Longoria-produced show, "Devious Maids" be just another bad example of what happens when a white male in a white male-dominated Hollywood writes our stories?
May 16, 2013

Gun Control 2013: The Quickest Way to Gun Safety Is Gun Education

A followup to "Gun Control 2013: The Debate Isn't About Guns, But Who's Holding Them," which was originally titled "In Guns We Trust."
May 14, 2013

Gun Control 2013: The Debate Isn't About Guns, But Who's Holding Them

Whether you put your faith in the Second Amendment's "well-regulated militia" or the federal government's role in dissolving them, you are putting your faith in guns. Or rather: in guns we trust.