Mônica Steuer is an internationally renowned actress who has worked in several countries including the USA, Mexico, Scotland, Peru and Puerto Rico.
She graduated from the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in NYC, receiving the Charles Jehlinger Award for Best Actress and the Grace Kelly scholarship.
In the USA her stage work includes plays from such well-know authors as Christopher Marlowe, Calderón de la Barca, Anton Chekhov, Federico García Lorca, George Bernard Shaw; among many others.
On film, she has shared the screen with Arnold Schwarzenegger, John Leguizamo, Harvey Keitel and most recently with Gina Rodríguez, Ana Ortiz and Lin-Manuel Miranda, where she had the pleasure to co-star alongside with him.
Her leading role in the award winning comedy Destiny Has No Favorites, shot in Peru, earned her the ‘Golden Paoa Award’ for Best Actress at the Viña del Mar International Film festival in Chile. Destiny was screened in several film festivals around the world, including the acclaimed Cannes Film Festival in France.
Shut Up and Do it! and The Position, films where she also played the female lead, both earned best film awards. The first was elected ‘Best Indie Film’ by the American Latino TV Awards and the latter won ‘Best Short’ at The Big Apple Film Festival.
On television, she has guest-starred on “Law & Order: SVU” alongside Mariska Hargitay and Christopher Meloni and she was a series regular on the webseries “Haute & Bothered” on teen.com
As a voiceover artist she has been extremely successful. Fluent in English, Latin American Spanish, Brazilian Portuguese and basic French, she has recorded numerous commercials, industrials, audiobooks and educational tapes, as well as having done looping and dubbing for many different types of media. She can always be heard on the radio and on TV in a variety of spots and for the past 9 years she has been the voice for MACYS in Spanish.
Most recently, she completed a critically-acclaimed run starring in the Boundless Theatre Company production of the Octavio Solís play Prospect, which took place at the 64 East 4th Street Theater in New York.
For more information, visit www.monicasteuer.com.