Valeria Vegas has a degree in Audiovisual Communication. Since 2015 she is a columnist and writes for various Spanish media such as Vanity Fair, Shangay, Candy, Lecturas …
Co-scriptwriter with Los Javis of the series “Veneno”, she is the author of four books ‘’ Great Actresses of Spanish Cinema ‘’, ‘’ Ni puta ni santa. The memories of La Veneno‘’, ‘’Dressed in blue. Social and cinematographic analysis of the transsexual woman in the years of the Spanish Transition ‘‘, and her book, ” Liberate”, gathers the history of the LGBTQ culture that made its way in Spain. In 2023 she published her first fiction novel “Actriz de Reparto”
She has directed the documentary ‘’ Manolita, La Chen de Arcos‘’, awarded as the best Spanish documentary at LesGaiCineMad 2016, which collects the testimony and experiences of the first transsexual mother she was able to adopt in Spain. She has been part of the Canal Sur program, ‘’ El Legado ‘’, destined to remember artists of yesteryear, as well as in the inclusive Tinder spot on World Pride. She has also served as a talk show host in various colloquia, among which are “The Welfare Congress”, of Cadena SER; the exhibition ‘’ Trash Culture ‘’ at La Térmica de Málaga; or the Rizoma Festival in Madrid.
Since January 2020, she has collaborated weekly in Cadena Ser’s radio program ‘’ A vive Madrid ‘’, hosted by Macarena Berlin, in which she interviews different artists on the national scene.
On television, she currently collaborates in the morning magazine ‘’ La hora de la 1‘’ on TVE, and the Canal Sur program ‘’ A year of your life ‘’, presented by Toñi Moreno. She is one of The Body Shop’s ambassadors for their “Self Love Uprising” campaign.