TDQ: You were born in Mexico City but grew up in Toronto. We’ve thought for years that Canadian women are hands down the most beautiful women in the world. Is it the food? The climate? How is it that every single woman from Canada is so stunningly beautiful?
Top Computer Scientists on The Daily Quarterly payroll have come up with their own translation of Veronika London's binary code tattoo.
London: I was born in Mexico. I’m half Mexican and French. If anything I should thank my parents for having good genes. As far as the food and climate playing nice with my image- well… I’m not a fan of cold weather and boxing is my best friend in keeping me in shape. I feel the most random food craving all hours of the day or night- like blocks of cheese drenched in peanut butter and sticks of butter dipped in sugar. I’m also addicted to pizza with pineapple and loads of cheese and meat, meat, meat.
TDQ: What project are you currently working on?
London: Wrapping up an Indie Film, “Lady of the Night” and will start shooting “The Big Smoke” later this month.
In this week’s TDQ Q&A, we speak to actress and model Veronika London. Veronika talks to us about her tattoo inked in binary code, how well her instincts have served her in her career and her interesting food cravings. Here is this week’s TDQ Q&A with Veronika London:
The Daily Quarterly: What made you want to be in show business?
Veronika London: Love and lack of attention – A few years ago I was in love and in a relationship with an animator who was at times was more fascinated to check out the girls in Maxim magazine and watch beautiful actresses. I decided to become that “girl.” Needless to say that relationship didn’t work out. Turns out he liked fantasizing about these women but didn’t actually want to be with one.