Justina Machado stars in "Queen of the South" on USA Network as Brenda Parra, Teresa Mendoza's (Alice Braga) closest friend.

Justina Machado is best remembered as Vanessa Diaz in HBO's critically acclaimed, award-winning series "Six Feet Under." Machado also starred in CBS's "Three Rivers" as Pam Acosta and appeared in "Grey's Anatomy" and the television film, "Pedro."

Machado was seen in the feature films "The Accidental Husband," opposite Uma Thurman, and "In the Electric Mist with Confederate Soldiers" as Tommy Lee Jones' law enforcement partner. Her other film credits include the features "Full Frontal," "She's So Lovely" and "Torque," opposite Ice Cube.

Machado started acting after graduating from high school and performed on stage at the Latino Chicago Theater. Recently, she starred in Neil Labutte's "Some Girls" at the Geffen Theater in Los Angeles and her other stage credits include "Blade to the Heat" at the Mark Taper Forum and "Black Butterfly." Most recently, she appeared at the Golden Gate Theater in San Francisco in "Mambo Kings" opposite Esai Morales, where she was able to showcase her dancing and singing skills.

Born and raised in Chicago as the eldest of five children in a family of Puerto Rican descent, Machado currently resides in Los Angeles.


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Age: 45 years old
Birthday: September 6, 1972
Height: 5' 2"
Birthplace: Chicago, IL
Current Residence: Los Angeles, CA

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