Celebrities with last name: Vera

Posted Jul 12, 2012
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  1. Sonia Vera
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    Sonia Vera

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  2. Agustina Vera
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    Agustina Vera

    1,049 views

  3. Monica Vera
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    Monica Vera

    390 views

    Monica Vera is a Spanish pornographic actress.


  4. Emmanuelle Vera
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    Emmanuelle Vera

    373 views

    Emmanuelle Vera (born November 17, 1994) is a Filipino American singer-songwriter, and actress.


  5. Billy Vera
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    Billy Vera

    465 views

    Billy Vera (born William Patrick McCord, May 28, 1944) is an American singer, songwriter, actor, author and music historian. He was a singer and songwriter since the 1960s, his most successful record coming with "At This Moment", a US number 1 hit in 1987. He continues to perform with his group Billy & The Beaters.


  6. Brandon Vera
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    Brandon Vera

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    Brandon Michael Vera (born October 10, 1977) is a Filipino-American mixed martial artist currently signed with ONE FC. A professional competitor since 2002, he has formerly competed for the UFC and the WEC. Vera is the former WEC 13 Heavyweight Grand Prix Champion.


  7. Veronica Vera
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    Veronica Vera

    247 views

    Veronica Vera is an American human sexuality writer and actress. She is best known for the films Times Square Comes Alive, Gerard Damiano's Consenting Adults, Mondo New York, and Rites of Passion, as well as her work with photographer Robert Mapplethorpe.


  8. Joey Vera
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    Joey Vera

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    Joey Vera (born April 24, 1963) is an American heavy metal bassist who is known as a member of the heavy metal band Armored Saint and the progressive metal band Fates Warning. In 2004-2005 he replaced Frank Bello in Anthrax as the band's bassist, but did not record with them. He was also a member of Engine, recorded with Tribe After Tribe, and appears on the OSI album Free. His first solo album, A Thousand Faces, was released in 1994. His current solo project, A Chinese Firedrill, released an album titled Circles in 2007.


  9. Poncho Vera
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    Poncho Vera

    64 views

  10. Julia Vera
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    Julia Vera

    38 views

  11. Maria Alejandra Vera
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    Maria Alejandra Vera

    34 views

  12. Yajaira Vera
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    Yajaira Vera

    29 views

    Yajaira Cristina Vera Roldán (born April 3, 1964 in Caracas, Venezuela) is Miss Venezuela 1988. She represented her country in Miss Universe 1988 placing as one of the 10 semifinalists and won the very first Miss Globe International pageant in 1988.


  13. María Teresa Vera
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    María Teresa Vera

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    María Teresa Vera (Guanajay, February 6, 1895 – Havana, December 17, 1965) was a Cuban singer, guitarist and composer. She was an outstanding example of the Cuban trova movement.


  14. Gerardo Vera
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    Gerardo Vera

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    Gerardo Vera Perales (Miraflores de la Sierra, Madrid, 10 March 1947) is a Spanish costume and set designer, opera director, actor, film and theatre director.


  15. María Elizabeth Vera
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    María Elizabeth Vera

    11 views

    María Elizabeth Vera (born January 31, 1982, in Buenos Aires, Argentina), professionally known as Lissa Vera, is an Argentine singer-songwriter, composer and actress. She is best known for being a member of Argentine all-female band Bandana. In 2007, she participated in reality show Gran Hermano.


  16. Santiago de Vera
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    Santiago de Vera

    9 views

  17. Pedro González Vera
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    Pedro González Vera

    9 views

    Pedro Alejandro González Vera (born 17 October 1967 in Valdivia) is a Chilean football player nicknamed "Heidi". With 212 goals, he is the second highest scorer in the history of Chilean football after Francisco "Chamaco" Valdés, who has 215 official goals.


  18. Yvonne Vera
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    Yvonne Vera

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    Yvonne Vera (September 19, 1964 – April 7, 2005) was an award-winning author from Zimbabwe. Her novels are known for their poetic prose, difficult subject-matter, and their strong women characters, and are firmly rooted in Zimbabwe's difficult past. For these reasons, she has been widely studied and appreciated by those studying postcolonial African literature.


  19. José Santos González Vera
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    José Santos González Vera

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    José Santos González Vera (1897–1970) was a Chilean writer. He won the Chilean National Prize for Literature in 1950.


  20. Alfonso Vera
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    Alfonso Vera

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    Alfonso "Poncho" Vera is a radiohost in Mexico, he's also made a name by himself among Mexican television. Poncho studied Communication Sciences at the Universidad Intercontinental and when he started working in 1994, he worked at a cellphones company, helping in the internal communication areas, marketing and publicity. He currently works for ESPN Latin America and ESPN Deportes.


  21. Helio Vera
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    Helio Vera

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    Helio Vera was a Paraguayan writer, lawyer and journalist. He was columnist of the ABC Color Journal of Asunción and published many stories and novels in his entire career.


  22. Eusebio Guilarte Vera
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    Eusebio Guilarte Vera

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    Eusebio Guilarte Vera (15 October 1805 – 11 June 1849) was a Bolivian politician who served briefly as President of Bolivia from 1847-1848. A career military officer (not an uncommon choice at the time), Guilarte had combatted under Santa Cruz at Zepita, and also in the battles of the Confederation (Yanacocha and Uchumayo, among others). He had been José Ballivián's deputy aide at the Battle of Ingavi, for which he was rewarded as Ambassador to Brazil. Later, the President recalled Guilarte and appointed him a member of the powerful Council of State. Unable to sustain himself in power in light of the vast conspiracies of Manuel Belzu, Ballivián chose to leave the country and in late 1847 turned over power to General Guilarte as head of the Council of State. The fact is that by then the die was cast, as Belzu and his supporters were closing in on the capital. Guilarte's investiture simply provided cover for the President to get away while he could. Guilarte attempted to reach an understanding with the rebels, but was overthrown by Belzu in less than 2 weeks. Allowed to live under house arrest in internal exile at the Pacific port of Cobija, Litoral, Guilarte caught an illness and died less than 2 years later, in 1849.


  23. Victoria Vera
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    Victoria Vera

    9 views

  24. Carlos Vera
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    Carlos Vera

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    Carlos Alfredo Vera Rodríguez (born June 25, 1976) is an Ecuadorian football referee. He has been an international referee since 2006. He has officiated matches in the Copa Libertadores, Copa Sudamericana, FIFA World Cup qualifiers and the South American Youth Championship. He was selected as a referee for the 2011 Copa América in Argentina. In addition, he was appointed by FIFA to take charge of matches at 2012 FIFA Club World Cup.


  25. Jenaro Gajardo Vera
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    Jenaro Gajardo Vera

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    Jenaro Gajardo Vera (Traiguén, Malleco Province, Chile, November 18, 1919 - Santo Domingo, San Antonio Province, Chile, May 3, 1998) was a Chilean lawyer, painter and poet. He became famous for his 1953 claim of ownership of the Moon.


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