"The writer in me says [Cordé] served her literary function and there really is no need for her to continue after that. However, the actress in me says 'Hold on. Had Cordé not done her duty, there would be no Padmé, no flirting with Anakin, no Luke, and no Darth Vader! There would be no saga!'"
―Verónica Segura[src]

Verónica Segura is a Mexican actress who played the handmaiden Cordé in Star Wars: Episode II Attack of the Clones.

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Segura was born in Mexico City, but she later moved to Texas, graduating from Southwest Texas State University in 1997, and then to New York City, where she studied in the Atlantic Theater Company.

Besides Attack of the Clones, she has appeared in such films as Tribe, Subterano, Dame tu Cuerpo, Club Dread, and A Proposito de Alexa.

From 2006 to 2008, she was a regular columnist for the Mexican edition of Playboy magazine. In 2009, she was awarded a Masters Degree in Creative Writing from Casa Lamm in Mexico City.

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