Victoria Bullock was born in North Yorkshire but grew up in Oman. After studying acting at Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts in London she moved to Los Angeles.
She writes messy, realistic female characters who are on a mission to define who they are, with a side of identity politics and sapphic representation mixed in.
Victoria is a winner in WeScreenplay's Diverse Voices Lab and and a finalist for Trackingb's Original TV Pilot competition. She has previously been a second rounder for the Sundance Episodic Lab.
She is a proud member of ‘Virginia’s Wolves’, an all-female professional writing group, a SAG/AFTRA member and a member of the PGA.
She’s produced films such as TRAFFIK starring Paula Patton and THE INTRUDER starring Dennis Quaid. She is the writer and producer for the Industry Wide harassment training for all the major studios – garnering praise from Times up and the Anita Hill Hollywood Commission.
Through her production company LoveDog Productions, she is currently in development on 'The Corporation' the true life story of the Cuban Godfather, Jose Miguel Battle, and 'The Last Kilo' the life story of legendary Cuban drug smuggler Willy Falcon.
In her spare time she volunteers for MPTF where she runs the memoir writing group, The Grey Quill Society, for residents. They've just published their 4th review.
On a personal level, she's happily married to her lovely wife and they have far too many dogs (5, thanks for asking).