About

 

Born in England and raised in The Sultanate of Oman, Victoria studied theatre practice at Stratford-upon-Avon College. She was then accepted at the prestigious Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts in London, where she earned a BA Hons in Acting. She worked with teachers and mentors such as Sheila Allen, Andrew Jarvis and Mike Leigh.  Victoria’s theatre work in London includes Charlotte Corday in ‘Marat/Sade’, Helena in ‘Midsummer Night’s Dream’ and Doreen in ‘The York Realist’ at Jackson’s Lane.   

 

After the Academy in London, she was selected for the Spotlight Showcase (for students who held both UK and USA citizenship) in New York, and with agent and manager offers in hand, she moved to Los Angeles where she was selected twice for the NBC Universal Showcase, and invited to study in Anthony Meindl’s Master Class. She is a proud member of SAG/AFTRA and Equity.    

 

In Los Angeles, Victoria has played lead and supporting roles in web series, features and short films, (that have gone on to be accepted and win awards in film festivals) voice over for animations, feature films and performed in several web commercials for brands such as Pantene, Garnier and The United Nations. 

 

In 2013, Victoria formed LoveDog Productions LLC with Los Angeles lawyer and business partner, Maria Rodriguez, with the goal of creating content that is unique and includes confident, strong female role models. Victoria wrote and produced LoveDog’s first project, ‘Anne and Jake’, in which she co-stars with Matt Dallas. ‘Anne and Jake' is currently available on YouTube. 

 

LoveDog recently produced a project in conjunction with the 7 major studios, creating an industry standard training video for all studio employees. 

With several projects in development through LoveDog, Victoria is also writing partners with Ephraim Salaam (ex NFL). They just completed their first feature, a relationship comedy with a twist, that is currently being packaged. 

Victoria has served as Associate Producer on several feature films, including ‘Traffik’, produced by Hidden Empire Film Group and distributed by Lionsgate, and the ‘The Intruder’ starring Dennis Quaid distributed by Sony Pictures & Screen Gems . 

 

When not working, Victoria spends her time volunteering at the Motion Picture Television Fund. She is the leader of The Grey Quill Society, a memoir writing group founded by Peter Dunne. They are contining to meet weekly, albeit on zoom right now. They just published their third review, which is a compilation of the members writing which can be purchased on Amazon! 

In addition, she produces a summer concert series for the MPTF residents, which is now approaching its 4th year.