A dynamic and versatile actress originally from Redondo Beach, Victoria spent much of her childhood in San Diego an avid fan of the world of Harry Potter and theater, before finding her way back up north to the creative confines of Los Angeles. Equally comfortable both on stage and in front of the camera, Victoria has portrayed a wide range of characters, but especially loved the roles of Maureen (in the stage production of Rent at the Lyceum Theater in San Diego) and Mia in the popular webseries The Neighborhood. She won the NYT Outstanding Supporting Actress award for her role as Abigail Williams in OnStage Playhouse's The Crucible. She can be seen in feature films, like Big Bear Horror Fest Audience Choice winner, Victorville Massacre, and was found both in front of and behind the camera (as Production Manager) for the comedy, Hollywood Roadtrip. Some of her newer projects include A Life Lived with Denise Richards, The Story So Far, and the realization of a life-long dream to work with puppets in All Sewn Up (working title). She was also thrilled to earn a role in Quentin Tarantino's newest much talked about goliath, Once Upon A Time In Hollywood.