Born to a humble and supportive family hailing from Long Island, New York, Victoria started her journey into acting through dance. She had spent a good portion of her teen years and early adulthood as a writer and a dancer. In her early twenties she followed her dream of becoming a professional Belly Dancer, performing throughout the Tri-State area to Hawaii using her creativity and passion for Middle Eastern & Cultural dance styles. She also has a flair and love for the Latin dances such at Salsa, Bachata, Merengue, and Zouk.
 

Victoria has been a part of several Theater productions, working with Ivy Lane Players from Levittown, NY. Shows including but not limited to Miranda, written by Peter Blackmore and directed by Henry Brewer as the part of Isobel, the business woman engaged to an artist. An original play written by Grayson J. Paulblatt and directed by Cailin Kless as Aphrodite, the judge in the Court of Love. Also appearing in Analyzing Kirsty, an original play written by Kristin Smith-O'Neill as friend and rival to Kirsty, Samantha. 
 

However, her deepest joys and passionate influences come in the form of film. Several lead roles amongst the New York and Long Island community, notably as the lead actress in the film Moments by directed  and script written by Maria Sawoch Filippone based off of the written short story by Larry Maltin. As Rose in Rose has her Thorns by Grappling Pictures, Tina in Life $avings by Grappling Pictures, and as Sarah in the film Sarah written and directed by Silas Ud'ee which is now available on Amazon. Victoria has also appeared in The Johns Bar and Drop the Hammer by 2 Bad Films Production written by Tim Berg and directed by Michael Berg which has won awards for Best Ensemble. 

 

Victoria has also done voice over work for the United Breast Cancer Foundation where her voice was used for a PSA. Played at the Indy5000 as well at the Green Bay Packers game.

Victoria is known for her charismatic and bright personality, as well as her keen intellect on several areas of philosophy and deep strength that she has acquired through her experiences. She imbues her characters with a sense of deep appreciation for the human experience and love for all humanity and creatures abound. Her love for connection, community, and love is present in all that she wishes to accomplish in the film industry.

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