On July 4th, 1995 a little bundle of talent was brought into this world weighing only 1lb 12oz. She was born premature, and spent more than 3 months in Toronto’s Mount Sinai hospital fighting for her survival.
At the young age of two, Victoria began singing melodies well beyond her years. At the age of 7 she began taking classes in dance and the performing arts, it wasn’t long after that, that Victoria started taking vocal lessons to train her already talented voice. Her interest in acting also developed so she enrolled in acting and improv classes. With a passion for musical theatre Victoria has performed in countless stage productions including playing Dorothy in The Wiz, Mulan in Mulan, The Mayors Wife in Seussical the Musical, Step sister in Cinderella the Musical, Sharpay in High School Musical and this May she will tackle the roll of Judas in Godspell. She was also an honour roll student at a performing arts high school in an elite drama program.
Victoria also enjoys sports and music. She participated on school teams such as soccer, volleyball and basketball. She also enjoys playing guitar, piano and drums. At the tender age of 12 she became the lead singer of a band called "Crimson" and then joined with the classic rock group Rock Candy and toured the GTA performing at various venues. Her first professional acting experience was performing with The Second City at the Just for Laugh's Festival.
In 2009 she signed with AMI Talent Management in Toronto. In September 2011 Victoria had the honour of working with Canadian comedy legend Martin Short in "I Martin Short Goes Home". In 2012 she became a full member of Actra and looks forward to working in Movies, TV, Commercials and Musical Theatre.
For booking information contact Stephanie Nakamura at AMI Talent Management, Toronto.