Victoria is personality in motion. Her characters sparkle with dynamic energy. Just when you think you've seen where this actress can go... she takes you in another direction. Whether playing a hitwoman or a seductress, you can count on Victoria to keep your rapt attention!
Presently Victoria can be seen in Mixed Company Troupe's startling piece, Dinner of the Living Dead. Playing a brute of a woman, you might be surprised how scarey this gal can get!
Known for her exceptional improv technique, where she studied at performing arts at Oakland Community College, this skill really kicks in when volunteer performers in MCT productions occasionally veer off-script. Trained also with Purple Rose Theatre, of Chelsea, Victoria knows her way about the stage.
Victoria has played Lady Green in Blackbird Theatre's For Colored Girls who Considered Suicide When the Rainbow is Enuf, Edna in Detroit Rep's Light Sensitive, the lead role in Wake Up and Smell the Coffee, and several other plays. Victoria's film work includes appearances on PBS and work with renowned actor/director, David Schwimmer.
When she isn't acting, look for Victoria mountain biking, dancing, roller-blading, or just singing up a storm. And did we mention her cooking? This gal has it all.