Biography

Born on May 26th, 1984, Victoria was raised in Chelmsford, Essex.  She is the elder of two children.

Victoria’s passion and talent for performing developed whilst studying at New Hall secondary school where she won prizes for Dance, Drama and Singing and was awarded the Drama Scholarship for Sixth Form.  She was also involved in a local theatre youth group where she performed in musicals including Joseph, Annie, West Side Story, Oliver, The Boyfriend, The Wiz and Can Can.  Her performance in the lead role of Pistache in Can Can gained her a NODA award for Best Young Actress in East Anglia.

Victoria read Drama and English at Manchester University and then went on to train as an actress at  Drama Studio London, graduating in 2007.  Whilst a student in Manchester, Victoria performed in numerous productions, including new writing pieces, the hilarious ‘Allo ‘Allo and Tennessee Williams’ The Glass Menagerie at the Stephen Joseph Theatre, Assassins at the Palace Theatre and Little Shop of Horrors at the Dancehouse Theatre.

During her time at DSL (Drama Studio London) Victoria was fortunate enough to tackle some great parts, including Hedda Gabler, Mrs Marwood (The Way of The World), Saunders – the all-singing, all-dancing maid in Noel Coward’s Fallen Angels and believe it or not, Feste, a fat-suited Scottish dancing clown in Twelfth Night.

Since graduating, Victoria has played a variety of roles from Shakespearean to modern, to a Cockney Gal in Me and My Girl at The London Palladium to Principal Girl in Pantomime and Italian coquette in Venezia at Teatro San Gallo, Venice.