Victoria is a native of Salt Lake City, UT, where she fell in love with entertainment at age 11. She went on to major in Musical Theatre at the University of Northern Colorado, spent 15 years in New York City as a Broadway actress and 7 years in Los Angeles producing and acting in films. In 2022 she received her MFA in Musical Theatre from San Diego State University and turned her mind to using her expertise to help students of musical theatre.
Victoria was last seen on Broadway as the girlfriend of Elvis (and the only woman onstage), the sultry Dyanne in MILLION DOLLAR QUARTET. She is also known for belting her face off as the iconic Elphaba in the Broadway smash WICKED. She can be heard on the Original Cast Album of the Off-Broadway hit THE MARVELOUS WONDERETTES, playing the mean and beautiful Cindy Lou. She's been honored to work with such illustrious names as Hal Prince, Jack O'Brien, Jerry Mitchell and Frank Wildhorn. She's been featured in numerous workshops of exciting new works, including Broadway's SCANDALOUS, written by The Today Show's Kathie Lee Gifford. She's headlined in numerous cabarets and concerts, including singing with the San Diego Symphony in their new venue, the Rady Shell, and belted out the national anthem in front of the Green Monster in Fenway Park.
She has appeared in many regional productions around the country, most recently headlining on the Las Vegas strip, reprising her role of Dyanne in the Broadway show MILLION DOLLAR QUARTET. She’s continued her acting career on the screen, appearing on CBS’s soap opera AS THE WORLD TURNS, and in the 2004 film THE STEPFORD WIVES as well as several short films. She also once ran away with the circus.
Victoria is proud to be a producer of the romantic film LOVE MEET HOPE, where she had a supporting role, designed costumes, and wrote and sang the song "Reality Can be a Dream" for the closing credits. Look for her on Amazon Prime, starring in the psychological thriller THE VOICES, which she also produced.
Victoria is continuing her musical theatre career by writing a full-length musical called THE DROPOUT, which won an award and received rave reviews at the San Diego International Fringe Festival in 2022. See some viral clips of the show on TikTok.