Victoria was attending Hunter College in New York when she decided to drop out and concentrate on her acting career. In 2006, she began attending Los Angeles City College to earn her Bachelor's Degree.
Victoria has eight siblings.
Victoria is a skilled dancer, trained in tap, ballet, swing, jazz, and African dance.
Victoria's hobbies include dancing, hiking, and cooking.
At the age of 8, Victoria was bit by the acting bug after attending an acting class with her older sister.
Victoria has appeared in television commercials for McDonald's, Pringles, Captain Morgan's Rum, and Chase Manhattan Bank.
Victoria is 5'7" with brown hair and brown eyes.
Victoria has been nominated for 2 NAACP Awards. In 2006, for her work in the play Opening Doors and in 2007 for the play Hope Runs Eternal.
Victoria is represented professionally by Underwood Media Associates Worldwide.
Victoria is Project Coordinator for the Tilford Art Group in California. The gallery, which opened in 2003, is run by her husband Terrell.
Victoria admits that she's always been fascinated by actress Josephine Baker. In 1998, she played the late actress in the HBO Original Film Winchell.
Victoria's theater credits include:
- Ain't Misbehavin'
- Jelly's Last Jam
- Betsy Brown
Victoria: Do I have an aversion to being nude or showing my body, no, if it is part of the story. As far as pictures, no, not really. I love being sexy, I love sexy clothes, I like looking sexy, but I don't need to look sexy for the world. I need to look sexy for my husband.
Victoria: I prefer being called an actor. Only because, and I know people are like 'blah blah,' but you don't call a female doctor a doctress. You know?