She has made a series of exercise videos.
She is a co-author of several fitness books.
Victoria finds that the Mutant X crew, the producers, the staff and the cast are all great. She bonded immediately with John Shea (Adam), Victor Webster (Brennen), Lauren Lee Smith (Emma) and Forbes March (Jessie). The Mutant X team became a family unit as soon as they met.
The producers of the Sci-Fi series First Wave found out that Victoria was in Vancouver and brought her in to audition for their show
When the first season of "Once A Thief" ended Victoria flew to the Philippines to meet up with some friends who were shooting a movie called 'Legacy' in the capital city Manila. While she was in the air an Actress had to drop out of the movie due to scheduling conflicts. Victoria was cast to fill the role playing opposite, Rod Stieger, David Hasselhoff and Corin Nemec. Upon landing Victoria was whisked to Wardrobe, sure that there was some mistake - "I swear I'm just here for a holiday!"
Victoria took two years of classes before looking for an agent, but on her first dramatic audition ever she hit gold
She found her home in front of the camera.
She approached Robert Kennedy, publisher of MuscleMag, Oxygen, and American Health and Fitness. Her life was about to change. Robert knew a star when he saw one. He knew Victoria's larger than life personality combined with her killer smile, athletic physique and natural good looks, would sell his magazines. A few months later she was a Cover Girl.
After graduating Victoria took a job testing professional athletes in the University's performance lab, while she co-authored a book on fitness and body building. She tested professional athletes from the Toronto Maple Leafs, Winnipeg Jets and the San Jose Sharks.
While she was at York University, she felt too young for much of the partying, so she split her time between her books, track and field and her new found love of weight training.
She entered York University a year ahead of her age group
With her parents support she trained in the USA in the off-season to go head to head with world's best competitors.
She became a Provincial and then a National medallist in track and field, specializing in the hurdles.
She lived in a farmhouse on the edge of town she smeared her face in Vaseline for protection against the sub-zero temperatures in winters and ran the miles of open country roads at night.
In 2006, she was at the World Series of Poker
She divides her time between New Zealand, Los Angeles and Toronto.
She plays volleyball.
She appeared on the MUSCLEMAG magazine of May 1999, No.20, November 1998, No. 197 and Feb. 1998, No.188.
She appeared on the STARLOG magazine of February 2000, Vol. 271.
She appeared on the FHM magazine of July 2001, Iss. 13.
Her nickname is "Sarge." It was the name of her character on Cleopatra 2525.
In 2004, she was an Awards Presenter at the "2nd Annual SPACEYS Award" show presented by Canadian Science Fiction channel SPACE. She presented the award for "Favorite TV Character - Male."
Victoria is a blue belt in Shotokan karate and her favorite form of exercise is kickboxing.
Canadian Track & Field Championship 1990 Medal Winner.
She is left handed.
(speaking of the costumes on Cleopatra 2525)
Victoria: We are three strong women taking on enemies of the future. I don't think I could fight 20 mutants in chinos and button-down shirt. I have to be in my rubber pants.
Victoria Pratt: Cast changes are a hard thing. For two years, we had this little family. We weren't together when these changes were decided upon. It all happened during our hiatus.
(Speaking of Mutant X)
Victoria Pratt: I hate hearing about actors who don't like the show. There are so many actors out there who'd give their right arm for what I'm getting to do.
Victoria Pratt: I would be very happy doing movies. I love to work and I think I'm a little different.
(Speaking of the After 9/11)
Victoria: We stopped shooting for a couple of days and then tried to get back on track..
Reporter: If you had to live the rest of your life on a stranded island and you could bring 3 things with you, what would you bring?
Victoria Pratt: I'd take tequila, lime and a tiny umbrella.
Victoria Pratt: It's part of the job to compensate for outfit.
Victoria Pratt: I remember looking up to Lindsay Wagner, the Bionic Woman, and Linda Hamilton in Terminator 2, and thinking that's what women should look like.
Victoria Pratt: Acting isn't the be-all end-all. There are a lot of other things in my life that will bring me joy if I didn't act anymore
Victoria Pratt: Linda Hamilton is my hero. She was so tough and so strong and so vulnerable at the same time. I think that's what woman action figures are allowed to be: vulnerable, in a way that women are.
Reporter: So what's the deal with you and oyster bars? I heard to want to open one
Victoria Pratt: Yes, I definately want to do an oyster bar. It's because I worked in a fantastic oyster bar when I was in university and I moved out to LA and there just isn't one here, not with the same kind of vibe.
Victoria : I've been exercising all my life... I was a long sprinter. The ones that hurt!