Victoria is ranked #46 in the "100 Hottest Brunettes of AIM".
Victoria has taped a half hour comedy called Pauley and Marie for Black Orchid Entertaiment.
She will play Rebbeca McCaw.
Victoria will be having a book tour for her book, The Women Who Raised Me. The tour star in April and goes thru May 2007.
Please check her offical website for more info.
Victoria has pulled out of getting anymore NAACP Image awards. She wants to let other people get the chance.
Look for Victoria on Soap Talk 4/27/06.
Victoria will celebrate National Foster Care month in May.
Victoria will tape the NAACP Image Awards on 2/25/06. They will air in March on Fox.
Victoria is nominated again for an NAACP Image award! The show will air 3/3/06 on fox.
Victoria wore her own jewelry on The Young & The Restless.
Victoria was in Foster Care for 18 years.
Victoria shot Diagnosis Murder in the afternoons.
In Death In The Daytime, an episode of Diagnosis Murder, Victoria played two roles - Amanda Bentley and Dru Winters.
This episode was shot on both Y & R sound stages.
Both of Victoria's children have appeared on Diagnosis Murder. Her son Jasper played CJ, while her daugther, Mya, appeared in Food Fight.
Victoria got CBS and Sony to let her do a foster care storyline for The Young & The Restless.
Victoria nominated as national Angel by CCAI (Congressional Coalition On Adoption Institute)
Look for Victoria in Fearless Women. The book shows her at 40, celebrating life.
The picture of Victoria seen here is from the 2nd Y & R wedding.
Victoria got to pick the wedding dress for the photo.
Victoria is working on a book The women who raised me. The book took 5 years to write.
Victoria: I hope in the future, daytime will consider more Hispanic, Asian, and black actors, directors, and producers to participate in this rich performance arena...to give shows a true depiction of what the world really looks like.
Victoria (on rumors that she left Y&R due to a lack of a pre-Emmy nomination): It wasn't the reason there were other contributing factors, but it was the catalyst. Clearly, the voting system is contaminated. Other actors were left off of the ballot as well that deserved to be included. My peers on other programs were in effect denied the opportunity to vote for work based on merit rather than "in-house" popularity. TV Guide and The Los Angeles Times hav ewritten smart articles about daytime voting. The Emmy, which is the highest televised recognition, translates into advertising dollars, I would think. What I don't understnad is when a corporation does not intercept the practice of a voting system that helps a company lose. My recommentation: that the voting system be responsibly redesigned.
Victoria Rowell (her favourite designers): I love Leona Edmiston. She happens to be Australian, and her showroom is in LA. I wear a lot of her stuff. The fashion people in Australia will be familiar with her. She has beautiful things.
Victoria Rowell (on visiting Australia): I'm waiting for the invitation! I would love to go there. I have two shows that have screened there - Y&R, of course, and Diagnosis Murder. It's ridiculous that I don't go! There is a popular skin care company there called 'Ultraceuticals'. I use their products, and they were trying to figure a way to work with me down there.
Victoria Rowell (her number one passion): Working and being artistic, and part of that is remaining in the game and trying to cultivate your art. So, cultivating your art means travelling to Australia! [Laughs]
Victoria Rowell (on the foundation she set up for foster-children): All the information is on my website, www.rowellfosterchildren.org. Coming up, I'm putting together an art tour with Manuela Nelson, who is the wife of Prince. We are going to collaborate on foster care and children's art. I do a lot of collaboration throughout the year with different celebrities.
Victoria Rowell (on sharing scenes with Michelle Stafford on Y&R): We have great on-screen chemistry. Unfortunately, the writers aren't writing us together. I don't think Michelle wants to do comedic scenes. I will say this in her defence. When you put the energy that we put into something, and there's no category supporting it at the Daytime Emmys - a comedy category, which we would win hands down - maybe it's not pushing her in the direction she wants Phyllis to go in. I love working with her and I continue to ask for those scenes.
Victoria Rowell (on socialising with people from the Y&R cast): I come to work to work. I have enough friends. I don't socialise with people I work with, typically. I do Daytime and I'm always on to something else. I'm not into wasting everyone else's time, and I don't like my time wasted. We are here briefly on this earth trying to make the most of it!
Victoria Rowell: My kids gave me my first childhood.