Victoria is an actress, presenter, dancer, model, singer and performing arts school owner/teacher. She is a Royal Academy of Dramatic Art Shakespeare medallist and received the Simon Eilbeck Award for Music & Drama. Victoria studied Monologue training at Stella Adler Academy of Acting and Meisner Academy in Hollywood. Her day jobs are teaching acting at one of Wales’ top TV/Film Casting Agencies and running her own Performing Arts School with two successful branches in different areas. Last year, Victoria was honoured to receive the award for "Young Business Person of the Year" alongside the "Training & Development" award given by the International Achievers Awards organisation. Victoria is featured in BBC’s ‘DR.WHO’ (Mummy on the Orient Express and Robot of Sherwood), 'Sherlock' (Evil Nurse) and has the lead role as Steph in “Whovians”. Victoria has recorded and aired voice overs for six BBC2 documentaries. Victoria has presented FASHION TV, London Fashion week and Haute Couture. Other work includes “Demons Never Die”, Cadbury’s and Western Power advertisements. As a singer, she has performed alongside Blue, Atomic Kitten, Petula Clark, broadcasting worldwide and is currently in the final stages of finishing an album recorded with her sister. Victoria is Miss British Empire 2012/13. Christmas 2017, Victoria was cast in the role of Prince Charming for the pantomime ‘Cinderella’ directed by Owen Money at the Congress Theatre, Cwmbran and she thoroughly enjoyed it. This month, Victoria has been chosen as the cover girl for the next issue of "International Face" magazine along with inside interview spread, to be published this June.