Victoria first appeared on the Colony stage corsetted and bewigged once again as the Divine Sarah (Bernhardt) in The Ladies of the Camellias, a role she originated at the West End Playhouse. "To be in any production penned or directed by Ms. Groag is an actors' dream." Victoria is also a fine artist, and was recently featured along with her award-winning paintings in the prestigious American Artist Magazine.
Victoria is a founding member of the "Groundlings," the oldest improvisational theatre in L.A. She left after several years to build her own theatre--The West End Playhouse-- with her husband Michael Bell, where she produced, wrote, and performed in many successful and award-winning productions. Victoria has been the recipient of several Drama-Logue awards, and an L.A. Drama Critics' Circle award.
She has guest-starred in
over 100 television shows and has appeared as a regular on several hit
television series. Her film credits include the classic My Fair Lady,
and the not-so-classic Nightmare in Wax.