Viictoria Summer
Currently Appearing in:

Next movie ‘Out of the Burning Blue’ to be released in 2015.

Recent Work:

Most recent films: Transformers 4 and Saving Mr Banks.

Born in Reading, Berkshire and raised in the small town of Wokingham, Berkshire, Victoria was involved in the arts from the young age of three, performing pantomimes and singing in her church choir. She lived in the English countryside until she was a teenager, participating in local theatre productions, including starring as ‘Nancy’ in the musical Oliver, and ‘Trixie’ in Daisy Pulls It Off. Always a hard worker, Victoria held various odd jobs around town, including washing hair at the local salon and working at a gym. Every dime she made went back into perfecting her craft; paying for her singing and dancing lessons.

Victoria landed a scholarship to train at the Arts Educational Schools in Chiswick, West London. She remained there for three years to obtain an honors degree in Dance and Musical Theatre. In her last year of school she landed her first official job in the arts at the prestigious Almeida Theatre in London, as the understudy of the lead role in their first ever musical: Brighton Rock [directed by Michael Attenborough]. For several years she worked in the musical theatre world in London, before deciding to pursue a film and television career in Los Angeles. !

When Victoria arrived in Los Angeles in 2012, she had two suitcases with all of her belongings inside, and knew one person. A self-proclaimed adventurer and workaholic, she was passionate and dedicated to pursuing her dream of being an actress. With not much money in her pocket, she found a nanny gig and started personal training on the side to make ends meet, while navigating the world of auditioning in LA. Luckily, she landed the first audition she went on, starring as ‘Kristina’ in the indie musical HOW SWEET IT IS [2013] opposite Erika Christensen. Next up, her indie bookings continued appearing as ‘Polina‘ in the sci-fi film HIGHER MISSION [2013] opposite Casper Van Dien.