|Date of Birth||2 August 1959 , Miami, Florida, USA|
|Height||5' 6" (1.68 m)|
Mini Bio (1)
Victoria was raised in a Bible-believing, piano-playing, gymnastic home with no TV. Her dad was a gym coach, so she competed in gymnastics, from age 5 to age l8. Was a cheerleader, and a homecoming queen. Attended Florida Bible College; received gymnastic scholarship to Furman University, attended Auburn University one year and ended up in Hollywood, California via summer-stock in Alabama, where she met Johnny Crawford (of The Rifleman (1958) fame). Crawford put her in his night club act, and later sent her a one-way ticket to the show-biz capital. Supporting herself as a cigarette girl and as a typist at the American Cancer Society, and waitress at a retirement hotel, she performed stand-up comedy for 2 years until The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson (1962) put her act (which consisted of her doing a handstand while reciting poetry) on national TV. Following her 22 appearances with Johnny, she starred in many movies and TV shows, most notably, Saturday Night Live (1975). In l99l, she re-united with her high school sweetheart, married him, and moved to Florida, where he's a police helicopter pilot. As a mother of two, homemaking is her priority now, but she's always available to perform... if the price is right! She just recorded a children's album, called "Ukelele Lady", by Choo Choo Records, available in record stores now. She's compiling an album of her original songs, i.e. "I Am Not A Bimbo", and "Where Do You Draw the Line Between Love and Adultery?", to sell on the Internet. Recently, she has guest-starred on sitcoms, such as The Naked Truth (1993) and The 700 Club (1966).
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Anonymous
|Paul Wessel||(4 September 1992 - present) (1 child)|
|Nisan Evantoff||(5 August 1984 - 1990) (divorced) (1 child)|