Victoria Hogan has trained at the London Academy of Music & Dramatic Art, where she studied Shakespeare & classical theatre, as well as The Neighborhood Playhouse in New York City, where she studied Meisner by day and worked with musicians in a jazz bar by night. A love for comedy also took her through the ranks at the legendary Groundlings School in Los Angeles.
Extra proud stage credits include the original folk-musical sSISTERSs at the Walt Disney Concert Hall, Delusion directed by Jon Braver, and a long stint as Mia Wallace in Theatre Asylum’s Pulp Shakespeare. Proud television credits include roles on MTV & Comedy Central. Also, this one time she got cast on a Fox TV show and got her part cut.
A writer as well as an actor, Victoria has seen two of her plays produced on stage by both The Laguna Playhouse and The La Mirada Playhouse. Her book of published poetry, Babies: Or, The Talk I Had With Myself During a Psychotic Break Which Happened to Fall on My Birthday, February 22nd was released on Amazon in 2012.
Victoria made her Blood, Love & Rhetoric debut in October 2015 as Dockdaisy in The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui and played three parts in The Lark.
Anyone with happy fingers can check out Victoria Hogan’s website here.