Hello & welcome! My name is Victorya Ross (yes, that's really how it's spelled). At the very core of who I am is an artist who comes alive in all areas of performance. From dancing and singing, to acting, I've loved to entertain from a very young age. I started performing publicly at the age of 10, which often consisted of singing for the locals and tourists who'd flood downtown San Antonio, known as "Market Square". I am a proud Chicana (an American of Mexican origin or descent), who's been singing mariachi music, and dancing for over a decade. I recently graduated from an acting conservatory to study film and stage, and be a part of multiple poroductiuons. From playing the flirtatious and fun youngest Bennet sister Lydia in "Miss Bennet: Christmas at Pemberley", to Cha Cha DiGregorio in "Grease", I've had thew opportunity to grow my skills as an actor (both solo, and ensemble work), singer and dancer.
Victorya received a Bachelor of Arts in Acting, after completing three years of conservatory in Northern California. Techniques include Stanislavski, Uta Hagen, Active Analysis, Michael Chekhov, Meisner and Shakespeare.
Victorya was the opening performer at the 2006 Tejano Music Awards in Las Vegas. Throughout grade school, she simultaneously trained classically in choir, learning to sight read, and competing amongst Texas’ top schools in UIL and Solo and Ensemble competitions, under the direction of Linda Cassidy. Victorya has also studied under Tony Award nominee Teri Lewis.
Victorya has danced back-up for Will Smith, and pioneered the San Antonio Spurs’ hip-hop team “Junior Jammers”, under the direction of renowned NBA choreographer Raquel Torres Garcia.