Victoria Ford


Victoria Ford, actor, writer, solo performer, was born and raised in New York City.  She grew up in Spanish Harlem. Her mother was Puerto Rican and her father was a Spaniard.  She lives in the Hudson Valley with her husband. She is fluent in Spanish and can speak, read and write French and Italian.

She wrote her first solo show SHADOW QUEENS RISINGin 2018, which she has performed in GREEN KILL, Kingston, NY, on two separate occasions.Directed by Samantha Jones. 

Musicals fascinated her as a child and she was drawn to the performing arts. Her love of dance drew her to the Nat Horne Theatre on West 42ndStreet where she trained to be a triple threat. She went on to take acting classes at HB Studios, Riverside Shakespeare Theatre, Sande Shurin Acting Studio, Hudson Valley Improv and Meisner technique with Matthew Corozine.

She has worked with experimental theatre and sketch comedy groups and now is a company member of Hudson Valley Improv.

Some of her theatre credits include the lead in Dr. Goodmouth, and educational play 

by The Puerto Rican Travelling Theatre,  Ms. Prism in The Importance of BeingEarnest, Elaine Navazio in Last of the Red Hot Lovers, the Nurse in Romeo and Juliet,Feste in Twelfth Night, Lenya Zubritsky in Fools.

Her film credits include The Suffering Kind directed by Kevin Liddy, writer, director and winner of the Spirit of IndieCorke Award in 2014.

Marisol in Engaged by Hummingbird Films, and commissioned by NYC.