Bio

Victoria Rae Sook is a native of Southlake, Texas where she grew up singing along to Rodgers and Hammerstein, reading Shakespeare, and dancing in the Fort Worth Dallas Ballet Company.

Victoria graduated high school from Interlochen Arts Academy and attended college at Millikin University and Chicago College of Performing Arts before completing her Acting degree at the University of South Florida. Throughout her education, she honed her skills as a classical actress, a musical theatre performer, director, and choreographer working with artists such as Bill T. Jones, Luis Perez, and The Frantic Assembly Company from London, England.

Victoria has performed in parades and shows at Walt Disney World and absolutely loved creating the magic. She believes that every day can have pixie dust, if only you seek it. She was featured in Disney performances on ABC, TNT and the Disney Channel.

On stage and screen, Victoria has acted in TV shows such as Smash and Gossip Girl, in films such as I Am Not What I Am and Vigilante, and in plays such as Houdini Among the Spirits, Legally Blonde, Dames at Sea, Antigone, Othello and Cabaret. She has directed several plays and favorites include Alice in Wonderland, Grease, and Envoy.

Victoria is the founder and Artistic Director of Ensemble Atria, Performing Arts, Inc. Ensemble Atria has won several awards at the Midtown International Theatre Festival and The Shoebox Festival, including Best Direction for Victoria’s direction of A Stranger Here Myself and Best Actress for Victoria’s Acting in Frame 313.

Victoria is the Founder and Artistic Director of Food of Love. A theatre company that brings you fine dining and Shakespeare in one unforgettable evening. Last year she produced the Drama Desk nominated Shake & Bake: Love’s Labour’s Lost Off Broadway at 94 Gansevoort in which she was also The Princess of France and Movement Director. This year Food of Love partnered with Third Rail Projects to bring you Midsummer: a Banquet Off Broadway, in which Victoria served as Creative Producer, Dramaturge, and played Titania and Hippolyta.

Proud to have performed in Texas, Oklahoma, Illinois, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Florida and England, Victoria is proudest of all to currently be a working actor in New York City. She is delighted to be a member of AEA, SAG-AFTRA, and an SDC Associate. She continues to sing show tunes, read Shakespeare, and dance every day. “More Life.”