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|Born||Victoria Ainsle Pratt
December 18, 1970
Chesley, Ontario, Canada
|Occupation||Television actress, film actress, fitness model, author|
Victoria Ainsle Pratt (born December 18, 1970 in Chesley, Ontario) is a Canadian actress and fitness model. Her television roles include Xena: Warrior Princess, Once a Thief, Cleopatra 2525, Mutant X, and Day Break. Her film roles include House of the Dead 2.
Pratt attended Chesley District High School in Chesley, Ontario. Pratt graduated summa cum laude in Kinesiology at Toronto's York University and took at job there in the Human Performance Lab, testing professional athletes including the players of the Toronto Maple Leafs, the Winnipeg Jets and the San Jose Sharks. She was offered a scholarship to the physiotherapy Master's program at the University of Toronto but declined the offer. She co-authored a book about bodybuilding and fitness with one of her former university professors. Pratt was a professional fitness model along with WWE's Trish Stratus and Torrie Wilson.
Robert Kennedy, publisher of MuscleMag, convinced her to study acting and she began attending classes at the Actors Network in Toronto. She began to land acting roles in 1998, including the science-fiction TV shows Once a Thief (as Jackie Janczyk), Cleopatra 2525 (as Sarge) and Mutant X (as Shalimar Fox).
In 2006, she had a lead role in the ABC series Day Break as police detective Andrea Battle. Of the 13 completed episodes that were made, only 6 made it to air before the series was cancelled.
She divides her time between Toronto, Los Angeles and New Zealand.
Victoria Pratt is famous of her roles in Mutant X and Cleopatra 2525, she did some TV series and movies as well. In 2012 she played with Jodi Lyn O'Keefe in the Lifetime Movie A Nanny's Revenge. Jodi and Victoria did both a photoshoot 'In The Tub' for Breast Cancer Research taken by photographer TJ Scott.
In 2014 Victoria has a lot of upcoming movies like Death Valley, A Daughter's Nightmare, A Patient Killer and June. Victoria is also the writer of the book Double Down
|1998||Whatever It Takes||Fitness Instructor (uncredited)|
|2002||Mallory Effect, TheThe Mallory Effect||Jennifer|
|2005||House of the Dead 2||Henson||TV movie|
|2005||Murder at the Presidio||Cpl. Tara Jeffries||TV movie|
|2006||Her Fatal Flaw||Laney Hennessey||TV movie|
|2006||Kraken: Tentacles of the Deep||Nicole||TV movie|
|2007||What Love Is||Sara|
|2007||Brotherhood of Blood||Carrie Rieger|
|2008||Journey to the Center of the Earth||Martha Dennison||TV movie|
|2007||Hush Little Baby||Jamie||TV movie|
|2010||Mongolian Death Worm||Alicia||TV movie|
|2011||Your Love Never Fails||Anne Marie||Video|
|2012||Gabe the Cupid Dog||Marsha||Completed|
|2012||Nanny's Revenge, AA Nanny's Revenge||Brynn Randall||TV movie|
|2014||Death Valley||Jamie Dillen||Post-production|
|2014||La Migra||Special Agent Dunthorpe||Post-production|
|2014||A Daughter's Nightmare||Dana||Post-production|
|2014||A Patient Killer||Victoria Wrightmar||Post-production|
|1998||Once a Thief||Jackie Janczyk||8 episodes|
|1998||Xena: Warrior Princess||Cyane||Episode: "Adventures in the Sin Trade: Part 1"
Episode: "Adventures in the Sin Trade: Part 2"
|1999||Forbidden Island||Wilkes||Episode: "Pilot"|
|2000||First Wave||Claire Wilson||Episode: "Tomorrow"|
|2000–2001||Cleopatra 2525||Rose 'Sarge'||28 episodes|
|2001–2004||Mutant X||Shalimar Fox||66 episodes|
|2006–2007||Day Break||Andrea Battle||13 episodes|
|2007||Ghost Whisperer||Prof. Claudia Pollili||Episode: "Double Exposure"|
|2008||Moonlight||Dee Dee Dwight||Episode: "Fated to Pretend"|
|2008||Life||Diane Graham||Episode: "Badge Bunny"|
|2009||CSI: Crime Scene Investigation||Carla Banks||Episode: "The Grave Shift"|
|2009||Fear Itself||Robbie Collins||Episode: "The Circle"|
|2009||Cold Case||Vanessa Quarterman||Episode: "Mind Games"|
|2010||NCIS||Tiffany||Episode: "Jet Lag"|
|2011||Lie to Me||Lily||Episode: "Rebound"|
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