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18 February 1974|
Adelaide, South Australia
Victoria Hill (born 18 February 1974 in Adelaide) is an Australian actress, writer and producer. She is the daughter of the Chancellor of the University of Adelaide Robert Hill and the Australian president of UNICEF, Diana Hill. She is now based between New York City and Sydney.
A graduate of Flinders University Drama Centre, Victoria Hill spent many years performing in theatre productions in Adelaide and interstate before winning her first part in a feature film, 1999's Dead End, soon followed by a role in Siam Sunset. Hill spent subsequent years performing on stage and in occasional television roles until her film career took off in 2006, with roles in Modern Love, Hunt Angels, BoyTown, December Boys and Macbeth, the Shakespeare adaptation which she also co-wrote and -produced. In 2017, she appeared in the Paul Schrader-directed film First Reformed.
She used to feature in advertisements for HCF Health Care Fund.
|Dead End||Lori Peterson|
|Hunt Angels||Alma Brooks|
|2010||Dance Academy||Natasha||4 episodes|
|2018||The Chaperone||Myra Brooks||Also producer|
- First Reformed (2017), retrieved 2017-10-10
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