Victoria Charters

Actor / Filmmaker

Santa Barbara, CA, USA


Victoria created the feature-length documentary Dr Megavolt: from Geek to Superhero, which is available on Amazon, iTunes, and Google Play. Victoria has participated in many group filmmaker projects including 140 (Newport Beach Film Festival 2010), Life in a Day (Sundance Film Festival 2011), One Day on Earth 10.10.10. & 11.11.11, which premiered at the General Assembly Hall at the United Nations in New York. Past short films include I Heard the Mermaids Singing, based on the play of the same title by Michael Shurtleff . Victoria earned a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Melbourne, in English and Film and received a Writer’s Grant from the Theatre Department. Victoria studied with Michael Shurtleff in Hollywood for 2 summers. She received the Julie Harris scholarship from the American Academy of Dramatic Arts and graduated from A.A.D.A., West. Apart from film, Victoria's first love is acting, improv and theater. Victoria’s latest performance challenge has been developing her own stand-up routine. Film highlights include Ben Affleck’s Academy Award-winning Argo. Victoria is a member of Media Entertainment Arts Alliance (Australia), SAG-AFTRA, Actor’s Equity and Film Independent. Victoria has always felt nurtured by the Sundance community. She has attended the Sundance Film Festival 9 times, working for the Sundance content team (Field Producer) for 4 of those 9 years.