Mildred Victoria is a woman with a small town charm, but a big city heart. Growing up in the suburbs of Detroit, Michigan, she was reborn on the streets and stages of New York City where she lived and trained for her big Hollywood moment, where she currently resides.
She is a proud alum of Brooklyn College’s acting program, and is still sharpening her skill and practicing her passion through work as a commercial and stage actor, and most recently, through stand up comedy. Her most recent notable roles in “Pipeline” (Jasmine) at The Detroit Public Theatre, “The Mountaintop” (Camae) at the Villagers Theatre, “The Girls of Summer “at St Luke Theatre (Off-Broadway) and “Josh the Black Babe Ruth” at the Theatre for the New City in New York City has allowed her to grace stages across the country and in the company of tremendous talent.
As an artist, Mildred’s power comes from her value for collaboration and community. Her sense of humor and a knack for identifying and embracing the uniqueness of herself and others makes her a multi-faceted person as well as a performer. When Mildred is not acting, you can find her traveling, hiking, doing stand up, or spending time with her loving family.
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