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Girl Boss in Training.

I received my black belt in Hapkido Martial Arts at the age of 10 and started learning archery at age 15.  I am a steadfast lover of all things outdoors! When I'm not acting, you could probably find me taking a hike or fishing with my dad. During the summer of 2020, my family and I were flown to Idaho to film for the highly anticipated family outdoor competition show, "Survivalists." We were challenged to complete a 3-day hiking expedition in the Idaho backcountry while working together as a family. You can catch our episode (Season 1 Ep.5) streaming now on the BYUtv app or online at

Artists Support Artists. Always.

I believe that by cheering on other actors and artists rather than resorting to competition or comparison, we can feel proud and fulfilled no matter what season we are going through in our careers! In the fall of 2020, I launched an Instagram live show and community called "Artists Alive," created by an artist for artists to connect and support each other. If you want to check it out, you can follow @artistsaliveseries on Instagram. Stay tuned for live interviews with rising artists, exciting news/updates about the artists in our community, and positive words to keep you creatively inspired! Just one year later, in the fall of 2021, I launched a career collaborating business for actors called "Approachable Actor." I am on a mission to make the entertainment industry more approachable for dreamers and doers alike, by sharing my own experiences and knowledge as a working actor in film, television and theatre! @approachableactor 

For questions or inquiries about scheduling a career collaborating session please contact me at

victoria faith miller, actor, activist, adventurer, headshot, curly hair

Triplet and Triple Threat.

At the age of 6, I discovered an affinity for acting after my first audition and trip to New York City alongside my triplet siblings (yes, I'm a triplet :) and older brother, for the film, Little Fockers. Although we did not book the job, or get to meet Robert De Niro, I quickly discovered that I had caught the acting bug! Soon after, I began performing in school and community theatre. Since then, I am blessed to have performed in 16 on-stage theatrical productions and I have been featured in multiple regional commercials, modeling campaigns, and films. In 2019, I appeared as the lead in the short film, "Delray Avenue." In 2021, I filmed a supporting role in the film "Madison O." by Charm City Filmmakers as well as the lead role in a sci-fi drama film titled, "The Last Zombie." In 2022, I filmed a lead role in a series pilot titled "The Girl from the Ground" and I also filmed a lead role in a horror anthology film titled "Haunting Tales."

Charm City Born and Raised.

I grew up in Baltimore, MD, and started as an actor in the DC/MD/VA market. I began studying and training seriously at the age of 11, after being accepted into TWIGs, an exclusive program with the Baltimore School for the Arts. During my first years of training, I studied with veteran Broadway and professional artists, culminating in multiple performances at the Hippodrome Theatre in downtown Baltimore. At the age of 8, I began vocal training with a private instructor at the prestigious Johns Hopkins Peabody Institute Conservatory and later branched out my training, to study with top acting coaches and casting directors in Los Angeles and New York.


I am pursuing a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Entrepreneurship & Innovation with minors in Theatre and Marketing at Drexel University in Philadelphia, PA.

The Miller Family in Survivalists
Baltimore Orioles Commercial Shot
Receiving my Black Belt in HapKiDo Martial Arts
Learning Archery
Trout Fishing in the Gunpowder River
Performing as Minimus in Animal Farm

“Victoria was impressive from the moment I began to teach her...Her talent, eagerness to learn, focus, and passion for the work, as well as her maturity made her a model student and established her as one of the standouts of the hundreds of students we have had come through our doors.” 

—  Becky Mossing, Director of TWIGS Program at Baltimore School for the Arts

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