Victoria Savage has been in love with culture, human history, and art her whole life. As a child she played the violin, studied ballet, and sang in a children’s choir. Eventually, she settled on acting when she realized it allowed her to do everything she loves -- study history, study culture, and incorporate what she learns into her artform! After completing her education at Yale University in Anthropology, she began professional acting training at HB Studio in New York’s West Village, the home of Uta Hagen and Herbet Berghof. She continues to master her craft and currently studies at the Archibald Studio and the Graham Shiels Studio in Los Angeles.
Victoria believes strongly in creating opportunities for herself and her fellow artists. She also believes that the world needs desperately to laugh right now. So she wrote Berda Mae & Ballulah, a micro comedy series about two outrageous, bickering sisters who eventually come together . . . but not before they get into a lot of trouble. Through this series, Victoria hopes to emphasize that we don’t need to agree or even like each other to peacefully co-exist. All we need to do is find common ground and laugh about it.