Victoria G. Platt

Victoria G. Platt was born to a West Indian mother and Polish father in Queens, NY.

She developed an interest in acting after attending a class with her older sister when she was 8 years old. After years of studying acting and dancing, the actress made her Broadway debut as Amede in Jelly’s Last Jam, a role which she played throughout the show’s entire run. Her other theater credits include off-Broadway productions of 2 Diva’s & The Dog, Dreamgirls, and Conrack, for which she won an AUDELCO Award. She also appeared in regional productions of Ain’t Misbehavin and The Hot Mikado.

A life-long fascination with Josephine Baker helped to prepare Victoria for her portrayal of the singer in the HBO film, Winchell. The actress also appeared in Alma’s Rainbow, ‘Round Midnight, Boomerang and Tap Rap.

On the small screen, Victoria has guest-starred on such shows as Cosby, The Cosby Show, Beyond Belief, and Sesame Street. She is best known to daytime audiences for her role as “Corinne” on All My Children. Altogether, IMDb lists 58 credits as an actor in film and television, starting in 1985 and continuing through 2021.

The actress has also studied swing, tap, jazz, ballet and African dance. She enjoys cooking and hiking

NFT Credits

Credit Type Production Season
Actor Defending the Light 1999-00 Season