To this day one of my many memories of you, Victoria, was you standing in the Traffic Light Wine Bar, in a mini, when I came in with my man, Colin, and me saying to him " see I told you legs, like Dietrich" his response, " so much better then hers".....They were, your singing voice was, as was your acting talent!!!!!! I'll always miss you, and love you Michael Owen-Lowe.......
I'll always be your 'long tall Danish' Victoria. I remember you showing Belinda, Cathy and me your audition pieces for NIDA and us all being dumbstruck. A talent like yours is rare. Our friendship meant the wold to me back in those acting school days. Your and your Mother's support through my difficult times and court case will always be remembered. I hope you and your Mother and sister have all found one another wherever you are now. The world has lost a very special woman.
I am a school student from Mercy college chatswood. And... I remember our librarian Mrs Longley telling us about her beloved daughter, and telling us to look out for her. I have often heard her name on television, and I remember always thinking that her mum would be proud. I don't know if Mrs longley is still with us, but I know she was very proud of Victoria.
One of the most memorable things you ever said to me, for its own special reason. I will spend the rest of my life trying to live up to all the potential you saw in me. I love you and miss you always.
I can relate well to Neil's memory of you and your heroine "Faye Dunaway"...you "encouraged" us to see towering inferno a staggering 11 times! We were friends all through high school (Hunters Hill) and although we lost touch, never stopped following your career. You had made up your mind to follow acting, and I knew you would make it. I have many fond memories of all the crazy things we did...from giving birth to "jumpers" in the class room...to going to the airport, just to talk to people from overseas. You will be sadly missed. My love and light to your family...... Julie Hodsdon
Shared a house in Mosman in the eighties! Amidst the usual drama of a shared student household, Victoria was a sweet and passionate oasis! Always interesting, never predictable and very very funny! Many laughs and mysterious conversations were shared, wish we'd crossed paths a little more often! Rest in peace you angel.
Victoria, I recall when you yearned to be an actor and your heroine was the graceful Faye Dunaway.You would sashay and talk all effected and houghty torty and made me laugh. You were 9 years old!!! Sweet person, intelligent and kind; I wish you well and your family peace and healing from their loss of too many too young. Neil Geikie