|Born:||February 19, 1993|
|Years Active:||2003 - present|
Victoria Dawn Justice (born February 19, 1993) is an American actress and singer. She is best known for playing the roles of Lola Martinez on Zoey 101, Rebecca on The Suite Life of Zack and Cody, Tori Vega on Victorious, and Shelby Marx on iCarly.
- Full Name: Victoria Dawn Justice
- Birthdate: February 19, 1993
- Age: 28
- Hair Color: Dark Brown
- Eye Color: Brown
- Star sign: Pisces
Victoria was born in Hollywood, Florida. She is of Puerto Rican descent on her mother's side, and of Irish, English, and German descent on her father's side.
In 2003, Victoria began to appear in guest roles on several TV series including the WB's Gilmore Girls and Everwood. Victoria also guest-starred in The Suite Life of Zack & Cody in the episode "The Fairest of The All" as a junior beauty pageant winner named Rebecca on whom Cody Martin had a crush. In addition, Victoria had minor roles in the films Mary, When Do We Eat?, Silver Bells, The Garden, and Unknown. Victoria's first major role came in 2006 on the series Zoey 101. Her character (Lola Martinez) is a perky actress who quickly becomes best friends with other students, Zoey Brooks (Jamie Lynn Spears), Nicole Bristow (Alexa Nikolas), and Quinn Pensky (Erin Sanders). Justice replaced Dana Cruz (Kristin Herrera), who had left for personal reasons.
In 2009, Victoria played Tammi Dyson on Nickelodeon's original movie, Spectacular!. She also had a supporting role in the feature film The Kings of Appletown, starring Dylan and Cole Sprouse. In that same year, she also guest-starred as herself on The Naked Brothers Band and as Shelby Marx, an MMA fighter, in the iCarly episode "iFight Shelby Marx". Victoria also guest-starred on a third Nickelodeon show, True Jackson, VP. In 2010, Victoria guest starred in one episode of The Troop. The Orlando Sentinel reported in August 2008 that Victoria had signed a talent deal with Nickelodeon and that the network was developing a new sitcom starring the actress. The series, Victorious, takes place in a performing arts high school and revolves around Victoria's character Tori Vega as she pursues her singing career. It premiered on March 27, 2010 to 5.7 million viewers, making it the second biggest premiere for a live action series in Nickelodeon history. She and the whole Victorious cast did a Walmart Soundcheck concert on May 26, 2011. Victoria then starred in a comedy with Chelsea Handler, Josh Pence, and Johnny Knoxville titled Fun Size, about a teenage girl who manages to lose her younger brother while babysitting him by taking him trick-or-treating on Halloween and must find him before their mother finds out. It premiered in late October 2012. Justice has been involved with "Girl Up", a United Nations foundation that addresses the needs of some of the world's hardest-to-reach adolescent girls by channeling the energy and compassion of American girls as a powerful voice for change. She went on an awareness trip for the cause to Central America (including Guatemala) on August 29–31.
- Her best friend is Avan Jogia. (See: Vavan)
- Justice loves to put fake mustaches on herself and friends.
- Justice doesn't like watching herself on Victorious when her friends are around.
- Justice attended public school (unlike most actors) and graduated early at the age of 16 so she could focus on her career.
- Like Tori, her character on Victorious, she is half Latina. She, however, is half-Latina on her mother's side while her character's Puerto Rican heritage comes from her father.
- She has one younger sister, Madison (born in 1996).
- Justice's toughest moment in her life so far was when she lost her fourth-grade spelling bee. She had a difficulty spelling the word "earnest", spelling it E-R-N-E-S-T.
- Justice's first kiss was with Cole Sprouse in an episode of The Suite Life of Zack and Cody.
- Justice's most prized possession is her 'N' SYNC Lance Bass ring from the 5th grade.
- Justice loves fashion and says her fashion icon is Vanessa Hudgens.
- Justice's favorite band is the Beatles.
- Justice's favorite singer is Sara Bareilles.
- Justice's nicknames are "Vic" and sometimes "Vicky".
- Justice's favorite childhood memory is growing up on Hollywood Beach and being extremely tan.
- Justice considers herself a tomboy.
- Justice's hidden talent that she thinks is crazy is (she calls it) "eye-browing" which is rolling both her eyebrows.
- Her hobbies include hanging with friends, singing, writing, reading, making videos, ice skating, swimming, singing karaoke with her friends, modeling, hip-hop dancing, and going on roller coasters.
- Justice has a dog named Sammy and a dog named Sophie, but because she is allergic to canine saliva (as revealed in an interview with Fanlala) she has to be careful when her dogs try to lick her because if they do it could give her a rash.
- Justice is also allergic to dust mites.
- Justice attended a fan's Build-A-Bear birthday party, giving the fan and her friends a great surprise.
- Justice is afraid of the dark.
- The song the cast sings in the episode Locked Up!, "I Want You Back" by The Jackson Five, is one of Justice's most favorite songs of all time.
- She used to be in a relationship with Ryan Rottman, who portrayed her on screen boyfriend in the episode "Beggin' on Your Knees". (See: Rytoria)
- In one of DanWarp's videos, Dan Schneider made Justice eat a sardine, which she did not like very much.
- Justice says her guilty pleasures are pistachio, mint chocolate chip, and rocky road ice cream.
- Justice says some examples of things she's not really good at are cooking and being on time.
- Justice all-time favorite movie is My Best Friend's Wedding.
- Justice is good friends with Big Time Rush's Logan Henderson and knows him the best out of the whole band.
- Victoria Justice was also a guest star on Big Time Rush.
- Justice's favorite color is turquoise.
- Justice has an obsession with feathers, especially feather earrings.
- Justice likes Spongebob.
- Coincidentally, Spongebob was referenced in the episode Tori Goes Platinum.
- According to Avan Jogia, she loves Strawberry Jello Cups.
- Justice's favorite fruit is the apple.
- Justice performed a couple of songs at Christmas in Washington, DC in 2011.
- Justice said the three celebrities that she would invite to a dinner party are Paul McCartney, The Dalai Lama, and Ellen DeGeneres.
- Justice is really good friends with Debby Ryan, from Disney Channel's hit TV show Jessie.
- Justice used to be best friends with former Zoey 101 star Alexa Nikolas, who played Nicole Bristow. The knew each other since childhood. In 2019, Nikolas stated that "we got into a weird dispute, I think it was about a boy … [when I got to set the next day] she was whispering to everybody and saying things about me and not being friends with me anymore.” 
- Justice and Elizabeth Gillies made appearances on Nickelodeon's other musical show Big Time Rush.
- The name Victoria means "To win".
- In July 2020, Justice was asked to become a member of the Recording Academy committee.
- Justice is a huge fan of Coldplay.
- Justice's musical influences include Michael Jackson, Madonna, Britney Spears, Pink, Coldplay, Billy Joel, Diana Ross, Karen Carpenter, No Doubt, The Jackson 5, Amy Winehouse, Lily Allen, Elton John, Hall & Oates, Sara Bareilles, and the Beatles.
- Fans have often referred to Victoria's doppelgangers being Nina Dobrev and Alexandra Chando.
- Justice has made a Maroon 5 Medley, a Holiday Medley, and a Bruno Mars Medley with Max Schneider, she has also made several other videos on Kurt Hugo Schneider's channel along with Max.
- Justice said she loves the movie Edward Scissorhands and that it makes her happy.
- Tori wears a pink watch in Tori & Jade's Play Date, and a red watch in How Trina Got In, both on her right arm, even though, like Victoria, she is right-handed.
- On the day the last episode of Victorious aired, Justice wrote an open letter thanking fans for their support, saying the cast wanted a proper ending and sharing what she thinks happened to each character.
- An odd thing about Justice that she stated in an interview was that every time she visits Universal City walk, she must run through the fountain there as a sort of tradition.
- She hosted the 2020 Kids' Choice Awards, which was held virtually due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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|When Do We Eat?||Young Nikky|
The Kings of Appletown
|The Boy Who Cried Werewolf||Jordan Sands||Nickelodeon|
|Fun Size||Wren||Fake Empire|
|The First Time||Jane Harmon||Supporting Role|
|2016||The Rocky Horror Picture Show: Let's Do the Time Warp Again||Janet Weiss||Lead Role|
|2017||The Outcasts||Jodi Schellenberger||Lead Role|
|2018||Bigger||Kathy Weider||Supporting Role|
|2019||Summer Night||Harmony||Supporting Role|
|2005-2008||Zoey 101||Lola Martinez||Main Role (Seasons 2-4)|
|2010 - 2013||Victorious||Tori Vega||Lead Role|
|Eye Candy||Lindy Sampson||Lead Role|
|2018–present||Queen America||Hayley Wilson||Recurring Role; Episodes: "Sequins and Fritos" and "Ms. Claremore"|
Television guest appearances
|2003||Gilmore Girls||Jill #2||"The Hobbit, the Sofa and Digger Stiles"|
|2005||The Suite Life of Zack and Cody||Rebecca||"The Fairest of Them All"|
Victoria's first kiss with Cole Sprouse.
|2006||Everwood||Thalia Thompson||"Enjoy the Ride"|
|2009||The Naked Brothers Band||Herself||"Valentine's Dream Date" & "The Premiere"|
|iCarly||Shelby Marx||"iFight Shelby Marx" (Season 2, Episodes 24-25)|
|True Jackson, VP||Vivian||"Last Minute Date (a.k.a. True Crush)" (Season 1, Episode 22)|
|2010||The Troop||Eris Fairy||"Speed" (Season 1, Episode 15)|
|2011||iCarly||Tori Vega||"iParty with Victorious" (Season 4, Episodes 11-13)|
|2012||Figure It Out||Herself||Judge Panelist|
|2017||Man with a Plan||Sophia||"The Silver Fox" (Season 2, Episode 1)|
|2018||American Housewife||Harper||"Trophy Wife" (Season 3, Episode 8)|
|Robot Chicken||Student (Voice)||"Factory Where Nuts Are Handled" (Season 9, Episode 10)|
|2020||Real Bros of Simi Valley||Courtney Ingles||Episode: "Back In High School"|
|50 States of Fright||Logan||Post-production|
|2010||"Make It Shine"||Nickelodeon Records||Single|
|2010||"Freak the Freak Out"||Nickelodeon Records||Single|
|2010||"Tell Me that You Love Me"||Nickelodeon Records||Single|
|2011||"Beggin' on Your Knees"||Nickelodeon Records||Single|
|2011||"Best Friend's Brother"||Nickelodeon Records||Single|
|2011||Victorious: Music from the Hit TV Show||Nickelodeon Records||Soundtrack|
|2011||"All I Want Is Everything"||Nickelodeon Records||Single|
|2011||"You're The Reason"||Nickelodeon Records||Single; Acoustic version|
|2012||"Take A Hint"||Nickelodeon Records||Single; Duet with Elizabeth Gillies|
|2012||"Make It In America"||Nickelodeon Records||Single|
|2012||Victorious 2.0: More Music From the Hit TV Show||Nickelodeon Records||Soundtrack|
|2012||"L.A. Boyz"||Nickelodeon Records||Single; Duet with Ariana Grande|
|2012||Victorious 3.0: Even More Music from the Hit Show||Nickelodeon Records||Soundtrack|
|2012||"Here's 2 Us"||Nickelodeon Records||Single|
|2012||"Friends Count"||Single; Build-A-Bear Workshop|
|2013||"Girl Up"||Single; Girl Up Charity|
|2013||"Gold"||Columbia Records||Debut solo single|
|2013||"Shake"||Columbia Records||B-side of "Gold"|
"Too F*king Nice"
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