|Birth Name:||Victoria Sharp|
|Birth Place:||Wimbledon, South London, England, UK|
|Height:||5 feet 4 Inch|
|Hair Color:||Dark Brown|
|Date of Birth:||05/04/1971|
|Age:||50 years old|
|Qualification:||Gradutate in Drama and Art|
|College:||London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art|
Hollywood has the most promising group of talents, and they hustle hard to provide viewers with excellent shows. Likewise, Victoria Hamilton, known for her role in the Netflix series, The Crown, is one of those promising talents who has been in the industry for more than a decade.
Let’s roll down to know more about this amazing personality.
The beautiful actress, Victoria Hamilton, is taken by an actor/voice actor Mark Bazeley. Victoria Hamilton’s husband is known for his voicing the Empire’s Wrath in the 2011 MMORPG Star Wars: The Old Republic along with its four expansion.
The duo met during Hamilton’s days in the theatre where Mark co-starred her in the Tennessee Williams play Suddenly Last Summer. She feels lucky to have found a man she wished to marry and build a family with.
The lovely couple of Victoria Hamilton and Mark Bazeley have been married since January 22, 2008. Besides, the pair shared their vows in St Nicholas Church in Compton near Godalming. Likewise, the wedding was an emotional event surrounded by friends and families.
The pair have been married for 12 years and are still totally in love with one another. Image Source: Elton Mogg Photography.
Today, Victoria is a proud mother of two children and a happy working wife of Mark. Victoria Hamilton’s son Hal was born in 2010 and her youngest kid Tam was born in 2012. They share their time with the family and took a turn to look after children.
Victoria Hamilton’s been in the industry since 1995 and has made multiple-stage appearances. After her training from the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art, she initiated her career in a classic theatre with Royal Shakespeare Company and National Theatre.
Throughout the time-period, she must have earned a fortune in her name and own boatloads of cash along with the huge fan base. Although Victoria Hamilton’s net worth is mostly under wraps, it is definite that she has gathered a considerable balance from her series credits.
Victoria Hamilton’s role in The Crown must have added great fortune. Image Source: Style Bistro.
Talking about Victoria’s movies and serial credits, Mansfield Park grossed $4,775,847 in the box office collection. Similarly, Before You Go managed to collect $87,445 worldwide.
Being secretive with the growing name and fame is understandable, and thus, the secrecy of Victoria’s bank account is respectable. However, fans are eager to know her lifestyle, which must be lavish on its own. Let’s hope she lets us sneak-peek into her life a little.
The talented actress Hamilton was born on the 5th of April 1971 in Wimbledon, South London, England, UK, as Victoria Sharp to a non-theatrical family. Victoria Hamilton’s father, Tim Sharp, used to be the Guildford advertising executive while her mother was a teacher.
The genuine old man, Sharp is one of the founding members of the Prostate Project. Victoria helped promote the cause with her father.
Victoria Hamilton helps the Prostate Project by signing the bricks. Image Source: Surrey Live.
The generous actress, Victoria Hamilton, went to St Hilary’s School, in Surrey from 1974–82. Later, she attended Prior’s Field School, Godalming, until 1987. Before she had opted to train in the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art, she’d intended to study English at Bristol University.
Before Victoria took off to the greater heights, she trained for five years with five years appearing in productions such as the Royal Shakespeare Company and the National Theatre.
All the hard works of 5 years have been fruitful for now, Victoria Hamilton’s stage presence is unbelievable. Image Source: The Guardian.
Victoria was inspired by Judi Dench and Ian Holm to juggle her career as a theatre artist and an actor. Her latest work in The Crown was praiseworthy along with fellow actors such as Josh O’Conner, and Vanessa Kirby.
The queen of classic theatre is rocking every role she gets. Let’s hope she keeps up with the good as well as charitable works and we get to see more of her in the future.