Victoria Pratt Net Worth

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Victoria Pratt net worth:
$5 Million

Victoria Pratt Net Worth: Victoria Pratt is a Canadian model and actress who has a net worth of $5 million dollars. Born in Chesley, Ontario, Canada, in 1970, Victoria Pratt graduated with a kinesiology degree from York University in Toronto. She began working with professional hockey players and taking classes at Actors Network. In the late '90s, she began scoring parts in various TV shows. She made her uncredited debut as a fitness instructor in 1998's "Whatever It Takes". Pratt appeared in eight episodes of "Once a Thief", 28 episodes of the series "Cleopatra 2525", and 66 episodes of "Mutant X". She had a recurring part on "Day Break" in 2006. Pratt has appeared in dozens of TV shows and movies, including "Mayday", "House of the Dead 2", "Journey to the Center of the Earth", "Mongolian Death Worm", "Christmas Twister", "A Nanny's Revenge", "Xena: Warrior Princess", "Ghost Whisperer", "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation", and "Cold Case". The former professional fitness model wrote a bodybuilding book with a former school professor. She earned her blue belt in Shotokan karate and lives in Toronto, Los Angeles, and New Zealand. Pratt is married to her husband, photographer and director TJ Scott, and they enjoy traveling the globe with their dog.

Victoria Pratt Net Worth

Victoria Pratt

Model
Date of Birth
Dec 18, 1970 (45 years old)
Profession
Model, Actor, Author
Nationality
Canada
Height
5 ft 5 in (1.664 m)
Nicknames
Victoria Ainsle Pratt, Vicky Pratt, Sarge, Victoria Ann Nina Pratt
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