- Victoria Summer Big Band:
- The inspirational story of swimmer Mercedes Gleitze
- Game of Aces
- WWI, “The Great War,”
- Autobots and Decepticons
- Saving Mr. Banks
- Hoe Sweet it Is
- The Art of Making Commercials
Victoria Summer, actress and singer, is best known for her breakout role as ‘Julie Andrews’ in Disney’s ‘Saving Mr. Banks’ opposite Tom Hanks and a supporting role in Paramount Pictures’ ‘Transformers: Age of Extinction’ (Michael Bay).
She has since appeared in ‘Garlic and Gunpowder’ (Vivica A. Fox/Martin Kove/Michael Madsen), ’Game of Aces’ (Chris Klein), ‘Ratpocalypse’ (Casper Van Dien), and the musical movie ‘How Sweet Is It’ (Erika Christensen/Joe Piscopo).
She recently finished filming ‘Vindication Swim’, in which Victoria’s character ‘Edith Gade’ is the rival to British swimmer Mercedes Gleitze who first swam the English Channel.
Her next major role is as Julie Davis in the film ‘Brooklyn All American’, alongside Chris Noth and Christopher McDonald. The film follows the life of a young man looking to achieve greatness in division one’s college football.
On the small screen, Victoria has a guest role in the period drama series ‘Glow & Darkness’ (Jane Seymour/Denise Richards) set during the medieval life of Francis of Assisi.
She also has a more contemporary period series, ‘Across the Pond’, in which she serves as an actor and producer. The comedy pilot is about a British mother and daughter who land in Los Angeles to find fame and fortune in the movie business and, in the process, ending up in some hilarious situations.
With her acting prowess, Victoria is a distinguished singer and, performer. Her heart has always been in entertainment, from pantomimes and singing in the church choir to local theatre productions. She landed a scholarship at Arts Educational Schools in Chiswick, West London, earning her an honors degree in Dance and Musical Theatre.
Recently, she recorded and contributed songs for the soundtracks of ‘Garlic and Gunpowder’ and ‘Ratpocalypse’.
She is a global ambassador for Teen Cancer America, the national non-profit co-founded by Roger Daltrey and Pete Townsend of The Who, which provides facilities and support for adolescents and young adults with cancer. She has put on three Afternoon Tea Events, ‘Tea with Victoria Summer’ for the charity, the last featuring Sheryl Crow, Alfie Boe, and Downtown Abbey’s Lesley Nicol.
Victoria has also created a successful new TV show, ‘Next Generation Role Model,’ that shines the spotlight on up-and-coming young talent and interviews visionaries and leaders of the Next Generation.