Victoria Linchong is a Taiwanese-American director, writer, actor, and producer working in both theater and film.
A New York City native, she began working in theater at the age of fourteen. Her early credits include several plays by James Purdy (including SUN OF THE SLEEPLESS with Laurence Fishburne), the world premiere of Tennessee Williams’ last short plays, and STOP THE WAR: A FESTIVAL FOR PEACE IN THE MIDDLE EAST, which won an OBIE Citation. As a teenage actress, she most notably was featured in Jeff Weiss' HOT KEYS at Naked Angels (Obie Citation).
More recently, Victoria directed and acted in PAPER ANGELS by Genny Lim, which won the 2010 Best of the San Francisco Fringe. She also conceived and directed BIG FLOWER EATER (Theater for the New City, 2013) and performed her one-person play DISPOSSESSED at HERE Arts Center.
Victoria's first short film, DOUBLE DEALING, was a finalist for the 72 Hour Film Shootout and screened at the Asian American International Film Festival. She currently is in post-production on the documentary ALMOST HOME: TAIWAN, which was accepted to the Visions du Réel Media Lab and Sheffield DocFest Videotheque.
Victoria is also an arts administrator who was Grants Manager at Theatre for a New Audience and Development Assistant at Film Forum. From 2005 to 2012, she was the Artistic Director of Direct Arts, an intercultural theater and film company.
VICTORIA IN THE PRESS