Learn about Victoria Thaine Net Worth, Biography, Age, Birthday, Height, Early Life, Family, Dating, Partner, Wiki and Facts.
Who is Victoria Thaine:
Victoria Thaine is a famous TV Actress. She was born on January 7, 1984 and her birthplace is Australia. Victoria is also well known as, Famous for her Logie-nominated performance as Jill Blake in the Australian television series Rain Shadow, she is also notable for her work as a playwright and director, as well as for her supporting role as Alice Hartley in the teen series Nowhere Boys.
Victoria is originated from Australia. She co-starred with Wendy Hughes in the 2006 film Caterpillar Wish.
|Bio / Wiki|
|Full Name||Victoria Thaine|
|Date of Birth||January 7, 1984|
|Place of Birth||Australia|
Birthday, Age & Zodiac Sign:
Victoria Thaine birthday is on 7-Jan-84 and she was born on Saturday. She is now 37 years old. Victoria sun sign is Capricorn and her birth flower is Carnation or Snowdrop.
|Day of Birth||Saturday|
|Year of Birth||1984|
|Birth Sign Duality||Passive|
|Birth Sign Modality & Element||Cardinal Earth|
Height, Weight & Physical Stats:
Here is the Body measurement informations.
|Bust – Waist – Hip||N/A|
Early Life and Family:
Before she was famous, Early in her acting career, she appeared with Dennis Hopper in the 2003 movie The Night We Called It a Day. Her relationship status is single.
|Number of Children(s)||N/A|
Victoria Thaine Net Worth:
Victoria Thaine net worth or net income is estimated to be between $1 Million – $5 Million dollars. She has made such amount of wealth from her primary career as TV Actress.
|Net Worth||between $1 Million – $5 Million|
|Source of Income||TV Actress|
|Verification Status of Wealth||Unverified|
Dead or Alive?
According to wikipedia latest update, she is still alive.
Here are some interesting facts about Victoria Thaine:
* Thaine, Xavier Samuel, and Robin McLeavy starred in the 2009 thriller The Loved Ones.
* Victoria Thaine is an Australian actress.
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