Victoria Mallory is an American singer and actress. She was born September 20, 1949 in Virginia. She is sometimes credited as Vicki Morales, a variant of her birth name, Victoria Morales.
The Virginia-born actress and singer moved to Columbus, Georgia where she graduated from Baker High School in 1966. She came to fame when appearing on Broadway in the 1970s with parts in three Stephen Sondheim musicals: she had a small role in Follies as Young Heidi, a starring one in A Little Night Music as Anne Egerman (1973-74), and starred as Maria in the first revival of West Side Story at Lincoln Center.
On television, she is probably best known for her role as Leslie Brooks on the soap opera The Young and the Restless, which she took over from Janice Lynde in 1977. She left the series in 1984. From 1990 to 1991, she portrayed Dr. Denise Foxworthy on the soap opera Santa Barbara. Since then, she has also made numerous guest appearances on television series, including Everwood, Touched by an Angel, and Promised Land, among other movie and theatrical appearances.
She is married to A Little Night Music co-star Mark Lambert. They have a daughter named Ramona Mallory Lambert, who is also an actress and was cast recently in an Off-Broadway production of The Fantasticks as Luisa. In December 2009, her daughter Ramona Mallory starred on Broadway recreating the role of Anne Egerman in a revival of A Little Night Music, which her mother had originated 25 years ago.