Born to a father who was a senator and a mother who was Australia's president for UNICEF, actress, writer, and producer Victoria Hill learned early on that she could set the bar for her aspirations as high as she wanted. After graduating from Flinders University's Drama Centre, the young actress began acting on the stage, occasionally scoring small onscreen roles in films like Siam Sunset, and on the show Xena: Warrior Princess. Then, in 2006 and 2007, Hill's on-camera career took a sudden jolt, as she popped up in BoyTown, Modern Love, December Boys, and Macbeth, a modern retelling of the Shakespearian play, which she also co-wrote and co-produced. ~ Cammila Collar, Rovi