Victoria Kallay comes from a classical theater background, cutting her teeth at the theater program of Columbia College Chicago. She studied for her masters in theater in Chicago as well, at UIC. Working with local directors such as David Cromer, Michael Matthews, and Jeff Ginsberg, she collaborated with many local theater companies and was a company member with Rogue Theater. Her favorite theatrical roles include Victoria in The Waiting Room and Stella in A Streetcar Named Desire. She has studied voice training with Deb Doetzer and Shakespeare with C.C. Cook and CeCe Klinger.
Her voice is known for its warm, rich tones and her witty and wry tone blends perfectly with the commercial format. Born in the UK, she can speak in both a Standard American or genuine British accent.
Victoria will soon be hosting her own podcast, a series of twisted guided tours of landmarks, called Darkest Whimsy.