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Victoria Dawn Justice (born on February, 19th, 1993, in Hollywood, Florida) is an American teen-actress. She guest-starred as renowned mixed martial arts champion, Shelby Marx, in the iCarly episode, iFight Shelby Marx. She also played Lola Martinez on Zoey 101, and Tammi Dyson in the Nickelodeon Original movie, Spectacular. She is of Puerto Rican, Irish, English, Spanish, and German descent. She also has roles in other shows and movies. She currently stars in her own Nick show named Victorious, as Tori Vega. She and the cast of Victorious appeared in a crossover episode with the cast of iCarly. The crossover was called iParty with Victorious.
- The Suite Life of Zack and Cody - Rebecca
- Zoey 101 - Lola Martinez
- iCarly: iFight Shelby Marx - Shelby Marx
- Spectacular! - Tammi Dyson
- Victorious - Tori Vega
- The Boy Who Cried Werewolf - Jordan
- iCarly: iParty with Victorious - Tori Vega
- Her best friend in real life is Avan Jogia, who plays 'Beck' in Victorious.
- She loves putting fake mustaches on herself and on things.
- She gets embarrassed when watching herself on TV with her friends.
- Freak The Freak Out (video, full version, Nov. 26, 2010 airing) HERE
- Best Friends Brother (Official music video) Here
- She was featured and interviewed with Dan Schneider, (Miranda Cosgrove also shown briefly) in ABC-TV's Nightline late-night show about Hollywood's upcoming, Young Teen Stars.
- She is tied for eighth place among teen-age stars in Hollywood, earning $12,000 per episode. But she has to pay commissions to her agent (10%), manager (10-15%), and 15% has to go in trust for the actor until she is 21, because of the Coogan law in California. And that doesn't count taxes. So, she may get to keep presently only 30-40% of her gross earnings. 
- ↑ Nightline, ABC-TV (Feb. 24, 2011)
- ↑ TV’s richest kids: Ten not worried about paying for college, New York Post (May 10, 2010)
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