Inside Victoria Pedretti’s life, her parents and boyfriend
Victoria Pedretti is an American actress who is sometimes referred to as the ‘Queen of Horror.’ Pedretti has mostly starred in horror films and shows, with her first starring appearance coming in Netflix’s The Haunting of Hill House. She played the role of Danielle Clayton in the show’s follow-up series, The Haunting of Bly Manor.
Pedretti impressed fans and critics with her portrayal of Love Quinn in season 2 of You. Her character unexpectedly turned out to be smarter and more cynical than Penn Badgley’s calculating character. She is set to reprise her role in season 3 of You.
This piece will look at Victoria’s parents and love life.
Victoria’s parents are artists who fully supported her decision to pursue acting
Victoria Pedretti was born on 23rd March 1995 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Her dad is three-quarter Italian, while her maternal grandmother was Ashkenazi Jewish. Victoria’s dad and mom are both artists who fully supported her decision to pursue acting. She told Harper’s Bazaar:
“My parents have always been supportive of my choice of being an actor. They are not shy of criticism either. They are both artists. My mom was a dancer. They definitely see the value in what I do.”
Victoria is quite secretive about her personal life as she doesn’t want people to speculate about things they don’t know
Victoria is quite open in interviews, but only if she is addressing the characters she plays. She declines to answer personal questions, especially those concerning her love life. In an interview with Bustle, the interviewer asked Victoria the most romantic thing she’s ever done. “No,” Victoria replied. “It’s so personal.” Victoria told InStyleMagazine that she stays private because she doesn’t want people to speculate about her:
“I want them to know less. I want people to know that I have no interest in them speculating about what they don’t know.”
Victoria is so secretive that she has no post on her Instagram page. She only has a couple of saved stories supporting Black Lives Matter. However, Victoria has given away who her first crushes were. She told Harper’s Bazaar that she learned something about sexuality after watching Zorro:
“Antonio Banderas – and probably Catherine Zeta-Jones – in Zorro. I mean, the sword scene… Yeah, I understood something about sexuality when I watched that for the first time.”