Victoria Jackson

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Victoria Jackson (B. August 2, 1959; - ) was born into a conservative Christian home in Miami, Florida and rose to fame as a comedic talent, performing stand up on the Johnny Carson Show. She starred in many movies and TV shows, most notably six seasons (1986-1992) on Saturday Night Live. She is still active in film and onstage. Also, Victoria is passionate about the Tea Party Movement, was a journalist for and Liberty Alliance, recorded several CD's, and has written two books.

Early life

Victoria's father was a gymnastics coach and she competed from ages 5–18.[1] She grew-up in a home without a TV. She became a cheerleader, homecoming queen, attended Florida Bible College, received a gymnastic scholarship to Furman University where she was cast in her first play and got the acting bug. Financial concerns made her transfer to Auburn University where she was cast in Birmingham's Summerfest and met Johnny Crawford (The Rifleman) who gave her a one way ticket to Hollywood to be in his 1930's music night club act called "Going Hollywood." Before/during her 20 appearances with Johnny Carson, Victoria was a cigarette girl, a typist at the American Cancer Society, and a waitress at The Kipling. She auditioned for Saturday Night Live in 1986 after filming The Pickup Artist with Robert Downey Jr. Jackson has acting roles in film; "Family Business" with Dustin Hoffman and Sean Connery, "Baby Boom" with Diane Keaton, "I Love You to Death" with Kevin Kline, "Casual Sex?" with Lea Thompson, "UHF" with Weird Al Yankovic, and others.

Per her website;

Well, I'd feel like we didn't really connect if I didn't tell you about what I really feel is important. I am a genuine true blue believer...not in Kaballah...not in Scientology...not in the New Age movement...not in Mormonism...not in Buddism...not in Hinduism...not in Catholicism...not in Protestantism...but in Jesus Christ. I've studied all those other religions...and as a cynic, and a free spirit...I personally decided to put my faith in Jesus. I've read the Bible all the way through....and I believe it is the Truth...the Word of God. Read John 3:16, Ephesians 2:8,9, Romans 3:23, and Romans 6:23 and tell me what you think. What do you think? Jesus claimed to be "the Lord"...He was either the "Lord", a liar, or a lunatic. Tell me what you think and why. After all, none of us has died and come back to we all have our faith in something. What is your faith in? I'm eager to listen and discuss.

If you would like to know more... read my interview with "The Door."


"O thinks it's bad to drip water on a terrorist, but it's good to rip a baby out of it's mother's womb, crack it's skull, and suck it's brain out. Wow. Once I save the country from O and his Congress, I can concentrate on my career." [2]

Married 1984-1991 to Nisan Eventoff Married 1992 - present to Paul Wessel Children - Scarlet born 1986, Aubrey born 1994

Music CD's: Use Me (53 original songs)

                     Ukelele Lady (for children of all ages)
                     Ukelele Ditties for Itty Bitty Kiddies (for preschool children)

In 2012, White Hall published her autobiography, "Is My Bow Too Big? How I went from SNL to the Tea Party". In 2017, Broadstreet published her cancer journey, "Lavender Hair: 21 Devotions for Women with Breast Cancer."


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