Blood and Bone China
Played by Lara De-Leuw
First appearance: Chapter One - Oblivion and Paradise
Lady Victoria is the seductive mistress of Linus Hemlock. She is of Ukranian nobility and came to London at the age of 20 to live the high life and attend high society parties. It was here that she met Linus Hemlock, on a visit from Stoke-On-Trent, and he instantly fell for her. He showered her with expensive gifts and tokens of his affection, but his feelings were unrequited.
Linus invited Victoria to a ball held at Hemlock manor, to celebrate the success of his ceramic factory. Not one to miss a party, Victoria accepted the invitation and travelled north. During the evening of the ball, Linus asked for her hand in marriage. When she rejected his proposal, he was filled with rage. That night, he let Leonora into the room where Victoria was sleeping and she never saw the light of day again. As a creature of the night, Victoria is completely subservient to Hemlock. She is his most dangerous servant, a beautiful assassin luring men from the streets with ease.
Lara de-Leuw is a stage, TV and film actress with over 14 years experience, from performing at The New Vic Theatre, Staffs, under artistic direction of Peter Cheeseman to working with award-winning film maker Chris Stone as Victoria in web series 'Blood and Bone China'. Other credits include Danita in Channel 4's BAFTA winning series 'Skins', featuring in 'GAT - Girl About Town' magazine and modelling for new London boutique 'Fairy Gothmother'.
Achieving a 2:1 in BA (Hons) Contemporary Theatre and Performance from Manchester Metropolitan University in 2005, Lara is also a story and script writer, as well as running her own touring theatre company since 2009.