Victoria Foyt is an American author, novelist, screenwriter, and actress who is best known for Babyfever (1994), Last Summer in the Hamptons (1995), and Going Shopping (2005). She is the ex-wife of Henry Jaglom, a film director and ex-sister-in-law of Michael Emil.
This page will bring to light the Biography, Age, Height, Weight, IMDb, Career, Books, Book Criticism, Movies, Awards/Nominations, Parents, Siblings, Husband, Children, Instagram, and Net Worth of Victoria Foyt. Before we continue, let’s take a look at her profile summary below.
Victoria Foyt Profile Summary
April 7, 1958
Place of birth
64 years old
Actress, Author, Screenwriter
Henry Jaglom (Divorced)
Sabrina Jaglom (Daughter), Simon Orson Jaglom (Son)
$1 – $5 million
Victoria Foyt Biography
Foyt was born and raised in Coral Gables, Florida, USA. She attended the University of Miami, where she received her Bachelor of Arts in Spanish and French with a double minor in German and Business. She later attended the Beverly Hills Playhouse in Los Angeles, Neighborhood Playhouse in New York, private acting classes with Geraldine Baron, and many UCLA Extension film courses.
Foyt cites her primary literary influence as Ernest Hemingway, and counts Don Quixote and Gone with the Wind as two of her favorite books. She currently lives in Santa Monica, California with her two children and a lot of books. Her hobbies and other interests are Tennis, and salsa dancing.
Victoria Foyt Age
Foyt was born on April 7, 1958. She is currently 64 years old (as of 2022). She usually celebrates her birthday every 7th of April of each year with her family members. Her zodiac sign is Aries.
Victoria Foyt Height/Weight
Foyt’s height and weight is yet to be disclosed but an update will be available soon.
Victoria Foyt IMDb Page
Foyt has an IMDb page with 7 actress credits, 8 writer credits, 2 director credits, and 1 producer credit being recorded. Some information regarding her personal life and career are also recorded too.
Victoria Foyt Career
Foyt had her film debut in 1986, playing the role of Kim Rollins in the TV series, Interview. She is known for collaborating with Henry Jaglom, a film director. While working with Jaglom, she wrote and starred in several films including Babyfever (1994), Last Summer in the Hamptons (1995), Déjà vu (1997), and Going Shopping (2005).
In 2003, Foyt wrote and directed the short film, The Sweet Spot, which starred Jennifer Grant and Carl Weathers. The Sweet Spot was shown in several film festivals, including PBS on Hollywood: Fine Cut, the Los Angeles International Short Film Festival, the Hawaii Film Festival, and the Newport Beach Film Festival.
Foyt has appeared on Good Morning America, Entertainment Tonight, E! Entertainment, HBO, CNN-TV, Showbiz Today, ABC Radio, Turner TV Entertainment Report, TNT Rough Cuts, and Westwood One Radio, and received extensive coverage on Siskel & Ebert. Her local appearances include HTTV Good Day LA, The KTLA Morning News, OLA TV Canada, CJRT Radio NY, WOR-Radio NY, and NBC Weekend Today-New York.
Foyt has been featured in Vogue Magazine, O at Home, Elle Magazine, Movieline, Venice Magazine, Avenue Magazine, Night Magazine, Moviemaker Magazine, The Los Angeles Times, The San Francisco Chronicle, La Opinion, Miami New Times, Dramalogue, and Backstage West, among others. She has also hosted book signings and Q&A sessions around the country with forums up to 3000 people, as well as at many major film festivals, including Toronto, Jerusalem, London, Miami, New York, and Los Angeles.
In 2012, Foyt founded the publishing company Sand Dollar Press.
As an author, her debut novel, The Virtual Life of Lexie Diamond, was released in 2007 by HarperCollins.
Victoria Foyt Books
Below are the books Foyt wrote:
The Virtual Life of Lexie Diamond
Save the Pearls: Revealing Eden
Victoria Foyt Book Criticism
Foyt received criticism for her self-published book, Save the Pearls: Revealing Eden, a dystopian novel in which people of African descent are the “ruling class”. Some reviewers of an early excerpt described elements of the novel as racist and these included the use of the term “coal”. The science fiction and fantasy magazine Weird Tales made an announcement that it would publish an excerpt from the novel in one of its first issues under new ownership, but after readers threatened a boycott, the planned publication was canceled,
Foyt in response to the criticism stated that she had not intended the book’s contents or advertising to be racist and that her intention was to write a novel addressing the issue of global warming.
Victoria Foyt Movie/TV Shows
Below are the movies/TV shows, Foyt wrote, directed, produced, and starred in:
2017: Punk’s Undead (executive producer)
2013: It Don’t Come Easy (Short) (co-writer)
2005: Going Shopping
2003: The Sweet Spot (Short)
2001: Random Acts
2001: Festival in Cannes
1997: Déjà Vu
1995: Last Summer in the Hamptons
1995: Who Is Henry Jaglom? (Documentary)
1986: Interview (TV Series)
Victoria Foyt Awards/Nominations
Foyt is yet to record any awards/nominations.
Victoria Foyt Parents/Siblings
There’s no information regarding Foyt’s parents and siblings (if any) but an update will be available soon.
Victoria Foyt Husband/Children
Foyt got married to Henry Jaglom in 1991 and divorced him in 2013. They met after Jaglom viewed a postcard promoting a play Foyt was performing in. The marriage produced two children namely; Sabrina Jaglom and Simon Orson Jaglom.
Victoria Foyt Instagram Account
Foyt doesn’t seem to be active on Instagram. She has about 303 posts with 298 followers. She is currently following 292 people. Her handle name is @victoriafoyt.
Victoria Foyt Net Worth
Foyt earns well from the films she starred in, wrote, produced, and directed. She also earns from her published books. Her net worth is estimated to be between $1 – $5 million.