Victoria Sun Wiki Bio
Victoria Sun was born in Newport News, Virginia USA, on 18 July 1988 so under the zodiac sign of Cancer and holding American nationality – she is popular for her modelling career as well for her appearance in the “Too Many Cooks” short movie which went viral on the internet.
Where is Victoria Sun from Too Many Cooks today?
Victoria is still modelling and is still doing her best to protect endangered animals. She doesn’t seem to be staying in one place but is rather moving, and travelling around South America – numerous pictures from her travels can be found on her Instagram account.
Childhood and early life
Victoria doesn’t usually talk about her early life as she prefers to keep her personal matters to herself. She slowly fell in love with art and animals as she was growing up, and later chose it as her career. She was not much of a sociable person during the years she spent at high school, as she differed from most other girls who were only thinking about buying clothes, dating boys, and partying – Victoria was rather interested in changing the world and helping endangered animals.
She is also very secretive when it comes to her mother and father, as she hasn’t shared any details about them with the public – she doesn’t usually talk about having any siblings which is why people believe she might be an only child.
After she matriculated from a local high school, Victoria decided not to enroll at college but to rather focus on numerous other things in her life.
Career of a model
Victoria launched her modelling career soon after matriculating, and was in the meantime working several jobs to financially support herself. After she was noticed by modelling scouts and went for her first photoshoot, she received several offers and soon became a sought-after model, however, Victoria didn’t decide to completely focus on her modelling career. She has so far worked as a print model, runway model, and a fashion model, while she is also a cosplayer, costume designer, an artist, and a talent booker.
At the same time while her modelling career was progressing, Victoria was winning roles in short movies such as “Too Many Cooks” short comedy horror, which made her somewhat popular – it helped her land more roles in short movies such as “Have and Have Nots”, “The Hunger Games: Mocking Jay Part 2” while she also appeared in reality TV series including but not limited to “Chrisley Knows Best” and “Ride Along 2”.
Victoria is also an advocate for endangered animals, and is doing her best to save them from extinction.
“Too Many Cooks”
This 11 minute-long short comedy horror movie was released in 2014, and it made Victoria somewhat popular as it has been reviewed more than 3,300 times on IMDb, and has a score of 8.5/10. It is a series of montages made to mock the introduction scenes and title sequences of numerous TV shows created in the ‘70s, ‘80s and ‘90s – the movie then slowly becomes absurd making the parody even stranger. It was both directed and written by Chris ‘Casper’ Kelly, and stareds Ken DeLozier, Tara Ochs and Katelyn Nacon.
The movie won a Webby Award in 2015 in the Online Film & Video: Experimental and Weird category, while it was nominated in the same year in the Online Film & Video: Best Editing, and Online Film & Video: Experimental and Weird categories.
Love life and relationships
Victoria hasn’t shared anything about her love life with the public as she prefers to maintain a line between her business life and her personal life.
Although she hasn’t talked about it, rumors have it that she is currently dating a man who is also a lover of animals, into protecting endangered species – they have allegedly been dating for years now. However, the popular model is still secretive about it and hasn’t confirmed the rumors, therefore, nothing about her love life can be said with certainty.
Judging by her social media accounts, Victoria is currently single, hasn’t married, and doesn’t have any kids.
Hobbies and other interests
Victoria’s number one hobby is travelling, and judging by her Instagram account, she has spent the last year or two travelling around South America – her pictures are mostly from forests, lakes, and mountains, and she seems to be avoiding big cities and people in general. It is already known that she is a lover of animals but she also has a cat named Odin which has some kind of disability, and Victoria is her new mum now. She is also very fond of exercising and spends much of her free time at the gym.
Endangered species of 2019
Although most people might not be aware of it, there are many endangered animal species in the world, due to human’s neglect, indifference and to climate change – the extinction of some of these animals can have a big impact on human society. Another event which not a lot of people know about is that 17 May is Endangered Species Day, instituted in the hope that people will get to understand that we are all sharing this planet together. Some of the most endangered species include:
- Amur leopard (panther pardus orientalis) which is critically endangered, and can be found in Russian Far East – they can run as fast as 37mph, jump more than 19ft horizontally and 10ft vertically. They live between 10 and 15 years, or 20 if held in captivity – there are apparently only around 80 left, with poachers their main threat;
- Black rhino (diceros bicornis) – critically endangered. This particular rhino lives in the desserts and grasslands in East Africa and Namibia and is the smallest of the rhino species. There were around 2,500 of them but because of poachers and loss of habitat, that number has been reduced by 98 percent in recent years;
- Bornean orangutan (pongo pygmaeus) – critically endangered. There are just over 100,000 orangutans living in the world today. They live on the islands of Borneo and Sumatra and are in danger because of hunters and poachers who mostly hunt them illegally – in fires in 1997 and 1998, more than 8,000 orangutans were killed;
- Cross River gorilla (Gorilla gorilla diehli) is another critically endangered species. This kind of gorilla lives in the Congo Basin and there are currently between 200 and 300 of them left alive – humans are the only ones to blame for their near extinction status, as they have destroyed their forests and killed them;
I found the perfect rabbit to be part of the Magic Show. ? pic.twitter.com/hmlquXXLVO
— Victoria Sun (@vsunst4r) May 15, 2017
The list of currently endangered species is quite long and these are just some of them – some of the other species which are in danger of extinction include Eastern lowland gorilla, Hawksbill turtle, Javan Rhino, Malayan tiger, Tapanuli orangutan, Saola, South China tiger, Sumatran elephant, Sumatran orangutan, Sumatran rhino, Sumatran tiger, Vaquita, Western lowland gorilla, and Yangtze finless porpoise amongst others.
Not only animals are endangered, but plants as well including Graham’s penstemon and Western Prairie fringed orchid.
Appearance and net worth
Victoria is currently 31 years old. She has long brown hair and blue eyes, but her height and weight are not known. She has numerous tattoos inked onto her body, including the four butterflies on her back under her right shoulder.
According to authoritative sources, her current net worth is estimated to be more than $800,000 and is steadily rising thanks the numerous activities she is involved in.
Social media presence
Victoria is very active on several popular social media platforms as this is very important for her career, as well as to reach people in her efforts to save endangered species. She launched her Twitter account in November 2014 and has so far gathered nearly 1,000 followers and has tweeted almost 1,400 times – her short caption reads ‘Model/Actress Animal Rescue Wildlife Advocate’. She is more popular on her Instagram account which is currently followed by nearly 20,000 people while she has uploaded more than 420 pictures onto it – she is running a Facebook page as well which is followed by nearly 5,800 people.