Victoria Pedretti Biography
Victoria Pedretti is an American actress best known for his appearance in the Netflix series The Haunting of Hill House. She also appeared in Quentin Tarantino’s film Once Upon a Time in Hollywood. She has an upcoming role in the Netflix thriller You.
Victoria Pedretti Age
Pedretti was born on March 23, 1995, in Philadelphia, PA. She is 27 years old as of 2023.
She was born to American parents. Her father Michael was a professor and her mother is not known. It is also not known whether she has siblings or not
Victoria Pedretti Boyfriend
Pedretti is not married. She is so private with her love life. She has never mentioned anything about her relationship or her husband to be on the social media
Once Upon a Time in Hollywood
She was cast as Lulu in the dark comedy film “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood”
The Haunting of Hill House
Pedretti was cast together with Violet McGraw as Eleanor “Nell” Crain Vance, Luke’s younger twin and one of the two youngest members of the family in the American supernatural horror web television series “The Haunting of Hill House”
“It always has to come from somewhere. Like, the idea isn’t to scare, ultimately, it’s to try to say something, but it just comes out as ‘Agh!‘”Victoria Pedretti Photo Pedretti brought up the scene at the end of Episode 1, “Steven Sees A Ghost,” where Nell appears in brother Steven’s (Michiel Huisman) apartment at the moment of her death.
“Like, she’s trying to talk because she’s just like newly dead and still in this confused state. And that’s more of an ‘Ah! What is happening?’ Do you know? So that’s what I ended up doing with that. I guess you don’t have to do that. I found it made it make sense for me,” she said.
One of Nell’s most frightening jump scares happens in Episode 8, “Witness Marks.” While sisters Shirley (Elizabeth Reaser) and Theo (Kate Siegel) are arguing en route to Hill House, a rotted version of Nell’s body jumps out between them, causing both sisters to freak out. (Oh, and it literally made me scream out loud in my apartment over the weekend.)
“At the moment in the car, when I jump out and scare them, what’s in my mind is, ‘Shut the fuck up and get over this fight!’ It’s not about like, ‘Boo, boo!’ It came from a deeper place and a real need, so that’s why it’s so loud and like immediate,” Pedretti said.
As it turns out, Pedretti frightened herself shooting that particular scene. “I knew it was happening [and] I screamed — at myself!”