Who is Victor Webster?

Victor Howard Webster was born in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, on 7 February 1973 – his zodiac sign is Aquarius and he holds Canadian nationality. He is an actor who’s probably still known best for his portrayal of Nicholas Alamain in the long-running romantic drama series “Days of Our Lives”, created by Ted Corday, Allan Chase and Irna Phillips, and which has starred Deidre Hall, John Clarke and Frances Reic. The series has been airing since 1965, following the lives of people living in the city of Salem; it’s won 228 awards, and has been nominated for 502 others, including four Primetime Emmys.

Is he married?

In 2005, Victor dated Katie Cleary, an American actress and producer perhaps known best for having produced the 2014 documentary movie “Give Me Shelter”. They were together for a couple of months, and he then date Monica Hansen, a Norwegian model, but this relationship was also short-lived.

There are rumors circulating the internet that Victor dated famous Canadian actress Serinda Swan back in 2008, but this hasn’t been confirmed. In 2009, he began dating Katrina Darrell who is an American actress and singer, and they were together for around four months, after which Victor started going out with famous American actress and model Krista Allen, known best for her appearance in the series “Days of Our Lives”. They were together for over a year before splitting for unknown reasons in the late 2010.

As of March 2021 and since 2017, Victor has been in a relationship with American model Shantel Van Santen, so he hasn’t married and doesn’t have children, although some sources claim that he has three children.

Early life and education

Victor was raised alongside his brother in Calgary, by their father John ‘Jack’ Webster who was a police officer, and their mother Roswitha who was a hair stylist.

He was quite a problematic teenager, as he and his friends often trespassed on other people’s property and got into fights, so as a way to channel his energy, Victor began practicing martial arts, eventually becoming a teacher himself. He also became interested in kick-boxing and is today an undefeated amateur kick-boxer, and holds a heavyweight black belt.

Victor also became interested in acting while attending a local high school, and appeared in plays performed at both his school and a local theatre. Upon matriculating in 1991, Victor enrolled at Saddleback Junior College, from which he graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1994.

The following three years saw him work various jobs, including as a stockbroker, as well as owning an import-export company.

Roles in TV series

Victor has now appeared in more than 80 movies and TV series, and we are going to mention some of his most notable performances in this article.

He made his debut TV series appearance (uncredited) in the 1998 romantic drama “Sunset Beach”, while he gained recognition in 2001 when cast to portray one of the lead characters, Brennan Mulwray in the action adventure drama “Mutant X”, created by Avi Arad and which also starred Victoria Pratt and Forbes March.

It follows a geneticist and four people whose genes he has altered as they are hiding from the government, while simultaneously searching for those similar to themselves. The series aired until 2004 and won two of the 15 awards it was nominated for.

The year 2006 saw Victor portray Coop in seven episodes of the critically acclaimed mystery fantasy drama “Charmed”, and in the following year he was cast to play the supporting character Dr. Christian Mario in the family drama “Lincoln Heights”, which starred Russell Hornsby, Nicki Micheaux and Erica Hubbard, and follows a family trying to help their community, as well as the convicts who are members of it. 2009 saw Victor portray Caleb Brewer in the popular romantic drama “Melrose Place”, while a couple of his following notable performances were in the 2010 crime comedy “Castle”, the 2013 action horror science fiction “Project: SERA”, and the 2015 action science fiction thriller “Continuum” which won 23 awards of the 75 it was nominated for.

Victor Webster

Three of Victor’s most recent roles in TV series have been in the 2019 comedy “Workin’ Moms”, the romantic mini-series “Matchmaker Mysteries”, and the romantic comedy “Five Star Christmas” both in 2020.

Roles in movies

Victor made his debut film appearance in the 2000 crime drama “The Chippendales Murder”, which failed to attract any attention and received mixed reviews. His first notable performance was in the 2003 comedy “Bringing Down the House”, written by Jason Filardi, directed by Adam Shankman, and which starred Steve Martin, Queen Latifah and Eugene Levy. It follows a lonely man who falls in love with a woman he meets on the internet but who’s in jail, and she then breaks out to be with him. It won four awards of the 17 it was nominated for.

Some of Victor’s following roles were in the 2005 romantic comedy “Dirty Love”, the 2007 action fantasy adventure “Sands of Oblivion”, and the 2008 drama “Heart of a Dragon”. His next notable performance was his portrayal of the supporting character Lopez in the 2009 action science fiction thriller “Surrogates”, which starred Bruce Willis, Radha Mitchell and Ving Rhames, and is about a futuristic world in which people live isolated and interact only with the help of surrogate robots; a police officer has to leave his home after years to learn who has been killing the surrogates.

Victor has since appeared in several mediocre movies, until in 2016 cast to portray the lead character Matthew Everston in the romantic comedy “Summer Villa”, which also starred Hilarie Burton and Emorphia Margaritis, and it follows a celebrity chef and a romance novelist as they meet at a French villa.

Three of Victor’s most recent roles in movies have been in the 2019 action “Wings Over Everest”, the romantic drama “Hearts of Winter” and the romantic comedy “Five Star Christmas”, both in 2020

Other credits

Victor received special thanks for the 2015 short film “The Making of Scorpion King 4: Quest for Power Dvd-extra”, and the 2016 short science fiction movie “Collider”.

He has appeared in many documentaries, such as the 2001 “Hollywood Digital Diaries”, the 2002 mini-series “I Love the ‘80s”, and the 2010 film “Taming the Dragon”.

Victor has also been invited to make a guest appearance in various talk-shows, such as “1st Look”, “IC Places Hollywood” and “Home & Family”.

Hobbies and other interests

Victor is physically very active, and has five to six training sessions at the gym each week, thus his muscular body. He still practices various sports today, and holds a black belt in both Brazilian Jiu Jitsu and Tae Kwon Do.

He is a huge fan of science fiction movies, his favorites being “Blade Runner”, “Inception” and “Edge of Tomorrow”. Victor believes that fans of such films are highly intelligent – he himself is fascinated by time travelling. As he stated in one of his interviews, he would like to go back in time, most likely to the 1920s because of the tuxedos which were worn back then, as well as the fancy cars that were driven.

He is a dog-lover, and has a pet dog.

Victor is keen on travelling, and his acting career has taken him all around, Canada while he’s also been to various US states and a couple of European countries.

Age, height and net worth

Victor age’s is 48. He has short brown hair and brown eyes, his height is 6ft 5ins (1.96m) and he weighs around 200lbs (91kgs).

As of March 2021, his net worth has been estimated at over $3 million.

Author

Robbie is currently a reporter for TheBiography based in Santa Monica, CA. Prior to joining TheBiography in December 2020, he was an entertainment reporter in People.

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