The Canadian actress and dancer Victoria Baldesarra is known for her role in Family Channel’s drama series The Next Step as Michelle. Age 20, She is a rising star whose net worth, as of June 2019, ranges over millions of dollars.
Victoria Baldesarra was born on 28 July 1998 in Bolton, Toronto, She is Canadian by nationality who belongs to the Caucasian ethnicity. She is the daughter of father Tulio Baldesarra and mother Cherlann Baldesarra.
She grew up in Canada alongside her brother Alec Baldesarra, and graduated from St. Thomas Catholic Secondary School, Ontario, also she complected dancing training from Jo-Anne Chapman School of Dance.
The Canadian actor, as of June 2019, seems to be single, as she keeps her personal life secret and does not want to share it with the media but it is hard to believe she is single.
In her Instagram, she has posted many photos with Canadian actor and model Evan Pitcher. They look happy together but they both haven’t spoken any words about their relationship either he could befriend or she is dating him.
Victoria Baldesarra has gathered a large number of fans from her role in The Next Step. She has managed to accumulate a net worth of $1 million, as of June 2019. Similar to the German interior designer Wanda Hutchins.
She started her career as a dancer and started playing in a variety of show at the age of three. Since 2013, she has been involved with The Next Step from season one. Her salary per episode is reported to be around $75 thousand.
Victoria Baldesarra started dancing at the age of three, she was very energetic as a child, and her parents send her to dance school, which is how she got in the dance field. She was good in dance and was the part of the Team Canada’s Dance Team.
In the year 2010, she earned a bronze medal through the team at Lolington. She was thirteen years of age when she was called for an audition for The Next Step. she also reprised her role for the spin-off show Lost & Found Music Studios in 2015.
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