Victoria Tennant is an English film and television actress. She trained at the Elmhurst Ballet School and the Central School for Speech and Drama in London before playing the title role in her first film, The Ragman's Daughter.
Extensive television work began with Emmy and Golden Globe nominations for the miniseries, The Winds of War. For the miniseries, War and Remembrance, she received her second Emmy nomination.
She wrote and co-produced the film Edie & Pen for HBO and produced Sister Mary Explains It All for Showtime with her producing partner and husband, Kirk Stambler.
Theatre work includes her Broadway debut as Lesbia Grantham in Getting Married (Circle-in-the-Square Theatre); and regionally, as Sister Aloysius Beauvier in Doubt, A Parable by John Patrick Shanley (Santa Barbara Theatre), The Vagina Monologues (Canon Theatre/Napa Valley Opera House), Misalliance (L.A. Theatre Works); Love Letters (Steppenwolf Theatre), and The Taming of the Shrew (Westport Playhouse).