Victoria Pedretti is one of those lucky actors who got to start her amazing career with an amazing art piece.
Do you remember the girl who saw the broken-neck man in “Haunting of the Hill House?” Yes, the youngest sibling is Victoria Pedretti.
Most of you might not know, but “Haunting of the Hill House” was her very first project, and she really performed well, which is the reason she is already shooting for another.
But how did she become so successful and popular by doing just one Netflix series? There are other actors struggling for years, aren’t there?
Look, success is not about working hard all the time. It’s about choice too. Most actors who are just starting off with their careers tend to choose projects that are not supposed to work well.
But they take it anyway because they just don’t want to miss an opportunity. There is nothing wrong with it, though. But if you are an actor, read the script first.
“Haunting of the Hill House” is a Netflix series based on a novel of the same name.
The story is interesting, terrifying, and emotional at the same time. And this is something that made her popular.
So, am I saying that she does not have any talent? Nope! Not at all. She is super talented! If you haven’t seen her in the series, I recommend you to go and watch it.
How Did She Do It?
Victoria Pedretti was not a good student in her school and never enjoyed studying. But she was pretty quick to recognize that she loved acting.
Then what? You can see her rocking the screen. But was it all easy for her to work on her first project? No, it wasn’t. In a recent interview, Victoria stated that she was terrified and super nervous.
But one advantage that the actor got was that she got the chance to work with some spectacular actors in that series.
Moreover, Victoria said that she used to look at the performances of other actors and learn from them. She was being inspired and working at the same time.
Perhaps this is the reason that she was able to portray those complex emotions so elegantly. The series portrays the guilt and fears of humans as ghosts. Yes, it’s philosophical.
All the siblings go through some traumatic events which seem paranormal, but in the end, we come to know that their secrets, insecurities, and guilt are haunting them.
Her story reminds me of Halle Bailey; though she wasn’t working for the first time when she did Ariel, it was the moment she recognized herself as an actor, and since then, the actor has become unstoppable.
I think when actors realize that they are working on a good project and they feel satisfied, it enhances their performances. Hence, it is not about luck or hard work. Sometimes, it’s about the choices an actor makes.