Mallory made her Broadway debut when Richard Rodgers chose her to star as Maria in the first revival of "West Side Story" at Lincoln Center. She then went on to play Lili in City Center's revival of "Carnival." Mallory originated the role of Young Heidi in the Harold Prince/Stephen Sondheim production of "Follies" as well as the starring role of Anne Egerman in "A Little Night Music."
Throughout her career, Mallory has graced the stages of the nation's major summer stock and regional theaters. The Los Angeles Civic Light Opera, the Pittsburgh CLO, the St. Louis Muny Opera, Atlanta's Theater Of The Stars, Kansas City Starlight, Dallas Summer Musicals, Utah's Pioneer Theatre Company, The Irish Repertory Theatre in NYC, and others have presented her in virtually every Leading Lady role in musical theater. Among these, she has appeared as Christine/Carlotta in "The Phantom of the Opera," Magnolia in "Showboat," Kate in "Kiss Me Kate," Marian in "The Music Man," Lili in "The Secret Garden," Sarah in "Guys and Dolls," Maria in "The Sound of Music," and Abigail in "1776."
|"Singin', Swingin' and All That Jazz" aired on CBS in 1977.|
Her other television credits included guest starring roles on Everwood, Touched By An Angel, Promised Land, the female lead in the made-for-television movie Unabomber: The True Story, and three CBS musical specials, The Emperor's New Clothes, Aladdin, and After Hours: Singin', Swingin' and All That Jazz, for which she received an Emmy nomination.
Mallory continued to perform in recent years, while teaching professionals, adults and youngsters at The Voice Studio in New York City.
She leaves behind her husband Mark Lambert, and daughter Ramona Mallory Lambert, also an actress.
|Victoria Mallory and the cast of The Young and the Restless in 1982.|
Below is a 1982 opening from The Young and the Restless which features Mallory alongside Jaime Lyn Bauer, who played her sister, Lorie Brooks.