Following Edgmeont, Vikki landed a series regular role on Lifetime's Wild Card. Vikki's life in front of the camera came along with the unwelcome expectation that she would maintain a certain weight and body image. The pressure to be thin gave Vikki a new appreciation and understanding of and relationship to food. Soon, Vikki's interest in cooking and nutrition eclipsed her love of acting, and she set off to explore a career as a chef.
Chef Vikki's culinary education began when she took a trip abroad, and serendipitously met a chef on a train. That chance encounter on her second day in Paris led to incredible connections, and soon after she was able to apprentice in kitchens across Europe. With her unique background and wealth of knowledge she returned to the States and started working as a personal chef for Hollywood's A-list actors and personalities.
By understanding and relating to the pressures her clients face being in the public eye, Chef Vikki is able to cultivate trust and create balanced meals for each of her clients by making food as delicious as it is nutritious. For Chef Vikki, eating well is not about being on a restrictive diet, it is central to creating a fully balanced lifestyle.
Chef Vikki is now back in front of the camera, but this time she is doing what she loves most: motivating and teaching people how to cook and eat well so that they can feel their best every single day. Chef Vikki appears on the award winning cooking competition series, Recipe Rehab, airing weekends on CBS and streaming on Hulu.