Vicki Juditz is an actress, comedian, writer, and spoken-word artist. “I take experiences from my life and craft them into monologues that hopefully shed light on universal truths.” As stated by the Los Angeles Times, “Vicki Juditz is a born storyteller. What sets her writing, and her performance, apart is her sense of humor and eye for the incongruous and ridiculous.”
Born and raised in rural Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, Vicki attended Bucknell University, “ . . . where I was miserable for four years but did a lot of theater.” She left for summer stock the day she graduated and moved to New York City that fall. “I adored NYC and made a great living acting in commercials, then followed my boyfriend to LA and later married him.”
Vicki has appeared in countless TV commercials and sitcoms. She’s performed her original stories at festivals and theaters across the country, including the National Storytelling Festival, where she will again be performing October 6–8. Her stories have aired on The Moth Radio Hour, and KCRW’s UnFictional. Her one-woman show, Teshuvah/Return: Stories of Personal Transformation, was nominated for an LA Weekly Award and an Ovation Award.
Currently, she devotes any free moment to political activism.