Victor Webster was born in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. The son of a police officer and a hair-stylist, Webster was interested in acting from a very early age. Participating in many school plays and theater classes helped him to realize his love of the art. Having never lost his passion for acting he chose to venture into the business world to try and carve out a life for himself. Years as a stockbroker and then owner of an import export company left him feeling unfulfilled. A chance encounter then provided him an opportunity to pursue his dream.
It was at this point that Webster was approached for an acting gig. He got that job and wound up starring on an NBC daytime series. He immediately followed that with a starring role on the Emmy® Award winning AMC Network series "The Lot" and then the number one nationally syndicated action series "Mutant X". With this Webster caught the attention of People Magazine and was named one of their "50 Most Eligible Bachelors." He then began his film career in the box office smash "Bringing Down the House" and currently has two films scheduled for release this year and three in pre-production.
As a teenager, he frequently found himself in trouble because of his misguided behavior. Martial arts proved to be the perfect outlet. Webster spent many years teaching and competing, achieving an undefeated record in the heavy weight Black Belt division, as well as an undefeated record as an amateur kick-boxer.