In 1986, he and his family moved to San Clemente, California, where he attended high school. Victor also attended Saddleback junior college, and began working as a stockbroker. He later owned and operated an import/export company, and then after moving to Los Angeles, he began acting.
In 1997, Victor appeared in 3 episodes on the NBC soap, Sunset Beach. In 1999, he landed a part as Nicholas Alamain on the NBC daytime soap opera, Days of Our Lives. Also in 1999, he was in the series on AMC called "The Lot"
In January 2000, Victor was on the cover of Play Girl Magazine.
In 2001, he was cast on the SF- action series Mutant X for three seasons, and while working on the series, he appeared in the film "Bringing Down the House".
In 2002, Victor was listed as one of People Magazine's "50 Most Eligible Bachelors".
In 2003, he played the boyfriend of Samantha on first episode of the final season of HBO's Sex and the City.
In 2006, Victor appeared in the final episodes of the series Charmed.
In 2009, he had a recurring role as Caleb Brewer on the re launched series of Melrose Place. In the same year, Victor played a con artist/serial killer in Season 5 of "Parasite of Criminal Minds", and he also guest starred in a murder mystery, Harper's Island.
In 2010, Victor had a small role in Tyler Perry's film "Why Did I Get Married Too."
In 2011, he had a recurring role on the show Castle.
Victor has made many appearances in both television, and in film. His last film was in 2012, called "Puppy Love", with Candace Cameron.
Victor also holds a black belt in Tae Kwon Do and taught, and competed in many different forms of martial arts. He holds an undefeated record as a heavyweight in both Tae Kwon Do competition and amateur kick boxing.
He is currently prepping for his next role.
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