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Victoria Unikel is an award-winning and acclaimed artist known for her versatility and scandalous works. She stands out as a prominent figure in the entertainment industry across two continents.

As an international celebrity, Unikel has been featured in Forbes, ELLE, L'Officiel, OK Magazine, The Sun, The Independent and many others.

Unikel has garnered attention as a writer, painter, performer, producer, and media mogul.

Having a top-notch education in music and acting, she has played numerous roles in film, TV, and stage performances in various countries including the US, France, Germany, Russia, and Ukraine.

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In the art world, Unikel is known as a painter and mixed-media artist, exhibiting her work in galleries since 2008.

Her work sold at celebrity charity auctions such as Make-A-Wish Foundation of Florida and MOSAIC Federation Gala against human trafficking and slavery, held at New York’s Cipriani on 42 Street, where she was awarded the Top Art prize.

Unikel's music has been featured in international films, and she's produced successful projects published by The Orchard, a Sony Music Entertainment subsidiary, selling over 200,000 albums globally.

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As a writer, V. Unikel has written numerous screenplays and books.

With a lifelong passion for sharing her beliefs with younger audiences, she's embarking on her debut as a novelist, starting with the thrilling children’s Sci-Fi novel Emma + Luke = Disappear to Nowhere. The first book is scheduled for release on September 1, 2024.

Victoria is also developing a series of graphic novels based on her Exorcista Superhero planned for release at the end of 2024.

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Charity

In addition to her artistic endeavors, Victoria is an active supporter of various social causes. She has worked with organizations like the non-profit AIDS Foundation in Berlin, Germany, and the Make-A-Wish Foundation in the United States. She is also a staunch advocate for the LGBT community.

Victoria's contributions to society were recognized when she received an award, in a star-studded 2019 celebrity gala, from MOSAIC federation (international organization of CIA, FBI, and other intelligence and law enforcement agencies) for helping in the fight against human slavery and trafficking.

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Business

Being a successful serial entrepreneur, Victoria Unikel founded and leads several companies and has been called a ‘media mogul’ by Forbes and The Sun.

Among her companies are VUGA Media Group, VUGA Enterprises, VUGA Publishing, 24Fashion TV™, Gossip Stone TV, and 2 tech companies Edison Aerospace, and Shoreline Protection Technology.

VUGA Media Group is a media and marketing company that works with over 800 top international publications to build their clients’ brands, personal and corporate.

VUGA Enterprises stands out as the operator of over 100 digital newspapers and magazines, drawing in an impressive 15 million unique visitors monthly.

VUGA Publishing is a book publisher, distributing works through Barnes & Noble, Apple, Amazon Kindle, and Goodreads.

Gossip Stone TV is a popular American celebrity reality TV channel available on Roku TV, Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, and its iOS app.

24Fashion TV™ is an American fashion channel with a global reach, broadcasting to industry professionals and the general public via Amazon Fire TV, Roku TV, and iOS platforms. Notably, 24Fashion TV has served as a media sponsor for significant fashion events across the United States, Europe, and the Middle East.

EDISON AEROSPACE is an American company applying modern technology to move Agriculture and US Defense industry into the 21st Century.

Shoreline Protection Technology is dedicated to safeguarding the world's coastal ecosystems while enhancing the natural beauty and resilience of our shorelines.

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