Today on the Rarified Heir Podcast, it’s Halloween in May as we talk to Victoria Price (and her dog Allie), daughter of the great Vincent Price. Victoria is a truly wonderful guest – smart, engaging, thoughtful, self-reflective and more. Perhaps that goes hand in hand with her life and career of finding joy (which we discuss) as well as being an inspirational speaker, author, holistic entrepreneur and ‘family brand ambassador’ for her father and her terrific mother, costumer designer Mary Grant.
We had pages of notes, things we wanted to ask Victoria and somehow, we barely even looked at them. Our interview somehow turned into a fun, insightful conversation. We of course discuss her father’s acting career, his love of food, how he loved being a public figure, his artwork and so on. However our conversation became more about growing up as the ‘family brand ambassador’ (there’s that word again), her education from a young age that people wanted to be associated with her father more than her or her artwork and how much fun it was to be with her dad just trying to find the best taquito in Los Angeles. We also learned about how and why Vincent became such a foodie via his family roots, her mother’s designing gigs on Broadway and in film and how important it was that her parents remained cordial after their divorce.
Along the way we discuss The Kenley Players, Hamburger Hamlet, Carol Burnett, crème brule, The Witchfinder General, Sears department stores, Broadway, Nat King Cole and much more. We thank you for taking a listen to Victoria Price on the episode of the Rarified Heir Podcast who is coming up now. Everyone has a story.
05/16/23 • 98 min
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