Victoria Vantoch is an American writer known for the famous book “The Threesome Handbook”. Call her an expert on sex, Victoria is a sexuality historian. She is also a journalist, with most of her work appearing in major media houses such as the Los Angeles Times, U.S. News & World Report, and The Washington Post.
Victoria Vantoch Married/Husband
Vicki is married to Misha Collins. If you’re a fan of the CW television series Supernatural, you know him as the angel Castiel, a role he’s been playing since 2008.
Mischa married Vicki on October 6, 2001, and the couple has remained a couple ever since. They met in high school, where they attended the same English class where Mischa was the only boy. The couple renewed their vows in 2011 in a supermarket where they dressed in women’s clothes.
They have two children together, a son named West Anaximander Collins, born September 23, 2010, and a daughter named Maison Marie, born September 25, 2012.
Misha often exchanges pictures of her children through his social media platforms.
And if Vicki listens to what her two kids are saying, there could be a third child on the way…
Victoria’s husband Misha was born on August 20, 1974, as Dmitri Tippens Krushnic in Boston, Massachusetts. His parents are Richard Krushnic and Rebecca Tippens.
Since his childhood, he was nicknamed Misha after his mother had a Russian ex-boyfriend and the name stuck. His other stage name Collins was the maiden name of his great-grandmother. He chose the name Misha Collin because he thought it would flow much better in terms of acting.
After graduating from Northfield Mount Hermon School Mischa attended the University of Chicago where he studied social theory. To graduate college, Mischa worked as a carpenter. He used his carpentry skills to build a house for his family from scratch, along with most of the furniture in it.
During his studies, Mischa completed a four-month internship at the White House in the office of the presidential staff during the Clinton administration. Misha also worked at the headquarters of National Public Radio in DC. He graduated from college with honors.
Misha began his career in the late 1990s and took small roles in television shows such as Legacy and Chared. Throughout his career, he took on the role of NYPD Blue and a recurring role as Alexis Drazen in Year 24.
Other notable shows Misha has appeared on include CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, ER, NCIS, Without a Trace, and more. His biggest and most notable role, however, was in Supernatural. His role in Supernatural has earned him two People’s Choice Awards, including the 2016 Favourite Sci-Fi/Fantasy TV Actor Award.
Besides acting, Mischa is also a published poet. Some of his poems are “Baby Pants” and “Old Bones”. His poems have been published in “The California Quarterly”, “The Columbia Poetry Review” and other literary magazines.
Mischa is also a charitable person. He is the founder of the largest international scavenger hunt the world has ever seen (GISHWHES). He was founded in 2011 and holds the Guinness World Record for the most pledges to perform an act of kindness.
Victoria Vantoch Wiki/Age/Biography
Vicki has a lower celebrity status, so very little information about her is available to the public. She doesn’t even have a social media account, and even on her husband’s pages, who is relatively active, Victoria rarely appears.
Vicki was born on January 30, 1974, in Riverdale, Illinois, United States. In addition to her marriage to Misha, Victoria attracted a lot of media attention in 2007 when she published her first book entitled “The Threesome Handbook”: Make the most of your favorite fantasy – the ultimate guide for three-course singles and couples”.
On the Goodreads page of the book, it is described as “A Step-by-Step Guide to Realizing the American Dream, The Threesome Handbook”: A Practical Guide to Sleeping with Three is the first book to give tri-curious men and women a glimpse of the three-way story.
In addition to sex, Victoria also writes about other topics such as architectural conservation and fashion. Vicki attended the University of Southern California, where she received her Ph.D. in history. She has taught history to students and lectured at places such as the Library of Congress and the National Air and Space Museum.
Her second book, to be published in 2013, is entitled “The Jet Sex: Flight Attendants and the Making of an American Icon”.