Who is Victoria Scott D’Angelo? Victoria Scott D’Angelo Bio/Wiki
Victoria Scott D’Angelo, the late wife of Chuck Yeager, is an aspiring actress.
D’Angelo was a junior of her husband for 36 years – and younger than Yeager’s own children.
She grew up in a wealthy Philadelphia family. Her father was a lawyer, and her mother was a social worker, who was in the spotlight briefly to persuade Betty Ford to go public with her alcoholism.
Aspiring actress Victoria graduated with a drama degree in 1980 from the University of Virginia. She returned to school after trying her hand at acting jobs and obtained a business degree from Columbia University in 1985.
As a matter of coincidence, Victoria landed her first job. She spotted a film crew waiting to catch a train, which happened to be shooting the Harrison Ford movie “Witness”
Victoria landed herself in the film with a small role after introducing herself to the crew. She caught the acting bug then and headed out into Hollywood to pursue her dreams. But work was tough, and by sneaking into Hollywood parties, Victoria tried to further her career, hoping to make connections.
“She was referred to as the “Queen of the Wannabes” in a 1998 Los Angeles Times article.
Victoria supposedly made a living filing small-claim suits with no acting prospects.
Court records reveal more than 30 cases filed between 1988 and 1998 by and against her, including claims against airlines for loss of luggage and against a telephone company for being static on the line.
Chuck Yeager And Victoria Scott D’Angelo
In March 2000, Yeager and D’Angelo met when they bumped into one another while hiking in Los Angeles.
They began dating, and married in August 2003, three years later.
The couple lived in the Penn Valley, California, together.
Victoria announced the news on her Twitter page after her husband passed away on December 7, 2020.
Who is Chuck Yeager?
Charles Elwood Yeager was an officer, flying ace, and record-setting test pilot of the United States Air Force. He was born on February 13, 1923, in Myra, West Virginia.
He became the first pilot in history in 1947 to be confirmed to have achieved sound velocity in level flight. He died in a Los Angeles hospital at the age of 97 on the evening of December 7, 2020.