Victoria Carroll
Victoria Carroll appeared as Tina, Janet's boss and fellow aerobics instructor at the spa where she volunteers on Three's Company.
Personal Information
Gender: Female
Birth name: Victoria Carrol
Born: (1941-01-21) January 21, 1941 (age 77)
Birthplace: Los Angeles, CA, U.S.
Career/Family Information
Actress/Voice over artist
Years active: 1966-present
Spouse(s): Michael Bell, 1968-present
Children: Ashley Bell (actress, born 1986)
Character information
Appeared on: Appearance on Three's Company
Character played: Tina in the episode titled "Janet Shapes Up" in Season 8
Three's Company Script

Victoria Carroll, or Victoria Carrol-Bell (born Victoria Carrol January 21, 1941) appeared as aerobics instructor Tina in the Three's Company episode titled "Janet Shapes Up". She is married to veteran voice and character actor Michael Bell, who also made two guest appearances on the series.


Victoria has made appearances on TV shows from 1960s-present. In 1964 she played a nurse on McHale's Navy. In 1967 she had a small role on The Beverly Hillbillies. In 1970 she appeared on Hogan's Heroes. In 1982 she played Dottie in one episode of Dynasty, and in 1982-1983, she made several appearances on Gimme a Break[1] and more. She was Marie Massey (Mel's girlfriend) in Alice (1978–1984). In 1969, she played the go-go dancer in the horror film Nightmare in Wax.

Voice over work

Victoria, like her husband Michael, is also a famous a voice artist. Among her voice over roles in cartoons are:

  • The Incredible Hulk as the She-Hulk
  • Darkwing Duck as Doctor Beatrice Brute
  • Batman the Animated Series as Matron
  • Scooby-Doo Meets the Boo Brothers as Sadie-Mae Scroggins
  • the 13 Ghosts of Scooby-Doo as Kangaroo Waitress
  • Pound Puppies as Doc West
  • Wildfire (1986 TV series) as Mrs. Ashworth
  • The Mask: The Animated Series as Doctor Amelia Chronos
  • The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy as Dog Show Judge[2]

Personal life

Carroll married fellow voice actor Michael Bell in 1968. They have a daughter, Ashley Bell, who is also an actress.


  1. "TV listings". Daytona Beach Morning Journal (17 November 1983).,782975&dq=victoria-carroll+hogan%27s-heroes&hl=en. Retrieved 3 April 2010.

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