Virginia Kingston is an actress, model, writer, director, producer and entrepreneur from Kingston, Ontario, Canada.

From an early age Virginia was cast in leading roles in her elementary and high school musical productions. Her interest in culture and travel brought her to Ireland where she spent time with the prestigious Galway Youth Theatre. Following this Virginia was accepted in to The Players Academy Acting Conservatory in Toronto, Canada.

Continuing to train, Virginia moved to Los Angeles to study at UCLA Extension receiving the Laura Hummel International Student Scholarship and obtaining a Certificate in Entertainment Media, specializing in acting, directing and producing.  Putting those skills immediately into practice, she co-produced and starred in the East Coast Premiere of the Pulitzer winning prize play, ‘Doubt; A Parable’, in Saint John’s, Newfoundland, Canada.

Her directorial debut was a one-woman fringe show called Beat Me Around the Bush. Seeking to push her own boundaries and create pieces with strong female characters she wrote, directed, produced and acted in 3 of her own short films called Boots, Obsession and La Via Dolce.  Currently her first feature film is in development, a coming of age musical.
She recently published her first children’s books called "Donutina is Born" which she wrote and illustrated about the hole of a donut contending with an identity crisis.

As a model Virginia is regularly featured in a variety of national commercial and print campaigns.