Sometimes known as Kathrin Leichliter or Katina Vea. Born Katena Ktenavea in the Hell's Kitchen district of Manhattan on August 18th, 1923, the future TV and movie actress grew up in L.A. and began her acting career on the stage and radio in the late '40s. She made her film debut in the campy sci-fi adventure Mesa of Lost Women (1952); five years later she starred as the imperious Dr. Myra in director Jerry Warren's Teenage Zombies (1957) (She made $300 on that one), which led to a series of roles in Warren's impoverished productions. Always busy outside of acting (in modeling, real estate and in various jobs in the animated cartoon business), Victor felt that the stigma of being a regular in Warren's movies stymied her mainstream acting career. Kathrin passed away in West Hills, California on October 22nd, 2004 from complications after a stroke. She returned to Warren's fold in 1981's "Frankenstein Island" and also appeared in "Fugitive Rage" (1996) and "Superguy: Behind the Cape" (2000).