Vic graduated from the BA Acting program in the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland with the Principal's Award for All-Round Excellence in the School of Drama, Dance, Production and Screen.
Credits during training include Su-Lin and Jess in Tanya Ronder's Table which ran at the Citizens Theatre in Glasgow and the Cockpit Theatre in London. She played Queen Socktopus, Fifi the Fairy and Rocky the Sock in Simon's Magical Christmas Socks at the Citizens Theatre for the month of December, prior to which she was Amelia in Lorca's The House of Bernarda Alba.
Vic was also a director for The Arches' Crossing The Lines program, in which she developed an experimental piece of David Leddy's Pater Noster.
At the conservatoire, Vic is trained in the Nadine George Technique, Lecoq, radio work, screen technique, accents and dialects.
A supporter of the Equality & Diversity movement, Vic produced the art exhibition Disnegated and a radio program, One Foot In This Space, to give marginalised voices a platform.