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Victoria Paige Meyerink
|Known for||The Danny Kaye Show|
|Awards||Young Artist Former Child Star "Lifetime Achievement" Award|
Montreal World Film Festival Excellence in Producing Award
Victoria Paige Meyerink (born December 27, 1960) is an award-winning producer and former child actress. At the age of four, Meyerink became Danny Kaye's co-star on the CBS variety series The Danny Kaye Show and, in 2006, was honored by the Young Artist Foundation with its Former Child Star "Lifetime Achievement" Award for her role on the series.
The daughter of actress Jeanne Baird, Meyerink became a model when she was two and a half years old. Although she received a season-long contract to perform on The Danny Kaye Show, she left the program after the laughter of the audience began to upset her.
She went on to co-star with Anne Francis in Brainstorm, with Clint Walker in The Night of the Grizzly and with Elvis Presley in Speedway. On television she guest-starred on such notable shows as Green Acres, My Three Sons and Family Affair.
As an adult, she was, at one time, the youngest female film producer in the film industry; producing the film Young Warriors at the age of twenty-two. In addition to Young Warriors, Meyerink produced Night Force and Finding Home, for which she received the Montreal World Film Festival Excellence in Producing Award.
|Actress – Film|
|1966||The Night of the Grizzly||Gypsy Cole|
|1971||The Andromeda Strain||Unknown||Uncredited|
|1972||Gidget Gets Married||Janie||TV movie|
|1976||Time Travelers||Betty||TV movie|
|1976||Joy Ride: An Auto Theft||Vicky||Educational Short|
|1977||Don't Push, I'll Charge When I'm Ready||Lauren||TV movie|
|Actress – Television|
|1963||The Littlest Hobo||Unknown||(unknown episodes)|
|1964–1967||The Danny Kaye Show||Herself||(unknown episodes)|
|1967||Tarzan||Mandy||"Jungle Dragnet" (1 episode)|
|1968||The Name of the Game||Nancy Farrell||"Nightmare" (1 episode)|
|1970||Green Acres||Lori Baker||"Oliver Goes Broke"|
"A Royal Love Story"
"The Coming-Out Party"
"The City Kids" (5 episodes)
|1971||My Three Sons||Margaret Spencer||"The Love God" (1 episode)|
|1970–1971||Family Affair||Cindy, Girl, Angela Clayton||"Grandpa, Sir"|
"Buffy's Fair Lady" (3 episodes)
|1971||Adam-12||Denise||"Log 125: A Safe Job" (1 episode)|
|1978||ABC Afterschool Special||Melissa Harrington||"It Isn't Easy Being a Teenage Millionaire" (1 episode)|
|1985||Our Time||Herself||"Episode No. 1.7" (1 episode)|
|1983||The Graduates of Malibu High||Producer||Also known as Young Warriors|
|1991||Primadonnas: Rebels Without a Clue||Producer||Also known as Social Suidcide|
- Brown, Maressa (March 23, 2006). "Variety – Meyerink gets life kudos". Variety.com. Retrieved April 4, 2011.
- "27th Annual Young Artist Awards". YoungArtistAwards.org. Retrieved March 31, 2011.
- Hopper, Hedda (April 13, 1965). "Victoria Next Big Child Star?". The Los Angeles Times. California, Los Angeles. p. Part IV -- p. 15. Retrieved January 7, 2019 – via Newspapers.com.