Victory Tischler-Blue

Victory Tischler-Blue (born September 16, 1959) is an American film producer, director, writer, musician and photographer. She was born and raised in Newport Beach, California. Tischler-Blue began working in the entertainment industry at age 17, using the name Vicki Blue as the bassist in the American all-girl teenage rock band The Runaways. After the demise of the band, she was cast as Cindy by director Rob Reiner in This Is Spinal Tap. Her film Edgeplay was based on Tischler-Blue’s tenure in The Runaways.


Vicki Blue auditioned for The Runaways after bassist, Jackie Fox, left the band in the summer of 1977. Vicki Blue did well in her audition and became The Runaways’ new bassist. Vicki played bass on The Runaways fourth studio album, Waitin’ for the Night,[3] and toured with them from fall of 1977 to late 1978. Vicki left the band before they started recording And Now… The Runaways, however, she was credited for playing bass on that album.

Vicki sang back up vocals on Girlschool’s album Play Dirty released on November 8, 1983.


Vicki Blue played Cindy in This Is Spinal Tap[4] and herself in The Return of Bruno. Vicki loves filmmaking so much that most of her career after The Runaways has consisted of producing, directing, and writing movies. Her best known release is Edgeplay: A Film About the Runaways. Vicki worked with former bandmate Lita Ford, by producing Lita’s music video for her new single “Mother”.


In 2004, Tischler-Blue released Edgeplay: A Film About the Runaways. It was picked up by Showtime Networks and Rob Reiner said – “I was mesmerized… This incredibly honest rock documentary film goes to 11”. A 2010 film about The Runaways, starring Kristen Stewart, Dakota Fanning and Michael Shannon cites Tischler-Blue’s Edgeplay as an inspiration for elements of the film.


Year Film Role Notes
1984 This is Spinal Tap Cindy
1987 The Return of Bruno herself
2005 Edgeplay: A Film About the Runaways herself

Current projects

As of 2010, Tischler-Blue was the executive producer of two television programs that premiered in that year, El Guitarrista and The Rarebirds.

Tischler-Blue produced the official music video for Suzi Quatro’s “Strict Machine”, a track from her album In the Spotlight (2011). This track is a cover of Goldfrapp’s “Strict Machine”, but Quatro’s version of the song contains two extra lines from her own number one hit “Can The Can” (in order to show the similarity of the two songs’ tunes).[11] On November 16, 2011 the official music video was released via the SUZI QUATRO OFFICIAL YouTube channel. It includes live footage from Quatro’s Sept/Oct 2011 Rocks The Spotlight Tour of Australia and the extra two lines from “Can The Can”.

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