Longmire Star Katee Sackhoff Grew Up Around Reservations. “Vic” Moretti Is A Different Action Heroine!

Longmire Star Katee Sackhoff Grew Up Around Reservations. “Vic” Moretti Is A Different Action Heroine!
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Longmire Star Katee Sackhoff

Longmire Star Katee Sackhoff

Actress Katee Sackhoff currently stars in the A&E series Longmire as Deputy Sheriff Victoria “Vic” Moretti (2012–present). Vic is a tough woman, but also friendly and pretty, who always helps Sheriff Walt Longmire. But what do you know about the actress? Once she said that she would like to think that she is a really strong, tough person, but “I’m not. I’m a very, very needy person. I’m very insecure. I’m very impressionable.”

Longmire TV show

Longmire TV show

However, she has other common points with Vic. For example, her knowledge about reservations.

“I grew up in Oregon so I grew up around reservations, so I’ve always kind of had this knowledge. Not a tremendous amount of knowledge, but an outsider’s knowledge of what reservation life was like.” Katee Sackhoff.

Yareah quote of the day is by Katee Sackhoff, because we love Vic Moretti and the way that Sackhoff plays an action heroine.

“I am tired of women playing action heroes like men, because they are not men. But sometimes they are written like men.” Katee Sackhoff.

In fact, Vic is always feminine, and this is one of the best things of Longmire TV show. Don’t you think so?

The third season of Longmire finished on August 28, 2014. Then, Warner Horizon Television shopped it to other networks, and on November 19, 2014, the series was renewed for a fourth season, which will air on Netflix on September 10, 2015.

What do you expect from Longmire season 4? Tell us your opinion now!

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Katee Sackhoff is also known for playing Lieutenant Kara “Starbuck” Thrace on the Sci Fi Channel’s television program Battlestar Galactica (2003–2009). She was nominated for four Saturn Awards for her work on Battlestar Galactica, winning the award for Best Supporting Actress on Television in 2005.

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View Comments (4)
  • Mundyboy

    I am totally infatuated with Katee Sackhoff. I do not care where the story line of
    Longmire goes as long as Katee is in every episode.

  • “I am tired of women playing action heroes like men, because they are
    not men. But sometimes they are written like men.” Katee Sackhoff.

    That is exactly why she has always been on my list of “Strong Female Characters” that I have kept track of for years. What she said is exactly the way I feel. Along with Katee and her alter egos, I also have Sigourney Weaver as Ripley and Linda Hamilton as Sarah Conner. They are all strong/action women that are very much women too. There are others.

  • Carolyn Henderson

    I once was around 4 women internationally working for a computer repair company. All my co-workers were men. Vic really catches that situation wonderfully on these shows. She’s even better in all the books!

  • capmotion

    I agree that Vic has proven that to be a female hero she need not be simply a distaff male hero, but instead can be a woman, a beautiful woman, and feminine in her heroic actions and outlooks. Longmire would not be the great success it is without our wonderful Deputy Vic! You go, Deputy Vic!

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