Born November 27, 1979 in Krasnokamensk, Chita Oblast.
Came to Moscow at the age of 16. Worked as a waitress and a secretary in a company producing plastic windows.
Television presenter of the program "Cosmopolitan. Video version" on TNT since September 2007. A former participant in the reality show Dom-2 on the TNT channel, in which she stayed for 11 months.
In 2000, she went to the US for the first time. In 2001, she represented Russia at the Miss Earth beauty pageant. But she didn't make it to the finals. Since May 9, 2006, Victoria Bonya was a participant in the reality show "Dom-2", which she left on April 12, 2007. After "Dom-2", Victoria Bonya began hosting a program on Family Radio. In May 2007, she was included in the list of the "50 Most Beautiful People in Moscow" by TimeOut Moscow magazine.
On September 29, 2007, she became the host of Cosmopolitan. Video version" on TNT. In September 2007, she appeared in a photo shoot for the Russian version of Penthouse magazine, and in December she appeared on the cover of Maxim magazine.
In March 2008, Bonya was the face of Russian fashion designer Antonina Shapovalova's "Russian Matryoshkas Are Coming" fashion show at Moscow Fashion Week. In June, she became the heroine of a photo project for the automotive company Goodyear.
In 2007, she starred in the film "The Beauty of Love" directed by Maxim Voronkov together with Elena Proklova, Elia Chavez and Mikhail Vladimirov.
In 2008, she starred in the music video of the Russian hip-hop/R'n'B singer Timati for the song "Don't Go Crazy".
Bonya made her debut in the film "And Mama's Better!", which premiered in September 2010.
In 2009, Victoria starred in the music video of the famous Russian singer Dima Bilan for the romantic composition "Lady".
In 2010, she starred in a music video of a new Russian rock singer GeKap for the song "You're Such" as a bitch. The same year, as Paulina, she participated in the filming of the TV series Univer. She became the face of the portal StarLook.Ru.
In late 2010 the programme "Cosmopolitan.Video version" was shut down, and Viktoria became the presenter of the programme "Love Machine" on MTV.
In 2011, she starred in the music video of the singer Maksim for the song "How to Fly".