Victoria Gotti is an American writer and a television personality, best known as the daughter of late mafia boss John Gotti. Born and raised in New York City, Victoria grew up among four siblings in a lower middle class family. Her father was not around for much of her childhood, but despite everything, she loved and admired her father all her life. She was good in academics and after completing her high school at the age of 15, she graduated from St. John’s University and embarked on a career as a writer. Throughout her career as an author, she has written books such as ‘Women and Mitral Valve Prolapse’, ‘Superstar’, ‘I’ll Be Watching You’ and ‘The Senator’s Daughter’. She had a fairly successful and acclaimed career as an author. In August 2004, she appeared on the reality show titled ‘Growing Up Gotti’ with three of her sons and later appeared in reality shows such as ‘Celebrity Apprentice’, ‘Mob Wives’ and ‘The Real Housewives of New Jersey’. In 2019, she served as the executive producer and narrator of the documentary film titled ‘Victoria Gotti: My Father’s Daughter’.