Stephani Victor was on her way to fulfilling her dream of being an actress as a recent graduate of USC’s film school when her life took an unexpected turn. In 1995, she was loading her car when an out-of-control car veered into her driveway and pinned her against her vehicle. In order to save her life, both of her legs were amputated. While in intensive care, the actress/film director had a dream of making a documentary film about her recovery. Suddenly her life’s worst tragedy became the backdrop of her most important film, “The Lengths I Will Go”. Three years and 11 reconstructive surgeries later, she took her first adaptive skiing lesson. Since then, she has won five Paralympic medals, four World Championship titles and five Overall World Cup titles.