Former dancer and illusionist Victoria Mara Aragüés Gadea is widely known for her vaginal magic show. Vicky Leyton and Sticky Vicky are some of her other professional monikers. On April 15, 1943, she was born in Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain.
Before starting her dance career, she studied classical ballet for 15 years. Together with her sister, a contortionist, she took part in a musical dance performance. A businessman gave her the stage name Vicky Leyton, which she continued to use for the rest of her life. Later, Leyton managed El Molino, a theatre on Avinguda del Parallel in Barcelona.
Vicky filed a lawsuit against Mara Rosa Pereira, a.k.a. “Sexy Barbara,” in 2001 for using the stage name Sticky Vicky without permission. Maria Rosa, who performed a similar play, registered the name Vicky used as her stage name. Vicky won at the Benidorm court, but the ruling was overturned on appeal by the Audiencia Provincial of Alicante, which determined that even if Vicky had won in the Benidorm court, the name might potentially be protected as a choreographic work.
A few days before having hip surgery in the fall of 2015, Vicky gave her last performance. In February 2016, she was given a uterine cancer diagnosis, and at the age of 72, she declared her retirement.
Does Sticky Vicky Have Any Children?
Sticky Vicky has two children although she never got married. She has a daughter named Maria Gadea Aragüés and a son named Eduardo Romero Aragüés.