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Vin Diesel
Birthday: July 18, 1967

Birth Place: New York, New York, USA
Height: 6' 1"

Below is a complete filmography (list of movies he's appeared in) for Vin Diesel. If you have any corrections or additions, please email us at corrections@actorsofhollywood.com. We'd also be interested in any trivia or other information you have.



Actor, producer, writer, and director Vin Diesel had a charmed entry into the world of screen acting: after seeing Multi-Facial, a short that Diesel wrote, produced, financed, directed, and starred in, Steven Spielberg created the role of Private Caparzo specifically for the talented young newcomer in his Saving Private Ryan (1998).Born in New York City on July 18, 1967, Diesel made his stage debut at the age of seven in "Theatre for the New City," which was produced in Greenwich Village. He continued to be involved with the theatre throughout his adolescence, and he went on to attend the city's Hunter College, where his studies in creative writing led him to begin writing screenplays. Diesel became active in filmmaking in the early '90s, first earning notice for the short Multi-Facial, which was selected for screening at the 1995 Cannes Festival. He followed up Multi-Facial with his first feature-length film, 1997's Strays, an urban drama in which he cast himself as a gang boss whose love for a woman inspires him to try to change his ways. Written, directed, and produced by Diesel, the film was selected for competition at the 1997 Sundance Festival, which led to a deal with MTV to turn it into a series.Following the success of Saving Private Ryan, Diesel could be heard voicing the title character of the animated The Iron Giant (1999), another critically praised feature. He then starred with fellow young actors Giovanni Ribisi, Ben Affleck, Jamie Kennedy, and Nicky Katt in Boiler Room, an off-Wall Street drama that cast him as one of the members of a shady brokerage firm. He also flexed his sci-fi muscles in Pitch Black (2000), an interplanetary thriller that featured him and fellow Earthlings doing battle with a host of nasty alien mutants. Diesel jumped genres yet again as a devious, determined hot-rodder in The Fast and the Furious (2001), a cheeky, action-packed street racing picture in the vein of '50s exploitation flicks. The low-profile, star-free summer release left skid marks at the box office as it grossed over million dollars in its first weekend alone — more than enough to cover its production costs, and enough to lead many to believe that Diesel had finally arrived as a bankable leading man.Indeed Diesel was growing increasingly comfortable in his role as a tough guy action icon, though the ex-NYC club bouncer's prominant smirky scowl (usually accompanied by a hearty smile and laugh) proved almost a wink to his fans that while it worked well for him, he didn't take the image altogether seriously. The following year found Diesel teetering on the edge of mega-stardom with the release of his eagerly anticipated reteaming with The Fast and the Furious director Rob Cohen, XXX. With images of a bulky Diesel adorning movie theaters nationwide and an advertising campaign that left almost no viable stone unturned, the duo were undoubtably aiming to repeat the success of the muscle-car extravaganza. This time setting their sights on breathing life into the ailing secret agent action adventure genre, XXX's protagonist, a former extreme sports athlete recruited by the government to take on a dangerous mission, would prove a large-scale attempt at bringing James Bond style thrills into the 21st century.

Movie Credits
Hannibal the Conqueror (2008)
Hitman (2007)
Babylon A.D. (2007)
Rockfish (2007)
The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift (2006)
[ Bow Wow ][ Lucas Black ][ Zachery Ty Bryan ][ Sonny Chiba ][ Leonardo Nam ]
Find Me Guilty (2006)
[ Sidney Lumet ][ Linus Roache ][ Ron Silver ][ Alex Rocco ][ Peter Dinklage ]
The Pacifier (2005)
[ Lauren Graham ][ Brad Garrett ][ Tate Donovan ][ Chris Potter ][ Max Thieriot ]
The Chronicles of Riddick: Dark Fury (2004)
[ Dwight Schultz ][ Nick Chinlund ][ Rick Gomez ]
The Chronicles of Riddick (2004)
[ Karl Urban ][ Linus Roache ][ Nick Chinlund ][ Roger R. Cross ][ Terry Chen ]
The Chronicles of Riddick: Escape from Butcher Bay (2004)
[ Ron Perlman ][ Cole Hauser ][ Dwight Schultz ][ John Di Maggio ][ Michael Rooker ]
A Man Apart (2003)
[ Timothy Olyphant ][ Larenz Tate ][ Seal ]
xXx (2002)
[ Samuel L. Jackson ][ Danny Trejo ][ Marton Csokas ][ Tony Hawk ][ Pharrell Williams ]
Knockaround Guys (2001)
[ Seth Green ][ John Malkovich ][ Dennis Hopper ][ Barry Pepper ][ Tom Noonan ]
The Fast and the Furious (2001)
[ Paul Walker ][ Ted Levine ][ Ja Rule ][ Rick Yune ][ Matt Schulze ]
Boiler Room (2000)
[ Ben Affleck ][ Giovanni Ribisi ][ Scott Caan ][ Jamie Kennedy ][ Nicky Katt ]
Into Pitch Black (2000)
Pitch Black (2000)
[ Cole Hauser ]
Multi-Facial (1999)
The Iron Giant (1999)
[ Christopher McDonald ][ Harry Connick Jr. ][ John Mahoney ][ M. Emmet Walsh ][ Eli Marienthal ]
Saving Private Ryan (1998)
[ Tom Hanks ][ Matt Damon ][ Steven Spielberg ][ Giovanni Ribisi ][ Tom Sizemore ]
Strays (1997)
[ Mike Epps ]
Awakenings (1990)
[ Robert De Niro ][ Robin Williams ][ Peter Stormare ][ Max von Sydow ][ Bradley Whitford ]


  • He worked as a bouncer in New York at the famous nightclubs Tunnel (which has since closed) and Mars.
  • Has a fraternal twin brother, Paul Vincent, who is a film editor.
  • Has an Italian Mastiff named "Roman".
  • Has a younger sister, Samantha and a younger brother in addition to his fraternal twin, Paul.
  • Ranked #46 in Premiere's 2003 annual Power 100 List. Had ranked #95 in 2002.
  • He's an admitted fan of Dungeons and Dragons, and, according to an interview on _"Late Night with Conan O'Brian" (1993)_ , he played for 24 years.
  • Was offered the role of Matt Murdock/Daredevil in Daredevil (2003) that eventually went to Ben Affleck.
  • He is bi-racial, being half African-American and half Italian American
  • Producing partner with George Zakk. Their company is called One Race Productions.
  • Wrote an original screenplay titled "Doormen" (based on his experiences as a bouncer) as a follow-up to Strays (1997), his directorial debut. However, his acting career exploded and his plans to direct the film have fallen by the wayside.
  • During his teens, he performed breakdancing in an instructional video on the subject.
  • Credits the book "Feature Filmmaking at Used Car Prices" by Rick Schmidt as the one resource above all upon which he built his career. This book, according to Diesel, gave him the tools, knowledge, and most importantly, the inspiration to develop his short film _Multi-Facial (1994)_ , which he wrote, produced, directed and starred in.
  • He was cast opposite Ben Affleck in Reindeer Games (2000), but left the production shortly after filming began over concerns with the quality of Ehren Kruger's screenplay and creative differences with director John Frankenheimer.
  • Revolution Studios wanted him for the title role in Hellboy (2004), but director Guillermo del Toro thought that Ron Perlman was the perfect choice for the role, and wouldn't direct the movie if he wasn't cast.
  • Was listed as a potential nominee on both the 2003 and 2004 Razzie Award nominating ballots. He was listed as a suggestion for the Worst Actor category on the 2003 ballot for his performances in the films Knockaround Guys (2001) and xXx (2002). And was listed as a suggestion again on the nominating ballot in the Worst Actor category the next year for his role in A Man Apart (2003). He did not receive either nomination. The following year though, he finally received his first Razzie nomination for Worst Actor in the film The Chronicles of Riddick (2004). However he didn't "win".
  • Is the cousin of rapper/producer Kwame "The Boy Genius". Kwame says if you watch his old videos, you'll see Vin in a few of them.
  • Once worked as a telemarketer, selling light bulbs.
  • In addition to being considered for the role of Hellboy in 2004, he was also considered for the part of Abe Sapien.
  • Credits the book "Feature Filmmaking at Used Car Prices" by Rick Schmidt as the one resource above all upon which he built his career. This book, according to Diesel, gave him the tools, knowledge, and most importantly, the inspiration to develop his short film Multi-Facial (1994), which he wrote, produced, directed, and starred in.
  • He gained 35 pounds so he could portray 'Fat Jackie' in 'Find Me Guilty' (2006).
  • Attended Hunter College and got his jump start by Steven Spielberg just like fellow actors Sam Feuer and Edward Burns.

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