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Vince Vaughn
Birthday: March 28, 1970

Birth Place: Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA
Height: 6' 5"

Below is a complete filmography (list of movies he's appeared in) for Vince Vaughn. 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.



An actor whose strong features and sinewy 6'4" physique make him appear to have been chiseled from a slab of testosterone, Vince Vaughn is Hollywood's closest human approximation of a Chevy pick-up. Rangy, solid, and all-American in a dirt, sweat, and beer sort of way, Vaughn has unsurprisingly been cast in roles that reflect these qualities. Thanks to his skills as a performer, however, he has resisted typecasting, giving effortless portrayals of characters ranging from slick bachelors to raving psychopaths to morally conflicted limo drivers. A tried-and-true Midwestern boy, Vaughn was born in Minneapolis on March 28, 1970, and raised in the wealthy Chicago suburb of Lake Forest. The son of a self-made businessman and a mother who had done well for herself in stocks and real estate, Vaughn did not follow the upwardly mobile pattern established by his parents. Hyperactive and a lackluster student, Vaughn spent time in special ed. and ran with a fast crowd, although he has claimed that he never felt the need for all-out rebellion. Despite his poor school performance, Vaughn derived ambition from his interest in acting — an interest he had clung to since the age of seven — and used his position as president of his senior class to ensure that he would graduate from high school. Upon graduation, with only his diploma and a role in a Chevy commercial as his credentials, Vaughn headed for Hollywood. Upon arrival, he proceeded to work in almost complete obscurity for the next seven years.During this period, Vaughn made the acquaintance of Jon Favreau, another struggling actor who hailed from the East. Their ensuing friendship and real-life adventures would provide the inspiration for their ticket out of career nonentity, 1996's Swingers. Directed by Doug Liman and starring Vaughn and Favreau (who also wrote the script) as two amiable Rat Pack-obsessed losers prowling the streets and bars of L.A. for "beautiful babies" and the occasional job opportunity, the irreverent-but-insightful comedy was a sleeper hit. Vaughn, whose character, Trent, was the film's resident fast-talking ladies' man, emerged as a sex symbol in the making. His profile was further heightened the following year when he appeared in a supporting role in Steven Spielberg's The Lost World: Jurassic Park.Vaughn subsequently took the small, quiet film route, starring in The Locusts (1997), an overheated but half-baked melodrama that owed more than a few dollars in debt to both Tennessee Williams and East of Eden, and A Cool, Dry Place, a family drama that garnered a cool, dry reception from both audiences and critics. In 1998, the actor fared substantially better with his turn as a limo driver who is called upon to make a great sacrifice for a friend in the acclaimed Return to Paradise, and he proved himself almost too convincing as a charismatic sociopath in Clay Pigeons. Colossal mental dysfunction was the defining aspect of Vaughn's most publicized character to date when he starred as Norman Bates in Gus Van Sant's controversial remake of Psycho that same year. Vaughn earned mixed reviews for his work, and the film itself was treated with a tepid blend of indifference and bewilderment. After the disappointment of Psycho, Vaughn took a couple of years off before re-emerging with a number of projects in 2000. Included among them were The Cell, a thriller co-starring Jennifer Lopez and Vincent D'Onofrio, Prime Gig, which starred Vaughn as California's best telemarketer, and South of Heaven, West of Hell, an ensemble Western that marked the directorial debut of country singer Dwight Yoakam. Following-up with a role in Swingers writer John Favreau's Made, Vaughn's next big role would come in the form of a deceptive stepfather harboring a dark secret in the thriller Domestic Disturbance. Unfortunately, the film proved to be a dud with critics and audiences and Vaughn would again disappear from movie theaters for more than a year.Teaming with Will Ferrell and Luke Wilson for director Todd Phillips' 2003 comedy Old School, Vaughn scored his first big hit in years and found his career gaining momentum. The following year, Vaughn would star as the villain in Phillips' comedic take on Starsky and Hutch, giving the actor another minor hit under his belt and an opportunity to work with many of his Old School costars again. The actor's newfound momentum continued to build when, only a handful of months later, he starred in Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story. Seeming to channel Bill Murray circa-1985, Vaughn received positive reviews for playing the good-guy opposite muscle-bound baddie Ben Stiller (who coincidentally was one of the heroes in Starsky and Hutch).Vaughn could next be seen in a small but memorable role in the Will Ferrell vehicle Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy before making an about-face for the comedy/drama (#Thumbsucker}. {$Vaughn} impressed critics with his character acting in the independent film and was praised for delivering a both funny and heartfelt performance. He returned to the humor that made up his career's bread and butter in 2005, however, when he joined the 0-million-gross club with a leading part in the comedy {#The Wedding Crashers} and a comic-relief role in {#Mr. and Mrs. Smith}.In 2006 he starred alongside {$Jennifer Aniston} in the {#The Break-Up}, a comedy about an couple ending their two year relationship and trying to divide their possessions, friends and condo without killing each other. Rumors that the two leads had become romantically involved during the shoot swarmed around the two actors, amping up anticipation and heightening curiosity-especially about {$Aniston}, who had not been seriously linked to anyone since her real-life break-up with husband {$Brad Pitt}. The film bolstered {$Vaughn}'s reputation as a strong comic lead, and was another surprise hit.

Movie Credits
Outsourced (2008)
[ Owen Wilson ]
Old School 2 (2007)
[ Luke Wilson ][ Ivan Reitman ][ Todd Phillips ]
No Place Like Home (2007)
Fred Claus (2007)
[ Kevin Spacey ][ Paul Giamatti ][ John Michael Higgins ]
Into the Wild (2007)
[ William Hurt ][ Emile Hirsch ]
The H-Man Cometh (2006)
[ David O. Russell ]
The Break-Up (2006)
[ Vincent D'Onofrio ][ Jason Bateman ][ Jon Favreau ][ Cole Hauser ][ Justin Long ]
Other Side of Simple (2006)
[ Don Cheadle ][ Method Man ]
Wedding Crashers (2005)
[ Owen Wilson ][ Will Ferrell ][ Christopher Walken ][ Bradley Cooper ][ Dwight Yoakam ]
Mr. & Mrs. Smith (2005)
[ Brad Pitt ][ Adam Brody ][ William Fichtner ][ Terence Stamp ][ Greg Ellis ]
Be Cool (2005)
[ John Travolta ][ Seth Green ][ The Rock ][ Harvey Keitel ][ Danny DeVito ]
Thumbsucker (2005)
[ Keanu Reeves ][ Vincent D'Onofrio ][ Benjamin Bratt ][ Lou Taylor Pucci ]
Starsky & Hutch (2004)
[ Ben Stiller ][ Owen Wilson ][ Will Ferrell ][ Jason Bateman ][ Chris Penn ]
Wake Up, Ron Burgundy: The Lost Movie (2004)
[ Will Ferrell ][ Luke Wilson ][ Paul Rudd ][ Justin Long ][ Stephen Root ]
Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy (2004)
[ Ben Stiller ][ Jack Black ][ Will Ferrell ][ Luke Wilson ][ Tim Robbins ]
Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story (2004)
[ Ben Stiller ][ Hank Azaria ][ William Shatner ][ Jason Bateman ][ Justin Long ]
I Love Your Work (2003)
[ Jason Lee ][ Joshua Jackson ][ Giovanni Ribisi ][ Nicky Katt ][ Jared Harris ]
Blackball (2003)
[ James Cromwell ][ Ian McNeice ]
Old School (2003)
[ Will Ferrell ][ Seann William Scott ][ Luke Wilson ][ Jeremy Piven ][ Terry O'Quinn ]
Dust: An Extraordinary Correspondence (2002)
Domestic Disturbance (2001)
[ John Travolta ][ Steve Buscemi ][ Matt O'Leary ]
Zoolander (2001)
[ Ben Stiller ][ Owen Wilson ][ Will Ferrell ][ James Marsden ][ Jon Voight ]
Made (2001)
[ Sam Rockwell ][ Jon Favreau ][ Bud Cort ][ Sean 'P. Diddy' Combs ][ Vincent Pastore ]
The Prime Gig (2000)
[ Ed Harris ][ Rory Cochrane ][ Wallace Shawn ][ Stephen Tobolowsky ][ George Wendt ]
The Cell (2000)
[ Vincent D'Onofrio ][ Peter Sarsgaard ][ Dylan Baker ][ Jake Weber ][ Patrick Bauchau ]
South of Heaven, West of Hell (2000)
[ Billy Bob Thornton ][ Paul Reubens ][ Peter Fonda ][ Michael Jeter ][ Bud Cort ]
Sex and the Matrix (2000)
[ Jimmy Fallon ]
Psycho (1998)
[ Viggo Mortensen ][ William H Macy ][ William H. Macy ][ Gus Van Sant ][ James Remar ]
Clay Pigeons (1998)
[ Joaquin Phoenix ][ Ridley Scott ][ Elvis Presley ][ Tony Scott ][ Vince Vieluf ]
Return to Paradise (1998)
[ Joaquin Phoenix ][ David Conrad ]
A Cool, Dry Place (1998)
[ Devon Sawa ][ Todd Louiso ][ Chris Bauer ][ Dean McDermott ]
The Locusts (1997)
[ Paul Rudd ][ Jeremy Davies ][ Bing Crosby ]
The Lost World: Jurassic Park (1997)
[ Jeff Goldblum ][ Peter Stormare ][ Richard Attenborough ][ John Williams ][ Joseph Mazzello ]
Just Your Luck (1996)
[ Sean Patrick Flanery ][ Jon Favreau ][ Ernie Hudson ][ Flea ][ Mike Starr ]
Swingers (1996)
[ Ron Livingston ][ Jon Favreau ]
At Risk (1994)
Rudy (1993)
[ Sean Astin ][ Jon Favreau ][ Ned Beatty ][ Charles S. Dutton ]
For the Boys (1991)
[ Billy Bob Thornton ][ James Caan ][ Divine ][ Andy Dick ][ Xander Berkeley ]
Lies of the Heart (1991)


  • Attended Lake Forest High School, class of 1988.
  • Vince's dad, Vernon Vaughn, can be seen as the man sitting at the "0 minimum bet table" in the movie Swingers (1996).
  • After Steven Spielberg saw him in Swingers (1996), he cast Vince for a role in The Lost World: Jurassic Park (1997).
  • Because he did not have an exemplary grade in school, he became the president of his Senior Class at Lake Forest High School (1988) because he knew that if he were the president, he would speak at graduation. If he had to speak at graduation, then the school would have to let him graduate.
  • Vaughn was banned from Wilmington, N.C. bars, ordered to undergo alcohol assessment, and fined 0 after an April brawl. [31 May 2001]
  • Is a Chicago Blackhawks fan.
  • Frequent co-star of Ben Stiller, appearing with him in three movies in 2004 alone.
  • Is of Lebanese, Italian, Irish, English and German ancestry.
  • Attended Lake Forest High School with Pulitzer-prize nominated author, Dave Eggers.
  • Once admitted to Premiere magazine that one of his favorite movies was Little Darlings (1980).
  • Lost a piece of his thumb in a car wreck
  • Is considered the leader of, what the media refers to as, "The Frat Pack," along with Will Ferrell, Jack Black, Ben Stiller, Steve Carell, Owen Wilson, and Luke Wilson. The "Frat Pack" name is a reference to the film, Old School (2003), featuring Vaughn, Ferrell and Luke Wilson, due to the wide number of films featuring the seven actors. Vaughn's "Frat Pack" films include, Wedding Crashers (2005), Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy (2004), Starsky & Hutch (2004) and Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story (2004).
  • Has quit smoking.
  • Loves to dance.
  • Before he became famous, he did an 'After School Special' on steroids with Peter Billingsley.
  • Does not like cell phones and does not own one. When he's working on a movie, he is given one and usually winds up losing it.
  • Good friends with actor Jon Favreau
  • Is a Chicago Cubs fan
  • Ranked #31 on Premiere's 2006 "Power 50" list. It is his first appearance on the list.
  • He is an Alumni from the Famous Improv Olympic along with actors 'Mike Myers' , late Chris Farley, Ossie Beck, Tina Fey, Amy Poehler and Adam McKay

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