Vincent Mordente is a Multi-Ethnic and Award-Winning Actor. He was born on the island of Galveston and has a twin-sister. Vincent served in the United States Army under the 1st Cavalry Aviation Brigade, as portrayed in Apocalypse Now (1979). He studied Writing and Directing at the Los Angeles Film School, Acting at the Theatre of Arts, and Improvisation at the Upright Citizens Brigade. He also briefly studied at 'Studio 4' under James Franco, and performed in The Institute (2017), Dark Hours: Roxana (2017), and Future World (2018). He then worked with Heather Graham on her directorial debut film Half Magic (2018). He performed as 'Bernie Litko' in 'Sexual Perversity in Chicago', which was Directed by Paul Wagar, Written by David Mamet, and was the #1 show in Los Angeles according to Broadway World. During one of his performances, Award-Winning Director Kwon Oh got inspired to write Unforgiven Man (2019), which is nominated for several awards.
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