Vincent was born and raised in rural Pennsylvania in the little town of Galeton (pop. 1,149) in Potter County (nicknamed "God's Country" for it's natural beauty). The oldest of 4 boys, his father was a self employed businessman and firefighter, and his mother was a school teacher and worked with special needs adults and children. After graduating high school he attended Lock Haven University and studied Journalism and Theatre.

After a stint residing in Pittsburgh performing in regional theater he moved to New York. Being in New York for only 2 years Vincent stumbled onto the stand up comedy circuit. This was a great fit for him since he's quite animated and naturally funny. He's performed at such venues Stand Up New York, Caroline's, The Comedy Cellar, Greenwich Village Comedy Club, and Broadway Comedy Club.

Since venturing into films, he's been seen in the film festival favorites "Night Job", "Man-Kind", "Drifting Song" and the award winning films "Broadway's Finest", and "Strings Attached". He has also been featured in the television series "A Crime to Remember" and "How 2 Win". He recently played Napoleon Bonaparte in "Mysteries at the Museum" on The Travel Channel. He can also be seen in the new web series "The Department of...Ed" and in the music video "No. 99" by Joey Bada$$.

Vincent is now proud to add 'Producer' to his credit. He recently co-produced the short film "Driving Force" which premiered at the Newark International Film Festival in September, 2017. "The whole producing experience has been eye opening and such a learning experience. It's like an acting class of it's own when you see everything from the other side of the table".

Vincent is also quite a film buff. As one friend stated - commenting on his film trivia knowledge-"Vincent is IMDb on legs!"