In talking with actor Vincent De Paul who has been recommended by Director, Actor Jimmy Traynor of Baltimore, Maryland, Vincent discusses his notable career as a working actor for the past twenty some odd years. Vincent De Paul has had quite an impressive career as a character actor and supporting actor.
Born in Baltimore, Maryland, Vincent has worked alongside such greats as John Waters and Ron Howard. He has also worked with Luc Besson in “The Transporter 2” he has appeared in “Angels & Demons” “Poseidon”, “Maid In Manhattan” , “Six Feet Under” and John Waters “Hairspray” please see his imdb page for additional roles.
Vincent grew up working with his parents at their funeral home in Baltimore. “Working at a funeral home really helped build me into the actor I am today” Vincent states, “It gave me tremendous depth towards playing some of the roles I have had to take.” He also received a Bachelor’s degree from Johns Hopkins in Bio Medical ethics. He could have gone into a science field and shows just how dynamic he is as an actor and a man.
He has also done his share of volunteer work as he has gotten involved in helping battered women and domestic violence issues. He has gone on hikes for the homeless and participates in an annual toy drive for Christmas to help children who are less fortunate than others. He has been fortunate enough to find work as an actor and a model in America and Europe.
He has been at Cannes to promote several films such as ‘The Good Wife” and “Hairspray” and “Fight to the finish” where he met Nicole Kidman who was filming “Princess Grace of Monaco”
His lifelong friend Jimmy Traynor has been a great inspiration for his work. He feels that Jimmy Traynor is one of those rare, energetic and passionate directors who creates amazing content that is also compelling.
Vincent has just wrapped up his current film "Razors" which was filmed in London, England. The directors were Karl Ward and Ian Powell who are becoming involved "in the first installment in an exciting new horror franchise" and we hope to see much more of Vincent's dynamic work in the not to distant future.