Vince Vaughn Bio, Wiki, Age, Height, Wife, Siblings, Net Worth, Psycho, and Movies

Vince Vaughn Biography

Vince Vaughn (born Vincent Anthony Vaughn) is a famous American actor and filmmaker who is best known for his roles in films such as “The Break-Up,” “DodgeBall: A True Underdog Story,” “The Internship,” “Wedding Crashers,” and “Four Christmases.” He’s also appeared on TV shows like ‘True Detective,’ ‘Sex and the City,’ ‘Going to California,’ and ‘Curb Your Enthusiasm.’

Vince Vaughn Age

Vincent Anthony Vaughn March 28, 1970, Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States. He is 51 years old as of 2021. Vin celebrates his birthday every 28th of March.

Vince Vaughn Height

Vincent stands at a height of 6 ft 5 inches (1.96 m).

Vince Vaughn Family

Vaughn was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota, to Sharon Eileen, is a real estate agent and stockbroker, and Vernon Lindsay Vaughn, a salesman for a toy company. He is of Lebanese, Italian, Irish, English, and German ancestry. Vin has two sisters.

Vince Vaughn Siblings

Vince has two sisters namely Victoria Vaughn and Valeri Vaughn a film director.

Vince Vaughn Wife

In 2005, Vaughn began dating Jennifer Aniston, his co-star in The Break-Up. The two later broke up in November 2006. Vaughn was reported to be engaged to Canadian realtor Kyla Weber in March 2009. They married on January 2, 2010, at Lake Forest Academy’s historic Armour House in Lake Forest, Illinois. The couple has two children, a son born in 2013 and a daughter born in 2010. 

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Vince Vaughn Net Worth

Vince has an estimated net worth of $70 Million which he has earned through his successful career as an actor.

Vince Vaughn Education

He graduated from Lake Forest High School in 1988.

Vince Vaughn Career

Vaughn moved to Hollywood after being cast in a Chevrolet television commercial in 1988. He began his television acting career in 1989, appearing in shows such as ‘China Beach’ and ’21 Jump Street.’ These TV roles, however, did not get him noticed, and he struggled to find work. In 1993, he made his film debut as ‘Jamie O’Hare’ in the sports film ‘Rudy.’ On the set of the film, he met Jon Favreau, with whom he became good friends. He co-starred with Favreau in the 1996 comedy-drama film ‘Swingers,’ playing ‘Trent,’ a struggling actor. Although the film was a critical success, it did not perform well commercially.

In 1997, director Steven Spielberg cast Vince in the film ‘The Lost World: Jurassic Park’ after being impressed by his performance in ‘Swingers.’ His portrayal of ‘Nick Van Owen’ earned him widespread acclaim. In 1998, he landed several film roles, including ‘A Cool, Dry Place,’ ‘Clay Pigeons,’ and ‘Psycho.’ Unfortunately, none of these films did well at the box office. Vince took a break from acting after becoming disheartened.

In 2000, he made a comeback with the psychological thriller ‘The Cell,’ in which he played ‘FBI Agent Peter Novak.’ Jennifer Lopez also appeared in the film. In 2001, he co-produced and starred in ‘Made,’ a comedy film written and directed by his friend Jon Favreau. He co-starred in the 2003 comedy film ‘Old School,’ alongside Luke Wilson and Will Ferrell, as a thirty-something depressed man looking to relive his college days. His career was boosted by the film’s commercial success. In the romantic comedy ‘Wedding Crashers,’ he played ‘Jeremy Grey,’ a divorce mediator. The film received favorable reviews and was a box office success.

He co-starred with Jennifer Aniston in the 2006 romantic comedy-drama ‘The Break-Up,’ which went on to become a huge commercial success despite receiving mixed reviews. During the latter half of the decade, he produced and co-produced a number of films. Among his early-2010s films are ‘The Dilemma’ (2011), ‘Lay the Favorite’ (2012), and ‘The Internship’ (2013). After his 2013 film ‘Delivery Man’ received mixed reviews and was a moderate success, he went on to star in films such as ‘Unfinished Business’ (2015) and ‘Term Life’ (2016), both of which bombed at the box office.

He then began to take on more dramatic roles, including a role in Mel Gibson’s biographical war drama film ‘Hacksaw Ridge’ (2016). He appeared in the neo-noir prison thriller ‘Brawl in Cell Block 99’ the following year. He went on to appear in films such as ‘Dragged Across Concrete,’ ‘Fighting With My Family,’ and ‘Seberg.’ He also had a recurring role as a voice actor in the animated adult sitcom.

Vince Vaughn Arrest

Vaughn was arrested on suspicion of drunken driving and resisting arrest on June 10, 2018, in Manhattan Beach, California, after failing a sobriety test at a police checkpoint. Vaughn was convicted of a reduced charge of reckless driving in May 2019 after entering a no-contest plea. He was sentenced to three years’ probation and ordered to participate in a three-month alcohol abuse program.

Vince Vaughn Psycho

Psycho is a 1998 American horror film where he starred in as Norman Bates, the proprietor of the Bates Motel. . It is a modern remake of the 1960 film of the same name in which an embezzler arrives at an old motel run by an insane killer named Norman Bates.

Vince Vaughn Freaky

Freaky is a 2020 American slasher comedy film, where Vince starred in as the Blissfield Butcher, an aging serial killer known as an urban legend in the town. He and Millie trade bodies due to a mystical dagger. Vaughn also portrays Millie Kessler when she is in the Blissfield Butcher’s body. The film centers on a teenage girl who unintentionally switches bodies with a middle-aged male serial killer.

Vince Vaughn Movies and TV Shows


  • 2021 North Hollywood
  • 2021 Queenpins
  • 2020 Arkansas
  • 2020 The Binge
  • 2020 Freaky
  • 2019 Fighting with My Family
  • 2019 Seberg
  • 2018 Dragged Across Concrete
  • 2017 Brawl in Cell Block 99
  • 2016 Term Life
  • 2016 Hacksaw Ridge
  • 2015 Unfinished Business
  • 2013 The Internship
  • 2013 A Case of You A
  • 2013 Delivery Man
  • 2013 Anchorman 2:
  • 2012 Art of Conflict:
  • 2012 The Watch
  • 2012 Lay the Favorite
  • 2011 The Dilemma
  • 2009 Couples Retreat
  • 2008 Wild West Comedy Show


  • 2020 Curb Your Enthusiasm
  • 2018 F is for Family
  • 2013 Pursuit of the Truth
  • 2013 Saturday Night Live
  • 2001 Going to California
  • 2000 Sex and the City
  • 1998 Mr. Show with Bob and David
  • 1998 Hercules
  • 1998 The Larry Sanders Show
  • 1998 Saturday Night Live
  • 1992 Doogie Howser, M.D.
  • 1991 CBS Schoolbreak Special

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