|Birthname||Vincent Anthony Vaughn|
|born on||28 March 1970 at 20:12 (= 8:12 PM )|
|Place||Minneapolis, Minnesota, 44n59, 93w16|
|Timezone||CST h6w (is standard time)|
|Astrology data||07°59' 20°21 Asc. 27°08'|
American actor who, despite his chiseled, testosterone-image appearance, has managed to avoid typecasting. He seems equally adept at portraying raving psychopaths and slick young bachelors, and his performance in the 1996 sleeper hit "Swinger’s" got him noticed by filmmaker Steven Spielberg and put him on the road to stardom.
Born in Minneapolis, Vaughn grew up in a suburb of Chicago. His father, a salesman, and his mother, a real estate broker who made a great deal of money in the stock market, lived in a wealthy area with their children, Vaughn and his two older sisters, Victoria and Valerie. He was a hyperactive child who didn’t do well in school, spending a lot of time waiting to see the principal. In his last year of high school, he decided he wanted to graduate but really didn’t want to spend his time studying. He laid out a plan to get elected president of the senior class, hoping that the school officials would allow him to graduate if he was a class officer. He carried out an extensive campaign, ultimately winning the election and graduating in 1988. He had been interested in acting since he was about seven years old, and after finishing school, he did some work in improvisational theater around Chicago. As well, he appeared in a nationally televised commercial for Chevrolet in 1989 and thought he "had it made." His parents divorced in 1991, but by that time, Vaughn was in Hollywood, pursuing an acting career fulltime.
His first seven years as an actor were difficult ones although he made guest appearances on television series like "China Beach" and "21 Jump Street." He appeared in the film "Rudy," 1993, but it was Steven Spielberg who finally cast him in a role in "Lost World: The Jurassic Park," 1997. Soon afterward, offers began pouring in. He appeared in a number of films over the next two years including "The Locusts," 1997, "Return to Paradise," 1998, and the remake of "Psycho," 1998. The dismal reception to "Psycho" led Vaughn to take the next two years off, making his comeback with "The Cell," 2000.
In May 2001, Vaughn was arrested and charged with misdemeanor assault after an April bar brawl in Wilmington, North Carolina. As a result, he was ordered to undergo an alcohol assessment, pay a $250 fine and was banned from all bars in that area.
After the Brad Pitt-Jennifer Aniston broke up, he became Aniston's new love interest. News of their split came in November 2006.
- lover relationship with Aniston, Jennifer (born 11 February 1969)
- Social : End a program of study 1988 (High school)
- Work : New Career 1989 (TV debut, commercial)
- Family : Parents divorced 1991
- Work : Published/ Exhibited/ Released 1996 (Appeared in "Swinger's")
- Work : Published/ Exhibited/ Released 1997 (Appeared in "Lost World: Jurassic Park")
- Work : Published/ Exhibited/ Released 2000 (Appeared in "The Cell")
- Relationship : Begin significant relationship 2005 (with Jennifer Aniston)
- Relationship : End significant relationship 2006 (with Jennifer Aniston)
Marc Penfield quotes a letter from the Minneapolis record dept, in hand 8/2001, LMR
- Traits : Body : Appearance gorgeous (Macho handsome)
- Diagnoses : Psychological : Abuse Alcohol (Social alcohol abuse)
- Diagnoses : Psychological : ADHD (Poor in school)
- Family : Childhood : Advantaged (Affluent family)
- Family : Childhood : Order of birth (Third of three, only boy)
- Lifestyle : Social Life : Party animal
- Passions : Criminal Perpetrator : Assault/ Battery (Misdemeanor assault)
- Vocation : Entertainment : Actor/ Actress (Film and TV)