Jan-Michael Vincent

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Birth Name: Jan-Michael Vincent
Born: 07/15/1944
Birth Place: Denver, Colorado, USA

Born in Denver, Colorado, and raised in central California, Vincent began acting in films in 1967 with the Mexican "Los Bandidos" and found steady employment in American TV on episodic shows such as "Dragnet" and in children's series like "The Banana Splits Adventure Hour". In 1968, he was one of the young men from Texas itching for a fight in the Civil War in "Journey to Shiloh", his first American feature. In 1970, Vincent made his first TV-movie, the acclaimed "Tribes" (ABC), in he played a longhaired hippie being whipped into a marine. That film not only made Vincent's career, it was subsequently released theatrically overseas. The following year, Vincent was Robert Mitchum's son in "Goi... Continue Bio >>

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