PRUITT TAYLOR VINCE has received an Emmy Award for
Outstanding Guest Actor for his recurring role as a serial killer on ABC's
"Murder One: Diary of a Serial Killer."
But it was the Baton Rouge, LA. native's performance as the
lovelorn cook in the critically acclaimed Heavy, which won the Sundance
Film Festival's Special Jury Prize, that really captured Hollywood's
attention. His feature debut was Walter Hill's Red Heat.
He can be seen in 13 Moons opposite Steve Buscemi, Trapped
with Charlize Theron and Kevin Bacon and I.D. co-starring John
Cusack, Ray Liotta and Amanda Peet.
He has appeared in Oliver Stone's Natural Born Killers
and JFK. His other film credits include: The Cell, Nurse Betty,
Mumford, Love From Ground Zero, Cold Around the Heart, The End of Violence, The
Cottonwood, Beautiful Girls, Under the Hula Moon, Nobody's Fool, City Slickers
II: The Legend of Curly's Gold, China Moon, Jacob's Ladder, Come See the
Paradise, Wild at Heart, Homer & Eddie, K-9, Mississippi Burning, Shy
People, Barfly and Angel Heart.
His television credits include: Fox's "The
X-Files" and "L.A. Confidential," ABC's "Gideon's
Crossing," "The Marshall" and "I Know My Name is
Steven," CBS's "Chicago Hope" and "Night Sins," NBC's
"Sisters" and "Till Death Do Us Part" and USA Network's
"Dead in the Water" and "Sweet Poison."
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