VINCE VAUGHN (Beanie) first
caught the attention of critics and audiences in Doug Liman's independent
sleeper hit "Swingers," in which he starred as Trent, the ultra-hip
social ringleader of the lounge set populating Hollywood's hottest night
spots. In 2001, Vaughn reunited with "Swingers" screenwriter and
co-star Jon Favreau in the comedy "Made," which Favreau also directed.
Vaughn's other recent work includes the hit thriller "Domestic
Disturbance," in which he starred with John Travolta, delivering a chilling
performance as a stepfather who terrorizes his young stepson; and Gregory
Mosher's independent feature "The Prime Gig," with Ed Harris and
Julia Ormond. He also co-starred with Jennifer Lopez in the science fiction
thriller "The Cell," and includes among his additional film credits
Gus Van Sant's faithful remake of the Alfred Hitchcock classic
"Psycho," opposite Anne Heche; "Return to Paradise," with
Anne Heche and Joaquin Phoenix; "Clay Pigeons," also with Phoenix;
"A Cool Dry Place"; "The Locusts," with Ashley Judd and Kate
Capshaw; and Steven Spielberg's blockbuster sequel "The Lost World:
Later this year, Vaughn will be seen as a sports agent in "Blackball,"
about the bad boy of the British sport of lawn bowling. His upcoming films also
include "The Sky is Green," with Steve Buscemi.
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