VINCE VAUGHN (Raji) has made his mark among today's generation of talented young actors.
2005 will prove to be another busy year for Vaughn with three more films due for release. This July, Vaughn will star in The Wedding Crashers opposite Owen Wilson for director David Dobkin in a comedy about womanizers who sneak into weddings in an attempt to pick up women. He will also be seen in Mike Mills' directorial debut, Thumbsucker, opposite Keanu Reeves and Tilda Swinton. Finally, this June, Vince will be seen alongside Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt in Mr. and Mrs. Smith.
Most recently, Vaughn starred with Ben Stiller in the smash hit comedy Dodgeball. In addition, he appeared in the film version of the popular 1970s television show Starsky and Hutch as the villain, Reece Feldman. Vaughn also appeared in a cameo role in last summer's Anchorman starring Will Ferrell.
Other feature film credits include the hit comedy Old School, Jon Favreau's Made opposite Favreau, Harold Becker's Domestic Disturbance opposite John Travolta, Tarsem Singh's The Cell opposite Jennifer Lopez, Gus Van Sant's remake of Psycho, Gregory Mosher's The Prime Gig opposite Ed Harris, Joe Ruben's Return to Paradise, David Dobkin's Clay Pigeons, John Smith's A Cool Dry Place, and John Patrick Kelly's The Locusts.
Vaughn made an impression with audiences worldwide in Steven Spielberg's The Lost World: Jurassic Park 2 opposite Julianne Moore and Jeff Goldblum. It was his performance as Trent, the cool-as-a-martini social ringleader in Swingers, that made Hollywood take notice. Directed by Doug Liman and written by Jon Favreau, Swingers became a surprise hit and set into motion a â€˜90s retro-swing movement that quickly swept the nation.
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