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playing a golden calf idolater also visible in a scene in a chariot behind that of Yul Brynner.
He also appeared British soap opera Coronation Street as Milton Fanshaw, a love interest for Sylvia Goodwin between January and February 2012.He was introduced to musical theater at a young age and decided to become an actor in 1987.Meryl Streep's speech condemning President-elect Donald Trump for perceived bullying tactics and intolerance didn't go over well with at least two of the stars in the gilded Golden Globes audience on Sunday night.It took a few more years to right himself, this time with big-budget comedies including Old School, Starsky & Hutch, Dodgeball and, later, Anchorman and Wedding Crashers.Vincent Anthony Vaughn (born March 28, 1970) is an American actor, producer, screenwriter, activist, and comedian.In 1995, he strongly criticised Democratic president Bill Clinton, calling him a 'low-level opportunist', although he endorsed neither Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton during the recent election campaign.
This acclaimed, sexually-explicit independent film was by co-writer/director Sérgio Machado (his debut feature film).
The movie earned more than 20 times what it cost to make, and soon Steven Spielberg was casting Vaughn in the sequel to Jurassic Park.
Another actor might have parlayed that credit into full-time blockbustering, but Vaughn pivoted into quiet films such as Clay Pigeons and a high-risk, low-reward remake of Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho.
The noirish, sultry, and grungy cityscapes were seedily portrayed in the film, including its strip clubs for lap dancing, floating brothels, gruesome cockfights, fixed boxing matches, violent and bloody fistfights, and sweaty, open-air bars.
The main star was Alice Braga (niece of famed 70s Brazilian actress Sonia Braga, appearing in her first major screen role, before appearing in the blockbuster I Am Legend (2007) opposite Will Smith), as: Karinna was part of an erotic, doomed love-triangle threesome - often compared to a Brazilian version of Jules et Jim.
Seen by Burt Lancaster in Calder Willingham's play End as a Man, Vaughn was signed with Lancaster's film company and was to have played the Steve Dallas role in Sweet Smell of Success.