Vincent Spano

Actor + Film Director and Producer
Born Oct 18, 1962

Vincent M. Spano is an American stage, film and television actor, and film director and producer. He received a Cable Ace Award nomination in 1988 for his role as Mark Ciuni in Il cugino americano.

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1962 Birth Born on October 18, 1962.


1976 13 Years Old In 1976, he made his stage debut in a production of The Shadow Box at the Long Wharf Theatre, and later on Broadway. … Read More


1983 20 Years Old In the 1983 film The Black Stallion Returns, he played a handsome, young, Arabic rider, Raj, that returns home from university to compete in a major horse race and befriends an American boy, Alec Ramsey (played by Kelly Reno) along the way.
1984 21 Years Old He also starred in the Italian film Good Morning Babylon written and directed by Paolo and Vittorio Taviani, and the 1984 film Alphabet City. … Read More


2000 37 Years Old Later, in 2000, he starred as 'Zophael', a handsome angel that was after a young man named Danyeal, a Nephilim, and was after him to take his heart from his body. … Read More


2004 41 Years Old He starred in the 2004 TV film "Landslide (Buried Alive)" as a fireman trapped in a collapsed building with his son. … Read More
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