Vince Vieluf Movies and Career Information
Nov 10, 1970
Actor, Director and Writer
Vincent Ernest "Vince" Vieluf (pronounced Vee-loff; born November 10, 1970) is an American actor. He is best known for his roles in Rat Race and the short-lived UPN sitcom Love, Inc. Vieluf was born in Joliet, Illinois and spent most of his youth in Portland, Texas. He has starred in such movies as An American Werewolf in Paris, Rat Race, National Lampoon's Barely Legal, and Grind. He recently played in a made-for-TV movie called Snow Wonder. Vieluf also appeared on the television hit ER. In 2006 he had a role in the suspense thriller Firewall as Pim. Vieluf played the dumbfound Blaine Cody in the 2001 comedy Rat Race. Critics and fans consider this role to have been his break out performance after years of other roles. However, it is believed that Vieluf fired his then agent because his name was not credited on posters and other publicity materials. Before Rat Race, Vieluf made a name for himself in An American Werewolf in Paris and Clay Pigeons. In 2006, Vieluf appeared as a jock version of Wolverine in the parody flick, Epic Movie. One of (if not his first) television appearance was in 1997's On the Edge of Innocence. Vieluf made an appearance on the hit series Friends in 2001.