Vinnie Langdon III is an American Actor, Filmmaker and Television Personality. He grew up heavily involved in Theatre in Northern California. At the age of fourteen he began creating his own short films and his own talk show. In 2004, he won "Best Original Screenplay" in the Buckingham International Film Festival for his first short film, MAGIC SUNGLASSES. He went onto acting in local television commercials and experimenting in doing background work. In 2010, he won "Best Actor" award in The Sacramento International Film Festival. He produced over 550 half-hour episodes of his own talk show, "The Vinnie Langdon Show" which was broadcasted on 7 cable access TV Stations in New York, Pennsylvania and California from 2004-2015. He appeared on a few episodes of TMZ as a Celebrity Gossip Correspondent. He worked in 2018 as a camera operator on David Brocca's 'Knox Mine Disaster' feature length documentary. Today he still continues working as a screen actor, independent film director and works in television production.