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Whatever Happened To Vince Vaughn?

The acting career of Minnesota-born, Illinois-raised Vince Vaughn began around age 17, after a youth spent wrestling, playing football and baseball. In the decades since his "Rudy" debut and "Swingers" breakthrough — both alongside good pal Jon Favreau — he has had numerous highs ("Wedding Crashers") and lows (Gus Van Sant's ill-advised "Psycho" remake), establishing himself as a resilient Hollywood star, if nothing else.

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    Whatever Happened To Vince Vaughn?

    Whatever Happened To Vince Vaughn?

    The acting career of Minnesota-born, Illinois-raised Vince Vaughn began around age 17, after a youth spent wrestling, playing football and baseball. In the decades since his "Rudy" debut and "Swingers" breakthrough — both alongside good pal Jon Favreau — he has had numerous highs ("Wedding Crashers") and lows (Gus Van Sant's ill-advised "Psycho" remake), establishing himself as a resilient Hollywood star, if nothing else.

    What Movies Did Vince Vaughn Write - And Which Ones Were Hits?

    What Movies Did Vince Vaughn Write - And Which Ones Were Hits?

    Vince Vaughn made a name for himself in the 1990s and 2000s as a consummate comedic actor. He starred in some of the most recognizable comedies of that era, including "Old School," "Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story," and "Wedding Crashers." With his knack for reacting stoically to wacky scenarios and comedic timing, it makes sense he'd have a lengthy career despite not acting as much these days. But a lot of people may not have realized he's also written some of those comedies.

    The Best Horror Movies Starring Vince Vaughn

    The Best Horror Movies Starring Vince Vaughn

    Vince Vaughn first started working as a television actor in the late '80s, but he broke through as a star when he appeared in the 1996 comedy "Swingers" alongside his real-life friend Jon Favreau. The movie proved to be a hit, in part thanks to Vaughn's motor-mouthed, critically acclaimed performance as the confident Trent. After "Swingers," Vaughn made a string of films such as "The Lost World: Jurassic Park" and "Domestic Disturbance."

    Vince Vaughn Developed The Break-Up With Only Jennifer Aniston In Mind

    Vince Vaughn Developed The Break-Up With Only Jennifer Aniston In Mind

    The condo that could either save or further destroy a relationship. It's what's at the center of the 2006 romantic comedy "The Break-Up," which follows Gary Grobowski (Vince Vaughn) and Brooke Meyers (Jennifer Aniston) who are breaking up due to frustrations in their relationship. But the permanent separation of their lives is put on pause when they have to decide who is moving out of their condo. The property ends up on the market, but Gary and Brooke are not giving up without a fight, each using different tactics to annoy the other.

    Why Vince Vaughn Didn't Return For Jurassic Park 3

    Why Vince Vaughn Didn't Return For Jurassic Park 3

    When you look back on the Jurassic Park films, it's surprising just how many big names appeared in them. Samuel Jackson? Check. Julianne Moore? Also, check. And, though you might've forgotten about it, future Wedding Crashers star Vince Vaughn was in 1997's The Lost World: Jurassic Park, where he played Nick Van Owen, a photographer who ... well, pretty much messes up everything, repeatedly. Remember, not only was the guy who unlocks the dinosaur cages — thereby leading to all the communication gear getting trashed — but his actions also caused other people to be gobbled up by Mama T-Rex.

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