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Also Known As: Vincent Peter Jones Died:
Born: January 5, 1965 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Hertfordshire, England, GB Profession: actor, professional football (soccer) player

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One of the toughest of England's "hard men" of football, Vinnie Jones parlayed his notoriety as a talented if ruthless player for championship teams into a career as a supporting actor and occasional lead in films on both sides of the Atlantic. Jones' movie roles rarely asked him to do more than provide a physically imposing presence, but from time to time - most notably in Guy Richie's "Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels" (1998) - he displayed a knack for comic delivery as well. He also successfully parodied his two-fisted soccer persona in a string of popular television ads in England, making him a bit of public treasure in his homeland.

One of the toughest of England's "hard men" of football, Vinnie Jones parlayed his notoriety as a talented if ruthless player for championship teams into a career as a supporting actor and occasional lead in films on both sides of the Atlantic. Jones' movie roles rarely asked him to do more than provide a physically imposing presence, but from time to time - most notably in Guy Richie's "Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels" (1998) - he displayed a knack for comic delivery as well. He also successfully parodied his two-fisted soccer persona in a string of popular television ads in England, making him a bit of public treasure in his homeland.

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 Kingsman Sequel (2017)
2.
 Checkmate (2015)
3.
 Mentryville (2015)
4.
 6 Ways to Die (2015)
5.
 Awaken (2015)
6.
 Absolution (2015)
7.
 In Security (2014)
8.
 Gridlocked (2014)
9.
 Reaper (2014)
10.
 Gutshot Straight (2014)
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Milestones close milestones

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Began his football (soccer) career with the semi-professional Wealdstone Football Club (or F.C.)
1986:
Joined the Wimbledon F.C.; won the Football Association Challenge Cup in 1988
1992:
Hosted a video compilation called "Soccer¿s Hard Men," which offered up footage of him and other footballers engaging in rough gameplay
1994:
Chosen to captain the Wales International soccer team
1998:
Served as player/coach of the Queens Park Rangers before retiring the following year
1999:
Made acting debut in Guy Ritchie¿s crime comedy, "Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels," as enforcer and debt collector Big Chris
2000:
Co-starred with Nicolas Cage in "Gone In 60 Seconds," as the silent sidekick
2001:
Re-teamed with director Guy Ritchie to play indestructible Bullet Tooth Tony in "Snatch"
2002:
Played a famous footballer in the film "Mean Machine"
2002:
Released an album of blues and soul songs in the UK called "Respect"
2004:
Cast opposite Owen Wilson and Gary Sinise in "The Big Bounce"
2006:
Played coach Dinklage in the Amanda Bynes comedy "She¿s the Man"
2006:
Cast as Juggernaut in "X-Men: The Last Stand" directed by Brett Ratner
2007:
Co-starred in the horror film, "Tooth and Nail"
2008:
Co-starred in the horror film "The Midnight Meat Train"
2009:
Appeared in the biblical comedy "Year One"; directed by Harold Ramis
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