Vinnie Langdon III is an American Actor, Filmmaker, Television Producer and Photographer.

Langdon started acting at the age of five in local films, television commercials and theatre in his hometown of Vacaville, California. He then went on to playing ice hockey for three seasons with the Vacaville Vipers Youth hockey organization coached by former NHL player Ernie Hicke. Langdon decided to hang his skates up to focus on acting and filmmaking.

As a teenager, Vinnie launched, “The Vinnie Langdon Show” at age fourteen. Also known as The VLS, from 2004-2017, Vinnie produced over 550 half-hour episodes of his own variety show featuring interviews with local bands, celebrities and before he knew it was interviewing national touring acts like Alien Ant Farm, Jonas Brothers, Paramore, Papa Roach, Plain White Ts, All Time Low and Anthrax… (just to name a few.)

Vinnie continued his teenage dreams as a hard-working filmmaker earning him awards in International Film Festivals like “Best Comedy” award in Idaho’s International Film Festival for one of his short films he wrote, filmed, directed and produced called ‘Permission’ when he was only fifteen.

Langdon became a YouTube Partner in 2006 and gained notoriety from his improvised interviews with “rock stars.” He also remained focused on acting appearing in several independent films, television commercials, and appeared in YouTube series like Smosh.

He was a “featured celebrity entertainer” on a website called Stickam in 2007 where he would live stream his television series from behind the scenes.

In 2009, he was even an English teacher for over 450 Chinese Exchange students in the California Bay Area for three years.

His credits of film and television range from American Idol, TMZ, Contagion, Discovery ID’s I (Almost) Got Away With It, Cuff Me If You, Ritz Cracker Super Bowl Commercial with Guy Fieri to working on a Pepsi Commercial for the Super Bowl with Beyonce` Knowles and beyond.

Vinnie is a talented guy from being an actor in front of the camera to being behind the scenes as a music video director, band tour manager, radio personality, published professional photographer, screenwriter, and video editor.

He is best known for his variety show, “The Vinnie Langdon Show” which was broadcasted on 7 public access television stations in the U.S. from California to New York City from 2004-2017.

He currently is working on a variety of film projects under the cuff and still loves the game of ice hockey.