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Vincent Ricciardi
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With his expressive physical nature and natural musicality, Vincent has played many diverse roles on stage and in film.

From a young age, Vincent found himself on stage performing, and has always felt at home there.   His training began in High School when he was accepted into Nassau BOCES Cultural Arts Center to study musical theater. In the fall of 2000, Vincent entered Adelphi University's Theater and Music Programs, where he studied both modern and classical forms of acting, theater, music history, voice, music theory and movement training that included dance and mime.  

Vincent has played a wide range of roles including the title role of Jekyll and Hyde, the Player King in Hamlet No, an abridged version of William Shakespeare's Hamlet; Rev. Buckhorn in the well-received production of Holy Ghosts (which received the ACTF award for Outstanding Ensemble), Frankie in the world premiere of the Mafia Comedy All Dolled Up; produced by Colin Quinn of SNL and written by Bobby Spillane. Vincent has appeared in a number of workshops for new productions including, Hell's Kitchen the Musical, In the Still of the Night, and The Miracle Age by writer/composer Jon Montgomery, and Greed by Barry Libin.   Recently, he co-starred in the independent film Enjoy Yourself.   He has also appeared on various concept recordings for a number of new musicals including Alec on the concept recording for Tess: the Musical, Matt in Greed, and Young Charlemagne in Charlemagne: By the Sword and the Cross, opposite Christopher Lee.

Vincent continues to pursue stage and film roles to become a well-rounded artist. With his penchant for character parts and willingness to take on new types of roles, he is a strong asset in any cast.