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Vincent D’Onofrio was born Vincent Philip D’Onofrio on 30 June 1959 in Brooklyn, New York. He is a singer, producer and actor, best known for his role in the film ‘Full Metal Jacket,’ in which he plays Leonard Lawrence. Some of the films that have made him extremely popular include ‘Men in Black,’ ‘The Judge,’ and ‘Jurassic World.’

Do you want to know what the net worth of Vincent D’Onofrio is, as of early 2016? His net worth is estimated to be more than $16 million. He has acquired his fortune from the entertainment industry, mostly as an actor and a producer. He has starred in numerous films and appeared in many in TV shows, all of which have seen him add to his net worth.

Vincent D’Onofrio Net Worth $16 Million

Vincent D’Onofrio was born in Brooklyn’s neighborhood of Bensonhurst, but grew up in Colorado and Hawaii. He is a son to Gennaro D’Onofrio and Phyllis D’Onofrio. As a teen, Vincent worked at community theatres that his father operated, running sound and building sets. He joined Hialeah-Miami Lakes Senior High School, and after graduating he immediately started to appear in small community theatre productions. Some of the productions he was featured in include ‘Sexual Perversity in Chicago,’ and ‘Of Mice and Men,’ In order to make ends meet, he also worked as a bodyguard for Yul Brynner and Robert Plant, and Hard Rock Café’s bouncer. He made a Broadway debut in 1984 in ‘Open Admissions,’ in which he played Nick Rizzoli.

Vincent D’Onofrio landed bigger roles, appearing in ‘Full Metal Jacket’ in 1986. He was featured in a dozen other films as well as TV shows, which include ‘The Player,’ ‘Law & Order: Criminal Intent,’ ‘Little Victories,’ ‘The Break-up,’ ‘Staten Island,’ ‘Kill the Irishman,’ and ‘Brooklyn’s Finest’ among many others. His appearance in ‘Homicide: Life on the Street’ saw him get an Emmy nomination in 1997. In 2005, he was selected as the Best Actor during the Stockholm International Film Festival thanks to his role in the film ‘Thumbsucker.’

In other works, Vincent D’Onofrio co-founded RiverRun International Film Festival in 1998. In 2008, he started hosting events aimed at raising money in support for Utah Meth Cops Project, serving as the spokesperson of the project from 2009 to 2012. In 2011, he was selected to become one of the members of Woodstock Film Festival’s Advisory Board. All his works in the entertainment industry has seen him earn a lot of money, increasing his net worth significantly.

In his personal life, Vincent D’Onofrio was in a relationship with Greta Scacchi, a lady whom he starred with in various films, in the early 90s, and the couple had one child: Leila in 1992. On 22 March 1997, he married Carin van der Donk, a Dutch model, and they had a son called Elias in December 1999. In the early 2000s, the couple split, but later reconciled, having another son called Luka on 14 February 2008. Today, he lives together with his wife in Manhattan, New York.


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Actor

Actor

TitleYearStatusCharacter
CHiPs 2017 completed
Rings 2017 post-production Burke
Death Wish 2017 filming Frank Kersey
Emerald City 2017 TV Series post-production The Wizard
Dishonored 2 2016 Video Game post-production Duke Luca Abele (voice)
A Fall from Grace announced George Lawson
The Magnificent Seven 2016 Jack Horne
In Dubious Battle 2016 London
Pelé: Birth of a Legend 2016 Feola
Daredevil 2015-2016 TV Series Wilson Fisk
Phantom Boy 2015 The Face (English version, voice)
Lego Jurassic World 2015 Video Game Hoskins (voice)
Jurassic World 2015 Hoskins
Broken Horses 2015 Julius Hench
Run All Night 2015 Detective John Harding
Last Week Tonight with John Oliver 2015 TV Series Special Segment Actor
The Judge 2014 Glen Palmer
Mall 2014 Danny
The Unlicensed Therapist 2014 Short The Unlicensed Therapist
Escape Plan 2013 Lester Clark
Pawn Shop Chronicles 2013 Alton
American Falls 2013 Short
Chlorine 2013/I Roger
Ass Backwards 2013 Bruce
Charlie Countryman 2013 Bill
Fire with Fire 2012/II David Hagan
Chained 2012/I Bob
Crackers 2012 Short Gus
Sinister 2012/I Professor Jonas (uncredited)
Boys on Film 7: Bad Romance 2011 Jan(segment "The New Tenants")
Law & Order: Criminal Intent 2001-2011 TV Series Robert Goren
Kill the Irishman 2011 John Nardi
Don't Go in the Woods 2010 George 'Geronimo' Gerkie (voice, uncredited)
The New Tenants 2009 Short Jan
Little New York 2009 Parmie Tarzo
Xavier: Renegade Angel 2009 TV Series The Judge / Eric
Brooklyn's Finest 2009 Carlo
Cadillac Records 2008 Mississippi DJ (unconfirmed, uncredited)
The Narrows 2008 Vinny Manadoro
The Break-Up 2006 Dennis Grobowski
Five Minutes, Mr. Welles 2005 Short Orson Welles
Thumbsucker 2005 Mike Cobb
Law & Order: Criminal Intent 2005 Video Game Det. Robert Goren (voice)
What's New, Scooby-Doo? 2003 TV Series Gladiator
Sherlock 2002 TV Movie Moriarty
The Salton Sea 2002 Pooh-Bear
The Red Sneakers 2002 TV Movie Mercado
The Dangerous Lives of Altar Boys 2002 Father Casey
Bark! 2002 Malcolm
Impostor 2001 Hathaway
Chelsea Walls 2001 Frank
The Cell 2000 Carl Stargher
Spanish Judges 2000 Max
Steal This Movie 2000 Abbie Hoffman
Happy Accidents 2000 Sam Deed
That Championship Season 1999 TV Movie Phil Romano
The Thirteenth Floor 1999 Jason Whitney Jerry Ashton
Men in Black: The Series 1997-1998 TV Series Edwin Bug Dung Bug Moe Bug ...
The Velocity of Gary 1998 Valentino
Claire Dolan 1998 Elton Garrett
The Newton Boys 1998 Dock Newton
The Taking of Pelham One Two Three 1998 TV Movie Mr. Blue
Homicide: Life on the Street 1997 TV Series John Lange
Men in Black 1997 Edgar
Boys Life 2 1997 Tony Randozza (segment "Nunzio's Second Cousin")
Good Luck 1996 Tony 'Ole' Olezniak
Feeling Minnesota 1996 Sam Clayton
The Winner 1996 Philip
Guy 1996 Guy
The Whole Wide World 1996 Robert E. Howard
Hotel Paradise 1995 Short The Naked Stranger
Strange Days 1995 Burton Steckler
Stuart Saves His Family 1995 Donnie
The Investigator 1994 TV Short Ephraim McDougall
Imaginary Crimes 1994 Mr. Webster
Nunzio's Second Cousin 1994 Short Sgt. Tony Randozza
Ed Wood 1994 Orson Welles
Being Human 1994 Priest
Mr. Wonderful 1993 Dominic
Household Saints 1993 Joseph Santangelo
Desire 1992 Gavin
The Player 1992 David Kahane
JFK 1991 Bill Newman
Fires Within 1991 Sam
Dying Young 1991 Gordon
Crooked Hearts 1991 Charley
Naked Tango 1990 Cholo
The Blood of Heroes 1989 Young Gar (as Vincent Phillip D'Onofrio)
Signs of Life 1989 Daryl Monahan (as Vincent Phillip D'Onofrio)
Mystic Pizza 1988 Bill (as Vincent Phillip D'Onofrio)
The Equalizer 1986-1987 TV Series Davy Baylor / Thomas Marley Jr.
Adventures in Babysitting 1987 Dawson (as Vincent Phillip D'Onofrio)
Full Metal Jacket 1987 Pvt. Leonard 'Gomer Pyle' Lawrence
Miami Vice 1987 TV Series Leon Wolf
It Don't Pay to Be an Honest Citizen 1984 Bennie
The First Turn-On!! 1983 Lobotomy

Producer

Producer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Mall 2014 producer
Zaritsas: Russian Women in New York 2010 Documentary executive producer / producer
Ipso facto 2009 Short executive producer
Five Minutes, Mr. Welles 2005 Short producer
Steal This Movie 2000 executive producer
The Velocity of Gary 1998 executive producer
Guy 1996 co-producer
The Whole Wide World 1996 producer

Director

Director

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Don't Go in the Woods 2010
Five Minutes, Mr. Welles 2005 Short

Writer

Writer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Mall 2014 screenplay
Don't Go in the Woods 2010 story
Five Minutes, Mr. Welles 2005 Short story

Soundtrack

Soundtrack

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Happy Accidents 2000 performer: "Freebird", "Freebird" uncredited
976-Evil II 1991 performer: "Deep Fry", "Spooky Talkin'", "Bad Dawg'in" / writer: "Deep Fry", "Spooky Talkin'", "Bad Dawg'in"

Self

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Made in Hollywood 2016 TV Series Himself
Jurassic World: Classic Jurassic 2015 Video short Himself
Jurassic World: Dinosaurs Roam Once Again 2015 Video documentary short Himself
Welcome to 'Jurassic World' 2015 Video documentary Himself
Liam Neeson: Action All Night 2015 Video documentary short Himself
Run All Night: Shoot All Night 2015 Video documentary short Himself
Sinatra: All or Nothing at All 2015 TV Mini-Series documentary Dean Elson
The View 2001-2015 TV Series Himself
Night of Too Many Stars: America Comes Together for Autism Programs 2015 TV Special Himself
Kubrick Remembered 2014 Documentary Himself
The Judge: Inside the Judge 2014 Documentary short Himself
The Necessary Death of Charlie Countryman: The Making of 'The Necessary Death of Charlie Countryman' 2014 Video short Himself
Heroes Behind the Badge: Sacrifice & Survival 2013 Documentary Himself (voice)
Heroes Behind the Badge 2012 Documentary Himself - Narration (voice)
MSN Exclusives 2012 TV Series Himself (2014)
Media City 2011 TV Series Himself
AMC News Special: The Stories of Tribeca 2010 TV Movie Himself
Entertainment Tonight 2009 TV Series Himself
Saturday Night Live 2008 TV Series Himself
Mr. Laughs: A Look Behind the Curtain 2008 Documentary Narrator
Full Metal Jacket: Between Good and Evil 2007 Video documentary short Himself
The Making of 'The Break-Up' 2006 Video short Himself
Today 2005 TV Series Himself
Rove Live 2005 TV Series Himself
Weekend Today 2004 TV Series Himself
Criminal Intent: The Beginning 2003 Video short Himself
Overnight 2003 Documentary Himself
The Impostor Files: The Making of 'Impostor' 2002 Video short Himself
Embracing the Chaos: A Conversation with the Cast of 'The Salton Sea' 2002 Video documentary short Himself - 'Pooh Bear'
Late Night with Conan O'Brien 2001 TV Series Himself
The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn 2001 TV Series Himself
The Daily Show 1997-2000 TV Series Himself
2000 Blockbuster Entertainment Awards 2000 TV Special documentary Himself
Style as Substance: Reflections on Tarsem 2000 Video documentary short Himself
Anatomy of a 'Homicide: Life on the Street' 1998 TV Movie documentary Himself
HBO First Look 1997 TV Series documentary Himself
The 9th Annual IFP/West Independent Spirit Awards 1994 TV Special Himself - Nominee: Best Male Lead
Shooting 'Full Metal Jacket' 1986 Documentary Himself

Archive Footage

Archive Footage

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Lennon or McCartney 2014 Documentary short Himself
Movie Guide 2013 TV Series Lester Clark
Troma Is Spanish for Troma 2010 Documentary Lobotomy (in 'The First Turn-On!!')
Malcolm X 1992 Bill Newman

Won awards

Won awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2012 Fright Meter Award Fright Meter Awards Best Actor Chained (2012)
2012 Maria Sitges - Catalonian International Film Festival Best Actor Chained (2012)
2009 Special Award Nashville Film Festival Best Actor The Narrows (2008)
2005 Best Actor Stockholm Film Festival Thumbsucker (2005)
1998 Saturn Award Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USA Best Supporting Actor Men in Black (1997)
1998 Lone Star Film & Television Award Lone Star Film & Television Awards Best Actor The Whole Wide World (1996)
1996 Golden Space Needle Award Seattle International Film Festival Best Actor The Whole Wide World (1996)

Nominated awards

Nominated awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2016 Saturn Award Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USA Best Supporting Actor on Television Daredevil (2015)
2015 Teen Choice Award Teen Choice Awards Choice Movie: Villain Jurassic World (2015)
2005 Golden Satellite Award Satellite Awards Best Actor in a Series, Drama Law & Order: Criminal Intent (2001)
2001 Blockbuster Entertainment Award Blockbuster Entertainment Awards Favorite Supporting Actor - Science Fiction The Cell (2000)
2001 MTV Movie Award MTV Movie Awards Best Villain The Cell (2000)
1998 Primetime Emmy Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series Homicide: Life on the Street (1993)
1998 Blockbuster Entertainment Award Blockbuster Entertainment Awards Favorite Supporting Actor - Sci-Fi Men in Black (1997)
1994 ACCA Awards Circuit Community Awards Best Cast Ensemble Ed Wood (1994) · Johnny Depp
· Martin Landau
· Sarah Jessica Parker
· Patricia Arquette
· Jeffrey Jones
· G.D. Spradlin
· Bill Murray
· Mike Starr
· Max Casella
· Lisa Marie
1994 Independent Spirit Award Independent Spirit Awards Best Male Lead Household Saints (1993)

2nd place awards

2nd place awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
1997 NSFC Award National Society of Film Critics Awards, USA Best Actor The Whole Wide World (1996)

3rd place awards

3rd place awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
1987 NYFCC Award New York Film Critics Circle Awards Best Supporting Actor Full Metal Jacket (1987)


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#Fact
1 He is left-handed.
2 Lives in New York to be with his family and for the filming of Law & Order: Criminal Intent (2001). [2002]
3 He is of Italian descent.
4 Was considered for the role of Knuckles in Suburban Commando (1991).
5 Coincidentally, he played Moriarty in the TV movie Sherlock (2002) while he starred as Robert Goren in Law & Order: Criminal Intent (2001), whose character is based on Sherlock Holmes.
6 Uncle of Hawk D'Onofrio. Hawk is the son of Vincent's older sister, Elizabeth D'Onofrio.
7 "I want you to be big -- Lon Chaney big," Stanley Kubrick informed D'Onofrio during the filming of Full Metal Jacket (1987).
8 Has played Orson Welles in two different, unrelated productions: Ed Wood (1994) and Five Minutes, Mr. Welles (2005).
9 Renée Zellweger thanked him in her Oscar acceptance speech when she won 'Best Actress in a Supporting Role' for Cold Mountain (2003).
10 Unhappy with his impression of Orson Welles, director Tim Burton had D'Onofrio's voice dubbed, in the film Ed Wood (1994). The near perfect Orson Welles impression was supplied by voice-over artist Maurice LaMarche.
11 Sons: Elias Gene D'Onofrio, born in December 1999. Luka D'Onofrio, born on February 14, 2008. Their mother is Carin van der Donk.
12 Daughter: Leila George, born March 20, 1992. Her mother is actress Greta Scacchi.
13 One of the founders of the River Run Film Festival (Winston-Salem, North Carolina), along with his sister, Elizabeth D'Onofrio, and their father, Gene D'Onofrio.
14 Gained 45 pounds for his role in The Salton Sea (2002).
15 Vincent's sister, actress Elizabeth D'Onofrio, teaches acting in Asheville, North Carolina.
16 Gained a world record 70 pounds for his role in Full Metal Jacket (1987).
17 He bleached his hair blonde for his part in Adventures in Babysitting (1987).
18 Last name is pronounced Don-off-ree-o.
19 Played the character of "Bill Newman" in both JFK (1991) and Malcolm X (1992).

#Quote
1 To me the definition of true masculinity - and femininity, too - is being able to lay in your own skin comfortably.
2 When you're a child you're able to assimilate so easily into any situation. You even start talking like the people you're around. I wasn't conscious that I was so good at that until I started to truly feel like an actor.
3 It's like why people read scary books or go see scary movies. Because it creates a distance. They're scared, but they're not going to get hurt.
4 When you are a character actor they trust you will go in and give them a full character and leave.
5 The more you are known, the more difficult it is to hide behind characters.
6 When I was younger I used to pick things just to face the fear.
7 With [Robert] Altman, he does discuss everything with you, but then leaves you to it and gives you full rein and lets you improvise and create a character while the camera is rolling.
8 What kind of recognition do I deserve? I don't deserve any recognition.
9 Acting is not a mystery. There's nothing that I know that other actors don't know. We all act, we're all actors, we all know the same thing. The only thing that separates us is experience.
10 The minute you start feeling like you've got it down, you know what you're doing, you're dead in the water.
11 The most fun you can possibly have as an actor is to walk that line between what's real and what's interesting.
12 Unless you look like Brad Pitt, it's really hard to have full control of your character.
13 [on playing real-life characters] There's a lot of shame that goes on when you're playing someone who has really lived and has passed. You're struggling with it all the time. I am, anyway. When I played Robert Howard in The Whole Wide World (1996), I was struggling with it. There's this dual thing where you feel real good about being able to play this juicy part, and then there's constant shame: "Who am I to pretend to know who this guy was? Who am I to represent this guy for people who never knew him?" The pressure is unbelievable, I can't tell you.
14 [on his role in Ed Wood (1994)] I never was happy with the job I did in "Ed Wood". Even though [Tim Burton] was, I wasn't. Because it's not what I wanted, it's not what I wanted. First of all, the company, for whatever reason, not Tim, but the company took a very long time to hire me and I was busy doing another project. I eventually only ended up with three weeks to prepare for it and that bothered me. But, you know, I had to be brave and I had to do it the best I could. It was too much of a caricature. I didn't like it. It was too surface of a performance.
15 [on being a "Method" actor] The thing is, it's the research that you do that is exhausting. That's what always affects you. When I did The Cell (2000)--no matter what you think of that movie, because I have my opinions of it, too--it was, you know, I still have nightmares from the research that I did. Not from playing the part, just from the research. There was stuff that I should have never looked at, that I should have never gone anywhere near. As a father, I can't imagine going to that place again. I'm not saying I wouldn't, I'm just saying it was too much.
16 I'm not gonna make excuses for other actors. I'm just talking about myself. The good actors that I've met - I've met some of the best actors that we'll ever see - and I know for sure the one thing that we all have in common when we all look in each other's eyes, is that we're all struggling to achieve 100%. That's all I see when I see another artist. All of us are trying to achieve 100% in our work. That's all we struggle to do. We never do, but we never stop trying until the day we die. It's that struggle to achieve 100%, that's where our performance lies, that's what the audience gets. They get the struggle.
17 I am a method actor, but I'm also a film actor as well as a method actor. Characters that don't have humility, whether they are heroes or villains, are hard to relate to. All characters in every aspect of what we do should have humility. If they don't, then they're a cartoon character. I know that during actual performance scenes, what I need to trigger myself off, and I know how to trigger it off so that it will trigger you off, which will also influence how you feel when I'm expressionless.
18 [on his career choices] It's something that I've been saying for years when people ask me how I pick the things that I do. I pick the things that scare me the most. You have to like the story first. I'm not gonna play a part that doesn't instill some kind of fear in me. If I read a part, and suddenly, I'm thinking halfway through, "I'm not sure I could get away with this", I think of everything I can think of to keep me from doing it, that's the one I should do.
19 I took a route of acting, rather than starmaking, so it cost me a lot financially.
20 [on acting] Some scenes you juggle two balls, some scenes you juggle three balls, some scenes you can juggle five balls. The key is always to speak in your own voice. Speak the truth. That's Acting 101. Then you start putting layers on top of that.

#Trademark
1 Towering height and rotund frame

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