|1984 - Headshot for Open Admissions.|
As a struggling actor in New York City, Vincent D'Onofrio appeared in several student films and worked as a bouncer at clubs to pay the bills. His luck started to change when he joined the American Stanislavski Theater in 1984 where he performed in various productions, including “Sexual Perversity in Chicago,” “The Petrified Forest,” “Of Mice and Men” and “The Indian Wants the Bronx.” The same year, he also made his Broadway debut in “Open Admissions.” Starring Calvin Levels and Pam Potillo, the production opened at on January 29, 1984, at the Music Box Theatre and closed after 17 performances. In 1996 Vincent made his feature film debut in “The First Turn-On” (1983) He has since done over 60 movies and continues to act in the movie and television industry. Currently he is filming "Tomb" with Sylvester Stallone and Arnold Schwarzenegger.