- For the French film director, see Christian Vincent (director).
9 February 1980 |
Windsor, Ontario, Canada
Christian Vincent (born 9 February 1974) is a Canadian-American professional dancer, choreographer, actor and model. His most visible role has been as Ricky Davis on the LOGO MTV sitcom Noah's Arc, which chronicles the lives of four gay African-American friends in Los Angeles.
Vincent has also appeared in the films She's All That, Rent, Starsky & Hutch, and Sex Politics & Cocktails and the television series Smallville, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Arrested Development, MADtv, George Lopez, Baywatch and Cold Case. He has also acted in a Bellsouth television commercial, as well as for Oral-B, and was a background dancer in Madonna's "Don't Tell Me" music video. Most recently he starred in Noah's Arc: Jumping the Broom and Center Stage: Turn It Up.
He has also appeared on the reality TV show Dancing with the Stars and is currently a co-star on Canada Sings. Christian appeared in the October 2012 issue of PMc Magazine by celebrity photographer Patrick McMullan.
Vincent is currently signed with Shakir Entertainment Management in New York City.
While growing up in Windsor, Ontario, Vincent had several interests as a child, ranging from karate to painting and drawing. He later discovered his passion for dance and eventually enrolled at Butler University, where he received his BFA, with cum laude honors.
Vincent later moved to Los Angeles to pursue a career as a dancer and choreographer. As a dancer/choreographer, Vincent has toured and performed with Madonna, Ashanti, Gloria Estefan, Ricky Martin, Shakira, and Britney Spears. Vincent has also choreographed several commercials for Target and Kellogs.
- Christian Vincent Is Not Ricky. keithboykin.com. 23 August 2006.
- Christian Vincent at the Internet Movie Database
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- Christian Vincent on Myspace
- Christian Vincent PMc Magazine interview
- Christian Vincent Interview on The Morning Show in Toronto,Canada
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