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Walter Vincent Wright

Walter "Vince" Wright - born Walter Vincent Wright in Louisville, Ky on September 29. Walter lived in Louisville, Kentucky all his childhood with his Mother (Veronica Wright), and two older brothers (Ernest Wright and Marcus Wright) where he attended school up to the 12th grade. His father Ernest Wright died in 1992 at age 10. His father was a ... See full bio »
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Lost Legend
Lost Legend Composer
G.B.F. Jock
Beat Bop
Beat Bop Rammellzee
Ice Scream
Ice Scream Jock


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 2016/I Ice Scream
 2015 Wave (TV Mini-Series)
 2013 G.B.F.
 2011 Luck (TV Series)
Horse Race Crowd
- Pilot (2011) ... Horse Race Crowd
 2004 Drake & Josh (TV Series)
Student #1
- Hug Me, Brother: Pilot (2004) ... Student #1 (uncredited)
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 2016 Lost Legend (Documentary)
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 2016 Lost Legend (Documentary)

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Had a chance to play football at Morehouse college the same year Denzel Washington's son was to attend but opted for a athletic scholarship at University of Northern Iowa, were he took theatre classes his freshman year. See more »


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