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Vinny Parco

Vinny Parco is an actor, known for The Right to Live (2017), Old Secrets No Lies (2010) and Mackenzie Brown (2008). See full bio »

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Known For

The Right to Live Officer Carlucci
Old Secrets No Lies NYPD Detective
Mackenzie Brown Detective


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 2017 The Right to Live
Officer Carlucci
 2010 Old Secrets No Lies
NYPD Detective
 2006 Parco P.I. (TV Series)
- Double Down (2006)
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 2013 Spicy Hound Extravaganza (TV Movie documentary)
 2008-2012 World's Dumbest (TV Series)
- Partiers 4 (2012) ... Self
- Competitions (2008) ... Self
- Drivers 3 (2008) ... Self
- Partiers (2008) ... Self
- Drivers 2 (2008) ... Self
 2009 Disorder in the Court: Best of 2008 (TV Special)
 2009 Disorder in the Court 8 (TV Special)
 2008 Disorder in the Court 6 (TV Special)
 2008 Disorder in the Court 5 (TV Special)
 2008 Disorder in the Court 4 (TV Special)
 2008 Mackenzie Brown (Documentary)
 2008 Disorder in the Court 3 (TV Special)
 2005-2006 Parco P.I. (TV Series)
- Just Another Pretty Face (2006) ... Self
- Gone Missing (2006) ... Self
- The Gambler (2006) ... Self
- Catch of the Day (2005) ... Self
- Sibling Rivalry (2005) ... Self
 2006 Jimmy Kimmel Live! (TV Series)
- Episode #4.311 (2006) ... Self

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Real-life NY private investigator who handles a variety of cases. The show is "re"-acted, meaning Parco takes his real cases files and a show is built almost by rote on what happened in the real case.

For legal reasons, Parco's team has to use actors and change the names of the people involved. But the show is authentic in that Parco relies on his real work to make the show successful and his real... See more »

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