Vinnie Jones Biography
Vinnie Jones (Vincent Peter Jones ) was born on 5th January 1965 in Watford, United Kingdom. He is an actor and former professional footballer who played as a Midfielder.
Vinnie Jones Age
- He was born on 5th January 1965 ( 52 years as at 207)
Vinnie Jones Movies/ Films
- 2000: Snatch
- 1998: Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels
- 2001: Mean Machine
- 2006: X-Men: The Last Stand
- 2008: The Midnight Meat Train
- 2000: Gone in 60 Seconds
- 2007: The Condemned
- 2013: Escape Plan
- 2006: She’s the Man
- 2004: EuroTrip
- 2001: Swordfish
- 2008: Hell Ride
- 2004: The Big Bounce
- 2007: Strength and Honour
- 2001: Night at the Golden Eagle
- 2009: Year One
- 2010: Smokin’ Aces 2: Assassins’ Ball
- 2011: Kill the Irishman
- 2014: Redirected
- 2006: Johnny Was
- 2011: You May Not Kiss the Bride
- 2010: Age of the Dragons
- 2017: Kingsman: The Golden Circle
- 2009: The Bleeding
- 2010: Locked Down
- 2015: Absolution
- 2007: The Riddle
- 2004: Survive Style 5+
- 2011: Blood Out
- 2012: Fire with Fire
- 2009: Assault of Darkness
- 2015: 6 Ways To Die
- 2005: Submerged
- 2007: Tooth and Nail
- 2005: Hollywood Flies
- 2006: Garfield: A Tail of Two Kitties
- 2012: Hijacked
- 2013: Ambushed
- 2014: Puncture Wounds
- 2016: Kill Kane
- 2015: Gridlocked
- 2007: 7-10 Split
- 2014: Way of the Wicked
- 2010: The Heavy
- 2012: Madagascar 3: Europe’s Most Wanted
- 2012: Magic Boys
- 2006: The Other Half
- 2005: The Number One Girl
- 2014: Gutshot Straight
- 2016: The Midnight Man
Vinnie Jones TV Shows
- Since 2018: Deception
- 2015 – 2016: Galavant
- Since 2012: Elementary
- 2011: The Cape
- Since 1999: 100 Greatest
Vinnie Jones Football/ Soccer
In 1984 when he was 19 years old he began his football career at Alliance Premier League side Wealdstone. In 1986 he played one season with Swedish club IFK Holmsund, helping to lead the team to a Division 3 victory.
In 1986, he moved to full-time professional status with Wimbledon, who paid Wealdstone £10,000 for him. He scored on
only his second appearance for Wimbledon on 29 November
1986, in a 1–0 win over Manchester United in the First Division. He was a member of the Wimbledon team which won the FA Cup in 1988, beating league champions Liverpool 1–0 in the final.
In 1989 he was transfered to Leeds United and was part of the team which finished as champions of the old Second Division, winning promotion to Division One.
Jones left Leeds United early in the 1990–91 season after losing his first-team place. He returned to Leeds for Lucas Radebe’s testimonial in 2006. His former Wimbledon manager Dave Bassett signed him for Sheffield United on his exit from Elland Road, before selling him to Chelsea a year later. After just one year at Stamford Bridge, he was back with Wimbledon in the 1992-93 season, when the FA Premier League had just been formed.He helped Wimbledon equal their best ever league finish in 1993-94, when they finished sixth in the Premier League. Three seasons later, he contributed to another strong season for the club, who reached the semi-finals of both cups and finished eighth in the league. That season he scored the winning goal as Wimbledon won 1-0 against Arsenal at Highbury.
In 1998 he became player/coach of QPR scoring on his debut
against Huddersfield Town. On 14th December 1994 he made his
debut under Mike Smith for Wales in a 3–0 home defeat to
Bulgaria in the Euro 96 qualifiers. The last of his nine caps came on 29 March 1997 in a 2–1 defeat to Belgium in a World Cup qualifier, also at Cardiff Arms Park.
Vinnie Jones Juggernaut/ X Men
In the 2006 film X-Men: The Last Stand he played the role of the X-Men villain Cain Marko/Juggernaut.His line in the film, “I’m the Juggernaut, bitch!,” was based on a pre-existing Internet parody.
Vinnie Jones Gascoigne
During a match in the 1980s when Vinnie Jones was playing for Wimbledon at the time and was given the task of man-marking Newcastle youngster Gazza. Paul Gascoigne pushed him and he grabbed his testicles.
Vinnie Jones Gone in 60 Seconds
Vinnie Jones acts as The Sphinx and is most remember for what he says at the end of the movie; someone saud Poor Toby and Sphinx says ‘If his premature demise has, in some way, enlightened the rest of you as to the grim finish below the glossy veneer of criminal life, and inspired you to change
your ways, then his death carries with it an inherentnobility. And a supreme glory. We should all be so fortunate. You can say ‘Poor Toby.” I say: “Poor us..” ‘
Vinnie Jones Book
In 1998, Vinnie Jones penned an autobiography, Vinnie: The Autobiography, which was later revised and reprinted a year later to include information on his first film appearance in Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels.
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Vinnie Jones Wife
In 1994 he married Tanya Terry in Watford. In November 2013 she was diagnosed with skin cancer. At the age of 21 she underwent a heart transplant and had already been treated for cervical cancer twice before being diagnosed with skin cancer.
Vinnie Jones Son
Vinnie Jones son, Aaron Elliston Jones, joined the British Army, completing his training in August 2008, and serves in the Life Guards.