Vincent Quintiliani is a native of Philadelphia and had been performing for Philadelphia audiences
for several years before coming to New York. Vincent studied acting in New York at H.B. Studios,
T. Schreiber Studios, and Bruce Ornstein Workshops, Inc. He also received training at both the
Walnut and Wilma Theatres in Philadelphia, with various instructors, in many genres.
Vincent has worked with many Philadelphia theatre companies.
He was a core ensemble member of an award winning theatre company known as Hunger Theatre.
Vincent’s favorite acting credits include lead roles in Samuel Beckett’s “Endgame/Hamm” and “Waiting for Godot/Vladimir,”
in addition to Edward Albee’s “Zoo Story/Jerry” and Sam Sheppard’s “True West/Austin.”
In July/August 2010, Vincent portrayed “Al” in the feature film “Vamperifica” for Blood River Productions.
Vincent has also appeared in many independent and documentary films and local commercials.
Quintiliani is a founding member of the Wednesday Repertory Company and is excited to be part of their next production.