Chuck Vincent

 Born in Garden City Michigan, CHUCK VINCENT, has spent 25 years working in professional theatre and films.

At the age of fifteen he made his show business debut as a member of a rock and roll band. After moving to New York, he launched a successful career as a theatrical director, stage manager and designer, working with such prestigious companies as Robert Brustein's Yale Repertory, APA and the Negro Ensemble Company.

In 1970, he shifted from theater to films, and has written, directed and produced more than 30 features. He has made "R" rated films such as AMERICAN TICKLER, SUMMER CAMP, and SNAP!,as well as erotic classics like Roommates, Bad Penny, Jack 'n' Jill, and Bon Appetit.


DistribPix Filmography

As Screenwriter