An American actor, director, model, musician, painter, and ex-motorcycle racer, Vincent Gallo. He has played supporting roles in movies including ‘Arizona Dream’ (1993), ‘The House of the Spirits’ (1993), ‘Palookaville’ (1995), ‘The Funeral’ (1996), and many more. He is the winner of the Volpi Cup for Best Actor for giving a wonderful performance in ‘Essential Killing’. However, here we have shared some unknown things you probably didn’t know about him. Let’s have a look!
8 Things You Didn’t Know About Vincent Gallo
1- He earned a nomination of the Independent Spirit Awards for his Directorial Debut
Vincent Gallo earned a nomination of the Independent Spirit Awards for his directorial debut in the 1998 film named ‘Buffalo 66’.
2- He performed and composed the music for the film
The most talented star Vincent Gallo performed and composed the music for the film ‘Buffalo 66’ which was released in the year 1998.
3- He is a man with Multiple Talents
Vincent Gallo is a man with multiple talents. He is a film director, writer, model, actor, and a great musician who is known for his amazing contribution.
4- He is a Great Painter
Apart from acting and direction, Vincent Gallo is a great painter. Whenever he gets time, the multi-skilled star loves to paint and often manages time for painting.
5- He is a huge fan of Record Collections
The most talented Hollywood star Vincent Gallo is a huge fan of record collections. He has collected more than 35, 000 vinyl LPs.
6- He is a former Motorcycle Racer
Vincent Gallo is a former motorcycle racer. Do you know what’s the best part of it? He is one of the actual motorcycle riders in his feature film named ‘The Brown Bunny’.
7- He has written, composed, and performed the original music for his movies
Vincent Gallo has written, composed, and performed the original music for his movies including ‘Buffalo 66’, ‘The Agent’ (1990), and ‘Promises Written in Water’ (2010).
8- He has had more than 25 one-man shows of his Paintings
Vincent Gallo has had more than 25 one-man shows of his paintings including several framed New York at the dealer, Annina Nosei, and also organized 4 museum shows including one at the Hara Museum in Tokyo, Japan.