Walter "Vince" Wright - born Walter Vincent Wright in Louisville, Ky on September 29. Walter lived in Louisville, Kentucky all his childhood with his Mother (Veronica Wright), and two older brothers (Ernest Wright and Marcus Wright) where he attended school up to the 12th grade. His father Ernest Wright died in 1992 at age 10. His father was a civil rights activist in the Louisville school district. His mother and father were both well respected teachers in the community. Walter attend J. Graham Brown school from grades 2-6 and competed in quick recall, the school band and ran track & field at high school/middle school level. During middle school Walter made a name for himself playing local little league football in the Muhammad Ali little league. His first year playing football his team had a perfect record and won the chance to meet Muhammad Ali at an ESPN event. After he got the chance to meet his childhood idol he began to take sports and the entertainment industry serious. After getting accepted to Louisville's Dupont Manual High school Walter mapped out his plan to become one of the best players his graduation year. Walter was able to obtain a scholarship to University of Northern Iowa where he played football and took theatre classes at Strayer-Wood theatre. After moving to Los Angeles to play football, while looking for a job he came across a casting company to pay some bills and his interest in acting sparked after filling in for an acting role one day at work for Nickelodeon. Almost instantly Industry AD's, Producers, and Casting Directors took notice to him and became his mentors, he built a name for himself which eventually lead to his career as a Actor/Producer. Walter now lives in Hollywood, CA working on Commercials, Film, TV, and Music Videos. Walter has an production company Mr. Wright Enterprises and multi-media company which services also a youth foundation named P.A.I.D. Enterprises, LLC. which is an acronym for promoting Positive.Advancement.In.Developement in the community. Walter would like to start a youth mentor-ship program coming from a background of teachers in his family while working in the entertainment industry.