Vinnie Jones

Actor, Professional football (soccer) player
One of the toughest of England's "hard men" of football, Vinnie Jones parlayed his notoriety as a talented if ruthless player for championship teams into a career as a supporting actor and occasional lead in films on ... Read more »
Born: 01/05/1965 in Hertfordshire, England, GB


Actor (69)

Arrow 2015 - 2016 (Tv Show)


Galavant 2014 - 2016 (TV Show)


Toxin 2016 (Movie)

Renner (Actor)

6 Ways to Die 2015 (Movie)

John Doe (Actor)

Absolution 2015 (Movie)

The Boss (Actor)

Conan 2015 (Tv Show)


Gutshot Straight 2015 (Movie)

Carl (Actor)

Ambushed 2014 (Movie)


Awaken 2014 (Movie)


Blood Out 2014 (Movie)

Zed (Actor)

Carry On London 2014 (Movie)

Tony Le Berc (Actor)

Checkmate 2014 (Movie)


Fractured 2014 (Movie)

Quincy (Actor)

Gridlocked 2014 (Movie)

Ryker (Actor)

Hijacked 2014 (Movie)

Otto Southwell (Actor)

Legend of the Bog 2014 (Movie)

Mr. Hunter (Actor)

Psych 2014 (Tv Show)


Reaper 2014 (Movie)

Rob (Actor)

Redirected 2014 (Movie)

Golden Pole (Actor)

Strike 2014 (Movie)

Roddy (Actor)

The Filthy War 2014 (Movie)

Zeljko Raznatovic "Arkan" (Actor)

The Musketeers 2014 (Tv Show)


Vychislitel 2014 (Movie)

Yust Van Borg (Actor)

Armed Response 2013 (Movie)

Tillinghast (Actor)

Elementary 2013 (Tv Show)


Escape Plan 2013 (Movie)

Drake (Actor)

Way of the Wicked 2013 (Movie)


Extraction 2012 (Movie)

Ivan Rudovsky (Actor)

Fire With Fire 2012 (Movie)

Boyd (Actor)

Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted 2012 (Movie)

Freddie the Dog (Actor)

You May Not Kiss the Bride 2012 (Movie)


Kill the Irishman 2011 (Movie)

Keith Ritson (Actor)

The Cape 2011 (Tv Show)


Age of the Dragons 2010 (Movie)


Smokin' Aces 2: Assassins' Ball 2009 (Movie)

McTeague (Actor)

The Heavy 2009 (Movie)

Dunn (Actor)

Untitled 2009 (Movie)

Ray Barko (Actor)

Year One 2009 (Movie)

Sargon (Actor)

Hell Ride 2008 (Movie)

Billy Wings (Actor)

The Bleeding 2008 (Movie)

Cain (Actor)

The Midnight Meat Train 2008 (Movie)

Mahogany (Actor)

The Riddle 2008 (Movie)


Loaded 2007 (Movie)

Mr Black (Actor)

Strength and Honor 2007 (Movie)

Smasher O'Driscoll (Actor)

The Condemned 2007 (Movie)

McStarley (Actor)

Tooth & Nail 2007 (Movie)

Mongrel (Actor)

She's the Man 2006 (Movie)

Coach Dinklage (Actor)

X-Men: The Last Stand 2006 (Movie)

Cain Marko/Juggernaut (Actor)

Hollywood Flies 2005 (Movie)

Sean (Actor)

Johnny Was 2005 (Movie)

Johnny (Actor)

Played 2005 (Movie)

Detective Brice (Actor)

Blast 2004 (Movie)

Michael Kittredge (Actor)

Eurotrip 2004 (Movie)

Mad Maynard (Actor)

Shooting Gallery 2004 (Movie)


Submerged 2004 (Movie)

Henry (Actor)

The Big Bounce 2004 (Movie)

Lou Harris (Actor)

Mean Machine 2002 (Movie)

Danny Meehan (Actor)

Night at the Golden Eagle 2002 (Movie)

Rodan (Actor)

Swordfish 2001 (Movie)

Marco (Actor)

Vinnie Jones Goes to Hollywood 2000 - 2001 (TV Show)


Gone in 60 Seconds 2000 (Movie)

The Sphinx (Actor)

Snatch 2000 (Movie)

Bullet Tooth Tony (Actor)

Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels 1999 (Movie)

Big Chris (Actor)

Honestly (Movie)


Loaded (TV Show)


Mind Games (Tv Show)


Mysterious Island (TV Show)


Slipstream (TV Show)


The Other Half (Movie)

The Boss (Actor)


One of the toughest of England's "hard men" of football, Vinnie Jones parlayed his notoriety as a talented if ruthless player for championship teams into a career as a supporting actor and occasional lead in films on both sides of the Atlantic. Jones' movie roles rarely asked him to do more than provide a physically imposing presence, but from time to time - most notably in Guy Richie's "Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels" (1998) - he displayed a knack for comic delivery as well. He also successfully parodied his two-fisted soccer persona in a string of popular television ads in England, making him a bit of public treasure in his homeland.


Tanya Jones Song

Married in June 1994

Kayley Jones

Born in 1987 mother Tanya Jones

Aaron Jones

Born in 1991 mother Tanya Jones


Chancellors School




Appeared in the biblical comedy "Year One"; directed by Harold Ramis


Co-starred in the horror film "The Midnight Meat Train"


Co-starred in the horror film, "Tooth and Nail"


Cast as Juggernaut in "X-Men: The Last Stand" directed by Brett Ratner


Played coach Dinklage in the Amanda Bynes comedy "She’s the Man"


Cast opposite Owen Wilson and Gary Sinise in "The Big Bounce"


Played a famous footballer in the film "Mean Machine"


Released an album of blues and soul songs in the UK called "Respect"


Re-teamed with director Guy Ritchie to play indestructible Bullet Tooth Tony in "Snatch"


Co-starred with Nicolas Cage in "Gone In 60 Seconds," as the silent sidekick


Made acting debut in Guy Ritchie’s crime comedy, "Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels," as enforcer and debt collector Big Chris


Served as player/coach of the Queens Park Rangers before retiring the following year


Chosen to captain the Wales International soccer team


Hosted a video compilation called "Soccer’s Hard Men," which offered up footage of him and other footballers engaging in rough gameplay


Joined the Wimbledon F.C.; won the Football Association Challenge Cup in 1988

Began his football (soccer) career with the semi-professional Wealdstone Football Club (or F.C.)

Bonus Trivia


Won GQ Magazine's "Man of the Year" Award in 1999.


Was banned from flying on Virgin Atlantic after causing a fight on a flight to Tokyo.


Holds the record for being the quickest player ever to be yellow-carded in a game of professional soccer. He was booked 3 seconds into the game.