Vincent Van Patten

Find details about Vincent Van Patten below including address, phone number and mailing. Besides Vincent Van Patten contact details, this page also contains family, biography, facts and social networks. Reach the contact below can be used to communicate, get an autograph or send a letter with your idol.

Vincent Van Patten Fan mail Address

Michael Wallach Management

908 Granville Avenue, Suite 300

Los Angeles, CA 90049

United States

Contact

Phone Number: 310.820.9926

Email Address: –

Vincent Van Patten Biography

Full Name: Vincent Van Patten

Nicknames: Vincent Van Patten

Profession: Actor

Height: 180 Cm

Personal Life

Date of Birth/Age: October 17, 1957 (age 60 years @2018)

Birthplace:  Bellerose, New York, United States

Nationality: American

Education:  –

Hometown: –

Parents: Dick Van Patten, Pat Van Patten

Sibling: James Van Patten, Nels Van Patten

Spouse: Eileen Davidson (m. 2003), Betsy Russell (m. 1989–2001)

Children: Jesse Thomas Van Patten, Vincent Van Patten Jr., Richard Van Patten

Social Network

Website: –

Facebook: –

Instagram: –

Twitter: twitter.com/vincevanp_wpt

YouTube: –

Google+: –

Loading spinner

2 Comments

  1. Hey Vince,

    I learned more from Mike about Hold’em and being a gentleman at the table than all the pro’s added together. He will be missed and I’m sorry you lost a good friend.

    David Snowberger

    Reply
  2. Ok, so just ran into one of your movies on cable and read a recent article about you yesterday so I had to write. I had a question that would be cool if you could answer. We read about your tennis career on wikipedia and it didn’t explain why you quit tennis. Was it hard to do both acting and tennis? Also, do you think acting hurt your tennis career? You did really well in tennis and even beat McEnroe. In addition, you were high in the rankings in both singles and doubles in the 20s. TBH, playing at Wimbledon is incredible in itself and you made it to the third round at both Wimbledon and the U.S. Open. I would have been happy to play any event on the circuit. You must have made your father proud with your tennis success since I remember him playing on tv (also liked watching Eight is Enough so big fan of your dad too). I guess another question is did you dad have any influence on your tennis or acting career? It seems like it would be hard to juggle both and that’s why I was curious as to what happened to the tennis career and why you quit? You were having a lot of success with it. Congrats on your amazing tennis and acting careers as well as commentating on poker and thanks in advance if you can respond.

    Reply

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *