Jesse Vint

Jesse Lee Vint III was born and raised in Tulsa. While at Oklahoma University he decided that the film business is where he should be, so he left for NYC to study acting. Within a year after arriving in L.A. he was on location for the film "Little Big Man", about Custer's last stand. He also played principal parts in the film classics, "Chinatown", and "Earthquake." Following these he starred in the film MACON COUNTY LINE with his brother Alan Vint, which broke box office records throughout America and Europe. He won the World Celebrity Chess Tournament held at the Century Plaza Hotel in Los Angeles in 1988 and is still the reigning champion. After over a hundred films and television shows he moved to the culturally rich Portland, Oregon - where he currently enjoys the extraordinary outdoor life of the pacific northwest. Jesse was just awarded the 2016 PORTLAND INDIE LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD at a ceremony of Portland, Oregon filmmakers. He is one of eight hundred members in the world

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