Vincent Carubia was born in Elizabeth, NJ on April 20, 1986. He recently recieved his BFA in film and television from Savannah College of Art and Design in Savannah, GA. After graduation he road tripped across country to Los Angeles, CA. Aside from his love for making movies, he truly loves being on stage and in front of the camera as well. With a minor in Performing Arts, he has appeared in shows such as A Chorus Line, and Guys and Dolls. Recently in 2008 he had been a part of Rocky Horror Show Live playing the role of Brad Majors and being the special event for a charity sponsored by Georgia Equality. In Film he has worked for the Discovery Network as a Production Assistant for two tv shows, had a supporting role, Marty Finklestein, in Amy Lerner Maddox’s Pineapple Upside-Down Cake, and played the role of Doug in Steven Stanley’s Graduate Thesis Push, which has screened in the LA film festival giving Vincent his first IMDB credit. This film later went on to win best student film at the Savannah Film Festival in 2007. Vincent also feels as an actor, majoring in film has broadened his understanding of how to work on screen and separate that from his talent on the musical stage. He has also written / directed / and produced two mind boggling shorts Reverie Hills and Gameshow. He hopes you all enjoy his work and his sense of humor to the fullest.