News » Disney TV star, Vincent Martella breaks into the big leagues with two back to back films
HomeMovie NewsMusic NewsTV NewsGossip NewsConfirmed NewsShare Start
FacebookTwitterRSS
Disney TV star, Vincent Martella breaks into the big leagues with two back to back films

TV News /

Published:

Disney TV star, Vincent Martella breaks into the big leagues with two back to back films

  • Martella has finally been given an entry into the movie industry
  • He has cast into two separate films set to release in 2014
  • Martellas first major role of 2014 is in Clingers
Vincent Martella Vincent Martella
Vincent Martella Expo Day Hez Wlox Alexander Martella
Vincent Martella Vincent Martella Everybody Hates Chris
Vincent Martella Shared Photo Us
Vincent On The Walking Dead Vincent Martella
Vincent Martella
Vincent Martella Shared Picture France
Full
Vincent Martella At Event Of Masini Large Picture Wallpaper
Vincent Martella At Event Of Scream
Vincent Martella In Man Of Steel Eroul Large Picture
Vincent Martella In Scream Large Picture
Vincent Martella Celebrity
Vincent Bmartella Balyson Bstoner Bd Bexpo Bhez Wlox And Alyson Stoner
Vincent Martella In Masini Large Picture
Fhd Rmd Vincent Martella
Full Vincent Martella
Kcavincentmartellafromphineasandferb
Vincent Martella
Vincent Martella Images
Ashley Tisdale And Vincent Martella Large Picture
Disney star Vincent Martella has finally been given an entry into the movie industry, and is taking full advantage of it by being cast into two separate films set to release in 2014. This isn't his first movie, in fact he had been cast a small role into the blockbuster hit Role Models. Aside from Role Models the bulk of Martellas roles have been played on various television shows, primarily Disney though he also was cast for two episodes of AMC's Walking Dead.
Vincent Martella was in everyone hates chris
 
Vincent Martellas first major role of 2014 is in Clingers, which currently is in post-production. He Plays Robert Klingher, who is almost immediately killed off. This however isn't quite the end, Vincent remains onset from start to finish in this movie as a ghost with twisted plans motivated by love.
 
Anyone who has had any doubt that Martella could take the strenuous long hours that the movie film industry demands from actors and actresses can relax. Vincent Martella has gone straight from the Clinger set onto the McFarland set, where he is filming beside seasoned actor Kevin Costner. McFarland is the story of a track team couch from a small town that turns his average athletes into all-stars.
Vincent Martella is all grown up
Vincent Martella is all grown up
 
This year is certain to be remembered as the year that Vincent Martella leaped into feature films and claimed his spot among the Hollywood greats. He may be along way off from Vin Diesel, Mark Walhberg and Vince Vaughn, however he is certainly off to a good start and could possibly be running along side them in the very near future. It's the combination of good acting and hard work that turns average actors into Hollywood stars and Vincent Martella is starting off in the right direction by filming two films back to back.
6 Fan Uploads: and Gallery
A.J. Burnett
Eric Clapton
Terry Crews body on cover of Men's Fitness has fans smiling
13th October 2014 @ 04:12pm
Actor Terry Crews is on the cover of Men's Fitness and the Hollywood star reveals some of the life lessons he has learned from his focus on fitness.
Tichina Arnold ready to shine as bball mom in
15th August 2014 @ 10:41am
LeBron James has a new television series coming out on STARZ television called "Survivor's Remorse" in which the beautiful and talented Tichina Arnold w ...
One to Watch: Phineas and Ferb actress Alyson Stoner
29th May 2014 @ 04:54pm
Alyson Stoner is best known for her role in Phineas and Ferb but she also has a lot more projects coming up
Romi Dames looks to change image with 'Emerging' documentary
15th March 2014 @ 03:21am
Romi Dames is filming 'Emerging' documentary and in the process might change her reputation in a good way with Hollywood film executives
More
-
Comments