Vincent D'Onofrio stars as the smoothly intuitive Detective Robert Goren in the drama series "Law & Order: Criminal Intent," Dick Wolf's third installment of the "Law and Order" brand, the second-longest running drama series in the history of television. D'Onofrio partners with Detective Alexandra Eames (Kathryn Erbe).

D'Onofrio also stars in the movie "Kill the Irishman" as John Nardi. D'Onofrio also recently acted in the Academy Award-winning live-action short film "The New Tenants" (2010) and also directed his first ever feature, a horror musical entitled "Don't Go in the Woods."

Vincent D'Onofrio recently directed, produced and starred in a short film, "Five Minutes, Mr. Welles." He also recently starred in "Brooklyn's Finest," alongside Richard Gere, Don Cheadle and Ethan Hawke, and "The Break-up," starring Vince Vaughn, Jennifer Aniston and Jon Favreau. D'Onofrio also executive-produced and portrayed 1960s counterculture icon Abbie Hoffman in the film "Steal This Movie," opposite Janeane Garofalo, and starred opposite Jennifer Lopez and Vince Vaughn in the science-fiction noir film "The Cell." D'Onofrio also starred in: "The Dangerous Lives of Altar Boys" as an Irish priest, opposite Jodie Foster; "The Salton Sea," as a methamphetamine dealer opposite Val Kilmer; "Impostor," with Gary Sinise; "Chelsea Walls," directed by Ethan Hawke; and "Happy Accidents," co- starring Marisa Tomei.

With a haunting portrayal of an unstable Vietnam War recruit in Stanley Kubrick's gritty "Full Metal Jacket" in 1987, D'Onofrio gained attention for his intense and compelling talent on the screen. His other early film appearances include "Mystic Pizza" and "Adventures in Babysitting."

D'Onofrio's other film credits include Robert Altman's "The Player," Joel Schumacher's "Dying Young," Tim Burton's "Ed Wood" (in which he played a young Orson Welles), Nancy Savoca's "Household Saints," Kathryn Bigalow's "Strange Days" (opposite Ralph Fiennes and Angela Bassett), Harold Ramis' "Stuart Saves His Family," Barry Sonnenfeld's "Men in Black" (as an intergalactic villain opposite Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones), "The Velocity of Gary" opposite Salma Hayek, "The Thirteenth Floor" opposite Craig Bierko, "The Whole Wide World" (which he produced and starred in opposite Renee Zellweger), and Oliver Stone's "JFK." Vincent D'Onofrio received an Emmy Award nomination in 1998 for his riveting guest appearance in the "Homicide: Life on the Street" episode, "The Subway."

Born in Brooklyn, New York, D'Onofrio grew up in Hawaii, Colorado and Florida. He eventually returned to New York to study acting at the American Stanislavsky Theatre, with Sharon Catten of the Actors Studio. While honing his craft, D'Onofrio appeared in several films at New York University and worked as a bouncer at dance clubs in the city. In 1984, he became a full-fledged member of the American Stanislavsky Theatre, appearing in "The Petrified Forest," "Of Mice and Men," "Sexual Perversity in Chicago," and "The Indian Wants the Bronx." That same year, he made his Broadway debut in "Open Admissions." He recently starred off-Broadway in Sam Shepard's "Tooth of Crime (Second Dance)."

Away from the set, D'Onofrio enjoys spending time in New York with his family.

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How tall is he? How old is he? Find out here.

Age: 58 years old
Birthday: June 30, 1959
Height: 6' 3 ½"
Nickname: The Human Chameleon
Full Name / Real Name: Vincent Phillip D'Onofrio
Birthplace: Brooklyn, NY
Wife: Carin van der Donk (3/22/1997 - 2003, divorced, 1 child)
Greta Scacchi (1991 - 1993, divorced, 1 child)

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diane says:
I think he is a fine actor. He and Kathryn Erbe make a perfect team and I really don't believe the L & O CI would be the hit that it is without them. Vincent is not what you would call the classical heartthrob that Paul Newman, Robert Redford and such are but has a quality about him that makes him very sensual and attractive in so many other ways...If he were only single....LOL....
emily says:
just read Diane's comment.. I totally agree. So upset they canceled CI. Waiting to see what he does next.
sued says:
i am an avid fan of vincent probably watched every episode and films in which he as starred even though i am a very young pensioner criminal intent will not be the same without goren
marsha says:
I will miss the show, get to see the reruns, but I think they want to go on, with their future, so they can do more.
charlotte says:
Love Law and Order, movies were great, Awesome actor and great good person. Love ya!!
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