The 1980s heartthrob appeared in dozens of television shows and movies since the 1960s, but might be best known as Stringfellow Hawke in the "Airwolf" TV movie and series. His most recent role was in the 2002 film "White Boy". His final role was in the indie movie "White Boy" (2003). In the 1970s, Vincent gained acclaim playing a hippie drafted intothe Vietnam War in the TV movie Tribes, and added some action movie acclaim to his resume by starring in The Mechanic alongside Charles Bronson.
However, it was Airwolf that truly made Vincent a star. According to Variety, he was discovered by a talent scout in 1967 after finishing a stint in the California Army National Guard, and landed a role in the Robert Conrad film "The Bandits".
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Vincent battled with alcohol and substance abuse, having been arrested for possession of cocaine and bar brawls various times.
In 2012, Vincent's right leg was amputated below the knee after he contracted an infection.
Vincent is survived by his wife and daughter.