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Philadelphia-born Vincent Young achieved his breakthrough in 1997 when he was cast as the troubled but sexily handsome Noah Hunter on the long-running Fox series "Beverly Hills, 90210." Within no time, the tall, handsome, dark-haired player had become an integral part of the plot lines and with the departure of Jason Priestley assumed the mantle of the show's brooding hunk. After training at the William Esper Studio in Manhattan, he landed his first film role in "A Modern Affair" (filmed in 1994; released in 1996), Young landed a recurring role on the USA Network's "Pacific Blue." Unlike some of his castmates, however, the actor prefers to maintain a relative low profile, granting few interviews and preferring to allow his work speak for itself.
Moved to Los Angeles (date approximate)
Feature acting debut, "A Modern Affair" (released in 1996)
Joined cast of Fox's "Beverly Hills, 90210" as Noah Hunter