Vincent M. Ward Height and Weight Stats

Vincent M. Ward is an American actor who portrayed Oscar in Season 3 of AMC’s The Walking Dead. Vincent Ward was born on January 27, 1971 in Dayton, Ohio. Growing up, he found himself as being a triple threat as an athlete, participating in basketball, football, and baseball. While entering high school, Vincent decided to choose one sport. That one sport was basketball, which he still plays to this very day. Vincent found himself being the first and so far, the only player to start on the varsity basketball team all four years of high school. Vincent was All-City First Team, All City GMVC First Team and was mentioned to be one of the best players in Ohio. A few years later Vincent surprised himself as he was cast as part of a touring company there in Columbus, OH. He toured with this company performing education and diverse plays such as “Black Man Rising”, “The Ones Who Shoot the Guns”, and “Young Black Men are Dying, and No One Seems to Care”. After the tour ended Vincent decided to branch off and test his acting ability with other theaters. Vincent M. Ward is known for his work on Ocean’s Eleven (2001), Traffic(2000) and Bringing Down the House (2003).

Body Stats:

Height: 6′ 3”/ 191 cm

Weight: 240 lbs/ 109 kg

Ethnicity: African-American

Hair Color: Black

Eye Color: Brown


Vincent M. Ward, American Footy Star Launch Party

Vincent M. Ward, American Footy Star Launch Party

Name: Vincent M. Ward

Nickname: Vince

Date of Birth: January 27, 1971

Place of Birth: Dayton, Ohio

Place of Residence: LA/Atlanta

Zodiac Sign: Aquarius

Education: Trotwood-Madison High School

Social Networks:

Vincent M. Ward

Vincent M. Ward

Fun Facts:

Relationships: Married

Children: 4

Awards and Honors: –

Hobbies and Interests: Basketball

Favorite Color: Black

Favorite Food: Waffles

Favorite Music: The Misfits

Favorite Actor: Denzel Washington

Favorite Sports: Basketball

Favorite Movie: Sling Blade

Interesting Facts:

  • He appeared as a bodyguard in an episode of Hot in Cleveland, starring Betty White.
  • He appeared as a mailman in a 2013 episode of the FX series Wilfred.
  • He debuted in a minor role in the Steven Soderbergh directed film Traffic in 2000 and followed that with a role in another Soderbergh picture Ocean’s Eleven.
  • He likes theatre more than movies.
  • Ward played the role of Kenzo in the play “Nylons” by Brandi Burks in Los Angeles in 2011.


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