Vincent Duvall, born Vincent DePasquale, is a minor actor on How to Get Away with Murder, who portrays the role of Roger Galvinson.



Originally from Boston and then San Francisco, Vince Duvall-DePasquale studied film and theatre at UCLA and business at UC Berkeley. After winning the Shakespeare Award at UCLA, he went to Oxford, England (Baliol) where he studied classical acting with professionals in the UK film business like Jeremy Irons, Vanessa Redgrave, Brian Cox and classical training with the RSC, LAMDA and RADA. In his first professional stage production, he appeared as a lead in Acapulco, written and directed by Steven Berkoff at the Odyssey Theater in Los Angeles. While at UC he was a member of Sigma Alpha Mu, the UC Taekwondo team. Other achievements include being named most humorous, making the Dean's List and assisting the UC Career Center launch Callisto-OCR (On-Campus Recruiting Program).

TV credits include many recurring and guest roles on familiar crime dramas with known actors like Alec Baldwin, James Cahn, Anthony LaPaglia, Patricia Arquette, Lawrence Fishburn, Paul Guilfoyle, Viola Davis, Tim Roth and Craig Nelson. He also has appeared in several sitcoms and family entertainment. In addition to appearing in a wide range of indie feature films and shorts, Duvall helps produce DWF the last truly indie film festival at the Hollywood Chinese Theater every year. He also managed Dodger Stadium and franchised a Seattle Best café in the greater LA area. When not acting he is a writer, does stand-up and works with the Upright Citizens Brigade in and around Hollywood.[1]


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