Vincent Irizarry
Photo Vincent Irizarry
Salem Presence
Deimos Kiriakis
January 18, 2016 to Present
At A Glance

Emmy Award-winning actor, Vincent Irizarry, has always had a passion for the arts. His first professional job came on the off-Broadway stage at the New York Shakespeare Festival, where he was directed by the Tony Award-winning director Des McAnuff in his original musical, “The Death of Von Richthoven.” His most recent television credits include guest starring roles on the hit primetime dramas, “Homeland” and “NCIS: Los Angeles,” as well as in the Lifetime telefilm, “Left to Die,” starring opposite Barbara Hershey. Irizarry was also recently seen starring in the feature film, “Worth: The Testimony of Johnny St. James,” opposite Eric Roberts, Corey Feldman, and Jeffrey Johnson.

In television, Irizarry scored as the anti-hero, Lujack, on the “Guiding Light,” a role which earned him a Daytime Emmy-nomination. Soon after, Irizarry moved to Los Angeles, where he worked opposite Nancy McKeon in the television movie “Firefighter;” with Treat Williams, Peter Coyote, and Robert Loggia in Joseph Wambaugh’s Echoes in the Darkness, as well as many guest-starring roles on series such as “L.A. Law,” “Hotel,” and “Murder She Wrote.” Irizarry also won critical acclaim when he was offered the lead role in Jackie Collins’ NBC miniseries “Lucky Chances,” where he portrayed 40 years in the life of character Gino Santangelo. A few more of his most memorable roles would include another star turn in the telefilm, “Lying Eyes,” in his passionate portrayal of a man whose insatiable desires lead him to live a double life of deceit, eventually at the expense of losing everything of real value to himself; and a recurring role on “Beverly Hills, 90210,” as the charming but lethal pimp, Riggs, just to name a few.

Irizarry first joined the cast of “All My Children” in November of 1997, in the short-term contract role of the manipulative and menacing Dr. David Hayward. Due to his incredible popularity, Dr. David Hayward returned to Pine Valley in June of 1998 in this contract role, creating a web of lies, deception and manipulation along the way. The role earned him an Emmy win as Outstanding Supporting Actor in 2009, as well as a nomination for Outstanding Lead Actor in 2002. Other TV credits include principal roles on both “Santa Barbara” and “Young and the Restless,” in the roles of Dr. Scott Clark and David Chow, respectively.

Other features film roles would include playing Sissy Spacek's abusive husband in “Marie” — A True Story, as well as co-starring in Clint Eastwood's “Heartbreak Ridge” for Warner Bros.

Irizarry also produced his own cabaret show, “Fall in Love Again with your Favorite Soap Stars,” with members of “All My Children.”

Acting Portfolio: TELEVISION
The Young and the Restless
David Chow
January 9, 2007, to July 28, 2008

All My Children
David Hayward
November 27, 1997 to March 2, 1998; July 8, 1998 to November 28, 2006; October 23, 2008 to September 23, 2011; April 29, 2013 to September 2, 2013

Beverly Hills, 90210
Riggs
1997

Lying Eyes
Derek Bradshaw
1996

Guiding Light
Nick McHenry Spaulding
1991 to 1996

Lucky/Chances
Gino Santangelo
1990

Echoes in the Darkness
Montione
1987

Santa Barbara
Dr. Scott Clark
1987 to 1989

Firefighter
Mike
1986

Heartbreak Ridge
Fragetti
1986

Guiding Light
Brandon "Lujack" Luvanoczeck
1984 to 1986
Acting Portfolio: FILM
Marie
Dave Ragghianti
1985
Awards & Acclaim
Daytime Emmys Winner, Outstanding Supporting Actor (2009; for All My Children)

Daytime Emmys Nomination, Outstanding Lead Actor (2017; for Days of our Lives)
Daytime Emmys Nomination, Outstanding Lead Actor (2002; for All My Children)
Daytime Emmys Nomination, Outstanding Supporting Actor (2009; for All My Children)
Daytime Emmys Nomination, Outstanding Younger Man (1985; for Guiding Light)

Daytime Emmys Pre-Nomination, Outstanding Lead Actor (2017; for Days of our Lives)
Daytime Emmys Pre-Nomination, Outstanding Lead Actor (2003, 2004, 2012; for All My Children)
Daytime Emmys Pre-Nomination, Outstanding Supporting Actor (2009; for All My Children)

Soap Opera Digest Outstanding Villain (1999)
Vital Statistics
DATE OF BIRTH: November 12, 1959

HAIR: Black

EYES: Brown

MARITAL STATUS: Separated, Avalon House [1997 to Present]

MARITAL STATUS: Divorced, Signy Coleman [Jul 23, 1989, to 1992]

CHILDREN: Daughter, Siena [Mar 1990]; Daughter, Aria [1998]; Son, Elias [Nov 2001]

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