Vince married Kyla Weber on Saturday January 2, 2010 in a small private ceremony outside of his hometown of Chicago before his family and friends.
Vince's "Frat Pack" movies include Dodgeball, Starsky and Hutch, Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy, Wedding Crashers and Old School.
When Vince was a kid, he had trouble reading and used to attend classes for kids with learning disabilities.
Vince is such a fan of the Madden NFL video game series that he owns every version ever made. In 2005, he was rewarded by getting an advance copy from EA Sports.
Vince was involved in an altercation while celebrating his 33rd birthday in 2003 in L.A. While waiting for a ride home, a guy insulted Vince, and when Vince gave him a strange look, the person punched him in the face. Vince only suffered a bloody nose.
Vince's first job was as a telemarketer.
In 2008, Vince attended the Iron Man premiere to support his good friend Jon Favreau, who directed the movie. The two met while making Swingers,which was Vince's first big movie.
In 2008, a list was conducted to see which star returned the most money, and Vince topped the actor list. For every dollar he was paid, his movies grossed $14.73 at the box office.
Before Vince was a celebrity, he appeared in an "After School Special" about steroids with his friend, Peter Billingsley.
Vince has two older sisters named Valeri and Victoria.
As of 2005, Vince resides in Chicago.
Vince was raised a Protestant and a Roman Catholic.
Vince has never owned a cell phone.
Vince turned down the role of "Donnie" in the 2001 movie, Donnie Darko, because he didn't like the idea of playing a 16 year-old. Jake Gyllenhaal ended up getting the part instead.
Vince is right-handed.
In April 2001, Vince was arrested by North Carolina police and charged with fighting in public for his part in a brawl outside a New Hanover County bar. He was in the state shooting Domestic Disturbance, and was ordered to undergo alcohol counseling as part of his plea agreement.
In 2006, Vince ranked #31 on Premiere Magazine's "Power 50" list.
Vince's parents are named Sharon and Vernon Vaughn. His father was a salesman, and his mother was a real-estate agent and stockbroker.
He broke up with his long-time girlfriend, Jennifer Aniston, in December of 2006. They still remain good friends.
Vince was named 'Favorite Leading Man' at the 2007 People's Choice Awards.
Vince is of Lebanese, Italian, Irish, English, and German ancestry.
Vince is a fan of writer and actor Kevin Smith.
Vince loves to dance.
As of March 16, 2006 he weighs 210 pounds.
Vince's nickname is "Mr. Sunshine."
Vince's breakthrough role was in Swingers, playing Trent, a smooth-talking, sexy retro-hipster.
Vince used to date Joey Lauren Adams when they worked together in A Cool, Dry Place. They later worked together in The Break-Up, which Vaughn's girlfriend at the time, Jennifer Aniston was also in. Adams played Aniston's best friend in the movie.
When VInce was 17, he had a back injury which prevented him from a future in a sports career.
Vince's favourite pizza toppings are pepperoni and jalapeno.
Vince ran for Senior Class President when he was in High School because he figured if he was the Class President, he'd have to graduate because you can't flunk the Class President. Vince ran and ended up winning.
One of Vince's favourite films is Little Darlings.
Vince used to perform at Second City, a comedic improvisational company.
A suit worn by Vince in Wedding Crashers was auctioned off by New Line Cinema.
Vince was in the music video "These Arms", a song by Dwight Yoakam.
In 1988, Vince appeared in a TV commercial for Chevrolet.
Vince used to smoke.
Vince is missing a piece of his thumb, due to a car accident.
Vince was named #7 in Entertainment Weekly's 'Top Entertainers of the Year'.
In 1988, Vince graduated from Lake Forest High School. While in school, he played football and wrestled.
Vince was raised in Illinois.
Vince is 6'5".
Vince appeared in the December 2005 issue of GQ.
Vince was romantically linked to Jennifer Aniston after starring together in The Break-Up.
Vince's favorite hockey team is the Chicago Blackhawks and his favorite baseball team is Chicago Cubs.
Vince has been ditched by public relations firm I/D PR, despite the massive success of his hit comedy Wedding Crashers, likely due to his "abusive behavior."
Vince: (revealing why he doesn't believe in polygamy) It's triple the headaches. Triple the nagging. Triple the question, 'What are you thinking?' You have to pick out three sets of blinds.
Vince: Supernanny has come in handy... I do a little Super-Uncle-Nanny thing with the kids.
Vince: Whenever you're scared of something, don't let that define you. We all feel it, but step up.
Vince: I don't like the glamorous nights so much. I usually leave depressed and I don't know why. Maybe it's the forced politeness. I like the local bar with money in the jukebox and a pretty girl next to me.
Vince: Both of my parents worked for a living, so I know what it's like to have real pressure and real problems. Real pressure is having to feed my kids, 'How am I going to make the mortgage?' I benefited from having grandparents who were farmers and immigrants. So I was never like, 'Oh, this is so hard.' You're on a bus going to make people laugh.
Vince: My father's name is Vernon and my mom liked the initials double-V, so she named my sisters Victoria and Valerie. That's cool, except when the dogs start getting V names.
Vince: (After saying he would never find a woman he would want to be the mother of his children) I don't run away from the responsibility of having a family, but I've never been to the point where I've felt like, 'Wow, this makes sense.'
Vince: If you go out with someone famous, you'll get a certain level of attention around you but it was never something I focused on. And ultimately I do the best I can - I make my movies, and that's all you really can do. I've never done a lot of magazine covers. I don't go to a lot of premieres. I don't really cultivate that. For me I've always made the best movies I can make and then just walked away.
Vince: I think too many people look at the arts with a religious outlook. Arts, music, singing and performing, it's all make-believe.
Vince: The best thing as an actor, the best tool you have is your imagination. That you kind of take things that have happened, and then go and expand on them. However small it is, you use your imagination to create what that reality is. There's something kind of fun when you're not old enough to do anything, driving a car, getting into a bar, drinking, going to a party you don't belong to, something when you're young in that innocent way.
Vince: I'm into the PlayStation now… I recently got into these solve-a-mystery games. They're like a bad drug. They just chuck two weeks out of your life.
Vince: I don't like going to the gym, getting on a treadmill, and putting on my Discman. That's not my idea of a good time. I like hiking or going outside for a half hour. I like being healthy. But I don't like the gym.
Vince: (on needing to put on weight for the movie The Break Up): I had quit smoking a pack of cigarettes a day just in time to put on 11 kg.
Vince: (About his co-star and girlfriend Jenifer Aniston) She's so easy to be around, and I think you just have so much respect for her because she's just so fair with everybody. I needed someone who was a good dramatic actress and the other thing that Jennifer is, what see is what you get.