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    Vinny Guadagnino

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    Vinny Guadagnino
    Born November 11, 1987 (age 24)
    Staten Island, New YorkUnited States
    Occupation Television personality
    Years active 2009–present
    Known for Jersey Shore

    Vinny Guadagnino (born November 11, 1987) is an American reality television personality and actor. He is a cast member on MTV's Jersey Shore.



    [edit]Early life

    Guadagnino was born and raised in Staten Island, New York, and comes from a traditional Italian-American family. His mother was born in Sicily, and his family's farm is visited during an episode in Jersey Shore's fourth season.[1]

    Guadagnino attended Susan E. Wagner High School. He graduated from the City University of New York, Staten Island with a 3.9 GPA[1] and was a political aide for a New York State Assemblyman.


    After the success of Jersey Shore, Guadagnino has dedicated his extra time to taking acting classes and honing his craft.[2] A self-described natural entertainer, Guadagnino’s interest in acting is focused on comedy. He recently guest-starred on MTV’s scripted comedy series The Hard Times of RJ Berger playing the role of RJ’s cousin, and was also featured in an episode of 90210 which aired November 8, 2011.[3] Guadagnino has expressed interest in continuing to appear on 90210 in a recurring role.[3] He appeared in another90210 episode entitled "O Holly Night" in his recurring role. Recently he appeared on the Syfy original movie Jersey Shore Shark Attack.


    Guadagnino launched a line of shirts for the charity "To Fux A Vision", with proceeds donated to bullying.[4] In collaboration with the charity organization Do Something, the shirts carry the anti-bullying message "Fuck Bullies". He also supports the animal rescue organization Much Love, for whom he recently participated in a charity auction. Guadagnino has been a presenter at the GLAAD awards.

    Vinny Guadagnino has also written and released a book with Samantha Rose titled, Control The Crazy: My Plan To Stop Stressing, Avoid Drama, and Maintain Inner Cool.[5][6] .


    In December 2011, a song posted on Guadagnino's YouTube account contained lyrics that drew criticism from advocacy groups. TheRape, Abuse & Incest National Network publicly addressed the issue saying, "The lyrics in Vinny Guadagnino's new rap song that glorify rape are ignorant. Trivializing this violent crime sends a dangerous message to the public." Guadagnino quickly pulled the video from his YouTube account and issued the following statement, "I'd like to apologize for the rap. Was meant to be a funny take on an already 'dirty' song – funny since I'm known as the 'good boy,'" Guadagnino wrote. "I am 100 percent against violence of any kind. I work with many organizations to stop violence and bullying, and will continue to. It's something I strongly believe in. Very sorry to anyone I've offended."[7]

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