Vincent Vandorpe Filiep P. Olasiman better known as Vince Vandorpe, is a Filipino-Belgian actor and Youtube vlogger. Currently under Luminary Talent Management (Popoy Caritativo) previously co-managed with GMA Artist Center.
Born in Kortrijk, Belgium. His native language is Flemish/Dutch but also knows how to speak English and a little bit of French. He lived in the Philippines for 6 years and managed to learn the Filipino language. His mother is a Filipina from Valencia Dumaguete, and his father is Belgian. Vince has an elder brother named Alhjon and 3 younger sisters named Sydney, Mary and Caitlyn.
FILM AND MEDIA CAREER
Filipino YouTube star who is widely known for his eponymous Vandorpy channel. He has gained popularity there for his reactions, travelogues, and personal acting and modeling reels.
He has earned almost 200,000 subscribers to his YouTube channel. Apart from YouTube, he has found success on TV, particularly with GMA7 Philippines. He worked as a remote host on Unang Hirit and then got a regular role on the prime-time series Meant To Be as Avi. After that he portrayed the character Rafael Larrazabal, brother of Ding Dong Dantes and Dennis Trillo on another prime time series called Cain At Abel.
Also view Vince Vandorpe’s IMDB profile.
Before acting and Youtube, Vince started his career as a commercial model under IM Agency and Mercator Models.
Because of the corona outbreak Vince moved back to Belgium to focus on his businesses and working skills. Vince is the owner of a neon light company he started up in 2021 that supplies brands,events and shops. (www.neonlicht.be)
Aside from that he started up a construction company (Project-V) that does mainly renovation of houses. Total projects and has acquired the skills of carpenting,painting,bathroom remodeling to plumbing. In short total renovation projects.
Currently the entrepreneur is starting up a Social Media marketing agency that is called “Convince Media” that produces video and photo content, going back to the skillset he acquired over the years in the media sector.
(updated August 1, 2022)
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