Vincent Vince Caso is an American actor and entrepreneur best known for his co-starring role as Bladezz on the critically acclaimed web series The Guild.
Vincent Caso was born in Weymouth, Massachusetts, but he was raised in Los Angeles, California where he attended a school for the Arts. At the age of thirteen, he decided to go into acting, and within a year, he landed a role in his first feature film, American Fork, a comedy produced by Jeremy Coon of Napoleon Dynamite. The film premiered at Slamdance in January 2007, garnering Vincent some good reviews and his first red carpet experience alongside fellow cast members Billy Baldwin, Kathleen Quinlan, and writer/star Hubbel Palmer. American Fork was released in a limited number of theaters in fall of 2009, under the new name Humble Pie.
Despite having a role in a feature film, Caso is best known for his role as Bladezz in the hit web series The Guild, which premiered in the summer of 2007. In the series Bladezz has a little sister Dena, who's played by Caso's real-life sister Tara Caso.
Caso has made appearances at comic and gaming conventions, such as BlizzCon and Comic-Con. He also makes occasional appearances at the Magic Castle.
He has a number of other projects currently in the planning stages.