Vincent Ventresca

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VIDEO: Backfire

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Backfire
Paid | iTunes
Length: 43:42
Aired: 4/10/2013

When the CSIs investigate a triple homicide, Russell has to find a way to connect with a 6-year-old girl who was the sole survivor and witness. watch

VIDEO: Backfire

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Backfire
Paid | Amazon Instant Video
Length: 44:00
Aired: 4/10/2013

When the CSIs investigate a triple homicide, Russell has to find a way to connect with a 6-year-old girl who was the sole survivor and witness. watch

VIDEO: Backfire [HD]

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Backfire [HD]
Paid | Amazon Instant Video
Length: 44:00
Aired: 4/10/2013

When the CSIs investigate a triple homicide, Russell has to find a way to connect with a 6-year-old girl who was the sole survivor and witness. watch

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The Learning Curve
Dead & Breakfast
Madison

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Credits

Year Title Description
2012 Syfy 20th Anniversary Special TV Show Series, Remarks by
2005 Dead & Breakfast Movie, Actor - Doc
2005 Madison Movie, Actor - Walker Greif
2004 Complete Savages TV Show Series, Actor - Jimmy
2000 The Invisible Man TV Show Series, Additional Editing - Darien Fawkes

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News

Invisible Man Reappears

When he signed up to appear in the Sci Fi Channel flick Larva (premiering Saturday at 9 pm/ET), leading man Vincent Ventresca knew that the feature's creatures were likely to steal scenes from him. "They do kind of upstage me," he admits to TV Guide Online with a chuckle. "They're not like worms, that's for sure!" Luckily, the Complete Savages regular was fine with ceding the spotlight to the monsters' mashing. "My biggest fear going into this project was that it wouldn't seem suspenseful, because it would seem so ridiculous. But everyone really committed to what was at stake, and consequently, it works. I'm really proud of it." Needless to say, the onetime Invisible Man star is not among those performers who turn up their noses at fantastical fare. "I've always just wanted to be a part of something that ultimately seemed like it mattered, and that's what's so great about a sci-fi audience," he explains. "It matters to them! read more

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