Gary Lee Vincent was born in Clarksburg, West Virginia and is an accomplished author, musician, actor, producer and entrepreneur. In 2010, his horror novel Darkened Hills was selected as 2010 Book of the Year winner by Foreword Reviews Magazine and became the pilot novel for DARKENED - THE WEST VIRGINIA VAMPIRE SERIES, that encompasses the novels Darkened Hills, Darkened Hollows, Darkened Waters, Darkened Souls and Darkened Minds. He has also authored the bizarro thriller Passageway, a tribute to H.P. Lovecraft.
Gary co-authored the novel Belly Timber with John Russo, Solon Tsangaras, Dustin Kay and Ken Wallace, and co-authored the novel Attack of the Melonheads with Bob Gray and Solon Tsangaras. Both books are in production to be major motion pictures.
His short story Glory Holes appears in The Big Book of Bizarro. His short story The Tailsman appears in Westward Hoes and was recently made into a comic book by Burning Bulb Publishing's comics division. His short story Cocaine Connie appears in the Night of the Living Dead tribute anthology Rise of the Dead.
As an actor, Gary starred as George Pogue in the film Belly Timber and played Oscar in the film My Uncle John is a Zombie. He has appeared in other films such as Endor, The Goddess and Ayla.
As a musician, Gary has produced three CDs: 100 Percent, Passion, Pleasure & Pain, and Somewhere Down the Road. A forth musical project, Passion, Pleasure & Pain 2: The Edge of Forever, is in the works for a 2017 release.