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Not much is known about Vincent's life prior to or as the outbreak began.
At some point in the apocalypse, Vincent joined a community called the Alexandria Safe-Zone.
Vincent is among a group of teenagers in Alexandria playing near the portion of the wall that had fallen earlier that day. They are taunting a child zombie that is attempting to gnash at them through a hole in the wall. After Judith and Gracie notice what Vincent and the teens are doing, they confront them. Vincent attempts to defend himself and his friends, stating that they were just playing around. After Judith threatens to tell Rosita on what they are doing and how dangerous it is, he becomes angry and pushes Judith to the ground, making a comment about her mother "abandoning" her. Judith and Gracie walk away as Vincent and his friends resume taunting the child zombie.
A short time later, Vincent and the other children are hanging out inside one of the houses. He is chatting with another boy when Judith approaches him and demands to know that if he is the one who broke the work of art containing her and her older brother's hand prints. Vincent confirms that he didn't break her art and proceeds to leave the house with his three friends.
Several months after the storm in Alexandria, and following most of the group moving to the Commonwealth, Vincent has not been seen or mentioned in that timeframe. He is not shown living at the Commonwealth, nor is he seen at Alexandria, making his status unknown.
This list shows the victims Vincent has killed:
- Possibly numerous counts of zombies
- Vincent, unlike his Comic Series counterpart, is a Caucasian teenager, where in the comics Vincent is an African-American adult.