Vincent Lindon was born on July 15, 1959 in Boulogne-Billancourt, department O-de-Seine, France, in the family of entrepreneur Laurent Lyndon and journalist Alix Dufort. The future actor was engaged in boxing in his childhood, but due to injuries he gave up this occupation. In 1979, Vincent moved to the United States. Later he became an assistant costume designer on the set of the film "My American Uncle" Alain Rene 1980. In New York and Boston, Lyndon took courses in acting and music. Over time, Vincent studied skill at the prestigious Florent Courses. Lyndon's debut in cinema took place in 1982 with the film by Michel Dracha "Guy de Maupassant". The first major projects in the career of an actor appeared in the period from 1986 to 1999. These were "37.2 degrees in the morning" (1986), "Student" (1988), "Hate" (1995), "Beautiful Green" (1996). 2008 was very active in the filmography of Vincent, because then it was replenished with the paintings "Dragon Hunters", "Everyone wants to love," "Everything is for her." During 2015, Lyndon was involved in creating such tapes as The Maid Diaries, Little Prince. Vincent Lyndon was married with actress Sandrine Cyberlan. From this marriage remained daughter Suzanne, and still from the previous relationship son Marcel.