He then transferred to Hudson Valley Community College, later dropping out after losing his financial aid package for dropping too many classes.

He then worked as a truck driver, and did not continue his athletic career.

Hundreds of black films come out and don't get any distribution from studios. Both the part of Antoine Batiste on Treme and the part of Owen Thoreau, Jr., on Men of a Certain Age (2009) were created with him in mind.

While at Herkimer, he was a captain of the basketball team, shooting 71 percent from the field, while pursuing an associate degree in business sports management.

He accepted an offer to University of the Cumberlands, where he enrolled with two remaining years of athletic eligibility.

He attended Bishop Ludden High School, where he played competitive football and track.

In his junior season, he totaled 17 receiving touchdowns, and tallied 28 more as a senior.

With a little help from Vinnie's sister, Wilma, and his next-door neighbor, Taryn, Vinnie gets the hang of being a parent.

At the same time, Wendell finds himself trying to keep his immature uncle under control.

Williams signed with Division III Morrisville State College, where he played football for the Mustangs.

After his freshman season, he totaled 30 receptions for 515 yards and 3 touchdowns.

Writing and filming of Wendell & Vinnie began in late 2011/early 2012 at Warner Brothers Studios, Vinnie is the owner of a pop culture memorabilia store and lives in Los Angeles without a care in the world.