Vadim Imperioli is the first son of Michael Imperioli, an American actor, director, writer, and musician, whom he had with his wife Victoria Chlebowski. He is an actor and stand-up comedian born in 1997 and is 26 years old.
Though Vadim Imperioli is gradually growing in fame in the entertainment world, a larger part of his recognition is because he is the son of a successful personality in the entertainment industry. Vadim’s father, Michael Imperiorli, has so far achieved a wide range of recognition in the HBO crime drama The Sopranos as Christopher Moltisanti. In this article, we have unfolded all that is to be known about the actor’s first son, Vadim Imperioli.
How Old Is Vadim Imperioli?
Vadim Imperioli is 26 years old. Meanwhile, the precise date and month that he was born have remained unknown to the public, but it is reported that he was born in 1997 in the United States.
He is of mixed ethnicity, including Italian-American and Russian-American ancestry, while he holds American nationality. He was raised under the care of his parents alongside his two siblings, Isabella Chlebowski and David Imperioli.
The first son of Michael Imperioli had his high school education at Santa Barbara High School in California. Vadim Imperioli also attended Purchase College, where he studied cinema studies; unfortunately, he didn’t graduate from college.
Meet Vadim Imperioli’s Parents
Michael Imperioli, a musician, actor, writer, and director, is the father of Vadim Imperioli. He was born on March 26, 1966, in Mount Vernon, New York, to Dan Imperoli, an amateur actor and bus driver, and Claire Imperioli, an amateur actress and department store worker. The actor grew up under the care of his parents and his brother, John Imperioli.
Vadim’s father aspired to become an actor at a younger age. Though he was set to study pre-med at the State University of New York, he later went on to study acting at the Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute.
In Martin Scorsese’s 1990 film Goodfellas, Michael Imperioli played the character Spider. He has appeared in minor parts in films, including The Lovely Bones (2009), Shark Tale (2004), The Basketball Diaries (1995), Bad Boys (1995), Jungle Fever (1991), and Bad Boys.
His acting prowess has earned him lots of accolades, including the Primetime Emmy Award, Screen Actors Guild Awards, Golden Globe Awards, PRISM Awards, and others. To date, Michael is still active in his career and dishing out the best.
Victoria Imperioli is Vadim Imperioli’s mother, born in 1966. She is of Russian-American nationality and was born in Russia. Victoria Imperioli is a producer, businesswoman, and actor. Her work as the director of The Hungry Ghosts is well recognized. Vadim Imperioli’s mother played Laszlo in the movie JOY de V. Aside from her expertise in the entertainment industry as an actress, she is also a set designer.
Aside from their fame as actors, Vadim Imperioli’s parents are also entrepreneurs. They are the founders of the 66-seat Studio Dante Theatre in New York City. Vadim’s mother employed her skills in interior design to create stunning chandeliers and other adornments for the theatre. She also designs sets and costumes for the plays and events that will be presented there.
Together with her partner, Sonya Chang, Vadim Imperioli’s mother has established her own design company, SVE New York.
Are Vadim Imperioli’s Parents Still Together?
Vadim Imperioli’s parents are still together. The love between the couple has made their marriage one of the most outstanding marriages among popular entertainers.
They have remained focused on their marriage and have not recorded any marital controversy. Imperioli’s parents have not missed any opportunity to express how much they love each other to the public.
Although it’s unclear how or when Vadim Imperioli’s parents first met each other, there are rumors that they fell in love while they were both at the same pub in the 1990s. After getting to know one another for a while, they fell in love and wed in September 1996.
Not quite long after they got married, they welcomed Vadim Imperioli. He was raised under the care of his parents, who are still married to each other.
Vadim Has Two Siblings Namely David and Isabella
Vadim Imperioli is not a lone child; he has two other siblings, namely David Imperioli and Isabella Chlebowski.
David Imperioli is the younger sibling of Vadim Imperioli. Just like his elder brother Vadim, the year, day, and month David was born have remained unknown. He has so far kept a low key of his profile, unlike his parents and his elder brother. As a result of this, nothing is known about his educational background or his career path to date.
Isabella Chlebowski is Vadim Imperioli’s only sister. Her mother, Victoria Chlebowski, had her during her previous relationship before she met Vadim’s father. Being that her family prefers to keep their personal lives private, every aspect of Isabella’s personal life has been taken off the public eye. The day, month, and year of her birth have remained unknown to date. What she has her hands on, as well as where she is at the moment, has been unclear.
Vadim Imperioli is a Stand-Up Comedian and Actor
Michael Imperioli’s son, in his high school days, aspired to be a stand-up comedian. Although he had to quit on the spot, reports have it that he created a Go Fund Me page in April 2016 to achieve his aim.
The report further stated that he realized that the page that he used to generate funds was a big letdown for his parents. In one of his jokes, Vadim stated, “They say you are what you eat. I don’t remember eating a huge letdown to my parents.”
Vadim Imperioli eventually followed his father’s career path and has gained three acting credits so far. He is notable for taking a role in Detroit 1-8-7 as Bobby Fitch. Vadim also appeared in Oprah Winfrey’s For One More Day, where he played the character of Young Charley ‘Chick’ Benetto. His third acting credit was in Joy de V, where he played the role of Daniel.
He Was Once Arrested For Spray-Painting A Nazi Symbol
Vadim Imperioli was detained after he spray-painted a swastika on a bulletin board at the State University of New York. He was charged with criminal mischief for the violence on November 20, according to Capt. Doug Larkin of the NYPD. Immediately after his arrest, his Facebook page was deleted. Although Vadim Imperioli was granted bail, at a point during the trial, Judge Buitrago demanded that the court double his bail, which was initially $5,000.