Academy Juvenile Award
| Vincent Winter|
| 29 December 1947 (1947-12-29) Aberdeen, Scotland, United Kingdom|
November 2, 1998, Chertsey, United Kingdom
Almost Angels, The Little Kidnappers, Gorgo, The Three Lives of Thomasina, Time Lock
Steve Previn, Eugene Lourie, Philip Leacock, Don Chaffey, Alejandro Jodorowsky
Vincent Winter Wikipedia
Vincent Winter (29 December 1947 – 2 November 1998) was a Scottish film actor who was successful as a child actor. As an adult, he continued to work in the film industry as a production manager and in other activities.
Winter was born in Aberdeen, Scotland, and made his first film appearance at the age of six in The Kidnappers (US: The Little Kidnappers, 1953) jointly winning an Academy Juvenile Award, along with Jon Whiteley. He appeared in several films as a child including Beyond This Place (US: Web of Evidence, 1959) and the Walt Disney features Greyfriars Bobby (1961), Almost Angels (1962), The Horse Without a Head (1963) and The Three Lives of Thomasina (1963).
As an adult, he continued to work in the film industry behind the scenes. He was a production manager on such films as For Your Eyes Only (1981), Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom (1984) and The Color Purple (1985), and worked as part of a film crew in other tasks.
He died in Chertsey, Surrey, as a result of a heart attack.