Starsky & Hutch actor Vince Vaughn denied dating former 'Friends' star Jennifer Aniston. According to a report in Britain's Daily Mirror newspaper, Vaughn was disturbed by the rumors from the media and at the post-premiere party of his latest film, 'The Wedding Crashers' at London's Titanic bar, he denied he was romantically involved with beautiful Jennifer Aniston.
He said: "We're making a film
together, man. Jennifer's a sweet girl but she's very vulnerable right now and has been through a really hard time. I know people would love it if we were dating, but we're not. She doesn't need to cry on my shoulders".
Rumors about Aniston and Vaughn spread after the two actors were pictured together cuddling on the set of "The Break Up".
Vince Vaughn, born March 28, 1970 was noticed by Steven Spielberg in "Swingers" who cast him in "The Lost World: Jurassic Park"; the part gave him an amount of exposure. From there, Vaughn went on to make "A Cool, Dry Place" and played Norman Bates in the 1998 remake of Alfred Hitchcock's "Psycho". In 2000 he starred in "The Cell" with Jennifer Lopez and "Made in 2001" (another Favreau film).
In 2004 he joined Ben Stiller in "Starsky & Hutch" and "Dodgeball". His most recent film is the "Get Shorty" sequel Be Cool. This year, Vince appeared in Doug Liman's "Mr. and Mrs. Smith", starring Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie.