I’m honored to be a part of the Vincent Price Family Legacy. Beginning in 2015, I started working with Vincent’s daughter, Victoria Price. Our first event together was a celebration of Vincent’s legacy at Truman State University in Kirksville, MO. The October Homecoming event raised awareness for The Vincent Price Theatrical Performance Scholarship, which Vincent created at the University in 1986.
“Since his death in 1993, Vincent Price’s legacy as a Hollywood legend has only grown in stature. His lengthy and distinguished career—as the voice of The Saint on the radio; as an actor in such unforgettable horror films as House of Wax and The Fly, in classic movies such as Laura and The Song of Bernadette, and on popular TV shows such as Batman and The Brady Bunch; and as a star on the Broadway stage—spanned sixty-five years. In addition to being an icon of stage and screen, Price was an art historian. His passion for art and enthusiasm for sharing his collections helped popularize the visual arts in the United States. As a gourmet chef, his zest for good food shines through in his bestselling cookbooks. Widely revered for his elegance and erudition, this Renaissance man left his mark on many areas of American culture during the twentieth century.”