Born in Ipswich, Vincent Redmon trained with Janet Kinson and at the Arts Educational School before joining the Royal Ballet School. He came second in the Prix de Lausanne in 1983. He joined Sadler's Wells Royal Ballet in 1984, was promoted to First Soloist in 1990, Principal Character Artist, 1993. His major roles with the Company included Mercutio (Romeo and Juliet), Petrushka, Kay (The Snow Queen), Franz (Coppélia), Benno (Swan Lake), Puck (The Dream), Will Mossop (Hobson's Choice), the Joker (Card Game), the Profiteer (The Green Table) and Symphonic Variations. He has choreographed works for Birmingham Royal Ballet (Auras, Meridian of Youth) and London City Ballet. He joined Rambert Dance Company in 1994 and has danced in many works, including Christopher Bruce's Swansong, Rooster and Moonshine. He has created roles in several of Christopher Bruce's works for Rambert, including Meeting Point, Quicksilver and Stream. He is a company teacher and rehearsal director for Rambert Dance Company.