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David Villa on His Early Days as a Pro

As Spain's all-time leading scorer, David Villa recently became only the sixth active player to score 400 career goals. We met up with the World Cup winner to reflect on his career's humble beginnings.
Vice Sports Shorts
2:36

Adam Rippon's Failures Drove Him to Success

After failing to qualify for the 2014 Winter Olympics, figure skater Adam Rippon needed to regain his love for the sport and redefine himself as an elite athlete.
What The Hell Is That Sport?
1:55

Indoor Scottish Highland Games

What the hell are the Scottish Highland Games?
Profiles by VICE
10:14

The Artist with Multiple Personalities

Kim Noble is a painter with dissociative identity disorder – and she uses art to understand her multiple personalities.
DESUS & MERO / Clip
3:51

New York Times Nazi Profile

The New York Times profiles a Seinfeld fan...who is also a White Nationalist and Nazi sympathizer.
The Cusp
4:42

Isaiah Washington is Putting NYC Hoops on His Back

Isaiah Washington will be an incoming freshman at the University of Minnesota in the fall, but his game was uniquely forged in Harlem.
Autobiographies
6:57

Jai Wolf on His Rise to Fame and Sharing a Stage with Skrillex

In this episode of Autobiographies, VICE sits down with the electronic musician Jai Wolf.
My Life Online
12:16

Snapchat Plastic Surgeon

We went to one of the world's capital for cosmetic surgery to meet the plastic surgeon who broadcasts his operations live over Snapchat to over a million of followers.
Autobiographies
9:09

Bibi Bourelly Wants Everyone to Be Free

In this episode of 'Autobiographies,' singer-songwriter Bibi Bourelly opens up about her childhood, making music with her father, and how she channeled the loss of her mother into inspiration for her musical career.
Profiles by VICE
9:34

Undercover Cop

A former undercover cop speaks to VICE about his experiences working on cases involving drugs, firearms, homicide, paedophilia and internal police corruption.
Autobiographies
11:06

How Johnny Huynh Reconnected with His Culture Through Food

VICE hangs with the chef and co-owner of Lucy‰'s Vietnamese Kitchen on this episode of 'Autobiographies.'
Autobiographies
10:45

How Boxer Eric Kelly Became One of the Most Notorious Trainers in New York City

On this episode of VICE's 'Autobiographies' series, we sit down with boxing sensation Eric Kelly to talk about growing up in 80s Brooklyn, the moment his career took an unexpected blow, and how he came back stronger than ever.
Autobiographies
10:35

How Wilson Tang Uncovered the Culinary Treasures of Chinatown

We sit down with the restauranteur who left his finance job after 9/11 to run his uncle's historic dim sum restaurant in Chinatown.
The Cusp
8:58

Meet the 17-year-old German Climbing NBA Draft Boards

We accompany one of Germany´s most promising talents on his way of becoming a professional basketball player.
Autobiographies
14:01

Joby Ogwyn Wants to Be the First Person to Jump off the Side of Mount Everest

In this episode of VICE's 'Autobiographies,' the professional wingsuit pilot explains how his passion for human flight has brought him to record-breaking heights and heart-wrenching lows.
Autobiographies
9:08

Venus X Wants to Party the Pain Away

The Brooklyn-based DJ talks about the benefits and challenges that come with being a female "free agent" in the electronic-music world.
Autobiographies
12:26

Rapper D.R.A.M. Reflects on Life Before and After 'Cha Cha'

D.R.A.M. tells us about how one song propelled him from sleeping on his cousin‰'s couch to working with music legend Rick Rubin.
Autobiographies
8:39

How Tiga Ignited Montreal's Dance Music Movement

We meet DJ entrepreneur Tiga, who shares with us how he revolutionized the Montreal party scene by staying true to himself and rejecting convention.
Autobiographies
13:11

Nigel Sylvester Doesn't Need BMX Competitions

In a uniquely intimate conversation with VICE Autobiographies, Nigel Sylvester shares the pivotal moment that ignited his rise in the world of BMX and the challenges he faced along the way.
Autobiographies
10:44

Willie Cauley-Stein Opens Up About His Journey Toward the NBA

We talk to NBA rookie Willie Cauley-Stein about playing ball and how leaving home at 15 ended up setting him on a path to success.
Autobiographies
9:36

Alex G Opens Up About How He Gained Momentum As a Young Musician

In this episode we meet Philly-based singer songwriter Alex G. returning from his first European and U.S. tours to play a gig in his hometown.
Autobiographies
9:41

Jackie Cruz of 'Orange Is the New Black' on Tragedy, Adversity, and Inspiration

Jackie Cruz explains how surviving a tragic car accident at 17 not only reestablished her ties with her family, but forced her back into pursing a career in acting — eventually landing a role on Netflix's Orange Is the New Black.
Autobiographies
15:07

Kerby Jean-Raymond Without Labels

In this episode of Autobiographies, VICE sits down for an intimate conversation with fashion designer Kerby Jean Raymond about perseverance and being a unique voice within the world of high fashion.
Profiles by VICE
15:58

Life After Polygamy: The Daughters and Wives of A Polygamist Cult Reclaim their Hometown

VICE meets three young women who explain why they left Warren Jeffs's Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints and talk about the struggle to build a new life.
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