Vince Chase is the newest "it" actor. His career is sky-rocketing. He makes the move to Hollywood to join his older brother, Drama, already a minor star with a long list of small credits. Vince brings along a couple of his childhood friends from Queens with him: Eric, his best and closest friend, takes on the role of Vince's manager. Turtle is the least skilled and least driven member of the group and spends his days on gofer duty, happy to just party and use Vince's fame and money to get girls and have a great time living it up. Ari, Vince's aggressive, very talented, and high-powered agent, rounds out the main cast.

Watch as Vince and his buddies soak up everything that Hollywood has to offer. See what it's like to make it as a movie star.

The show rings true, in part, because it is very loosely based on the experiences of Mark Wahlberg and his crew when he first came out to Hollywood.

Episode Info

Prev: 8x08 -- The End (Sep/11/2011)

In the series finale, Vince takes a surprising step after a first date with Sophia; a therapy session yields mixed results for Ari and Mrs. Ari; and Vince, Drama and Turtle urge Sloan to work things out with Eric.

Adrian GrenierAdrian Grenier
As Vincent Chase
Debi MazarDebi Mazar
As Shauna (S01-S06)
Gary ColeGary Cole
As Andrew Klein (Season 6)
Jeremy PivenJeremy Piven
As Ari Gold
Jerry FerraraJerry Ferrara
As Turtle
Kevin Connolly (1)Kevin Connolly (1)
As Eric Murphy
Kevin DillonKevin Dillon
As Johnny "Drama" Chase
Perrey ReevesPerrey Reeves
As Mrs. Ari Gold (S04-S06; recurring previously)
Rex LeeRex Lee
As Llyod


Reviews: 57
One of the Best Comedy Series on TVRating: 5 likes, 1 dislikes

Entourage had me hooked starting with the very first episode and the first season in general. It tells the story of Vince, a rising Hollywood star, and his entourage of two childhood friends and his half-brother who all grew up in Queens, but are now living a multi-million dollar lifestyle in Los Angeles. Watching their adjustment to a world of fame and fortune made season 1 fun to watch, from the outrageous parties to expensive purchases. Read more

Review posted on Monday, August 13th 2007 at 3:18 pm

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7x5: Bottoms Up recap: In this episode of Entourage there is a lot going on. There is a lot going on with our leading man, Vince, that we all become shocked over. He seems to be having some substance abuse going on as well as not handling his professional career well at all. He walked away from Stan Lee making him think that Vince has absolutely lost it. He has even been kicking it with a famous porn star (Sasha Grey) which could be a good thing or a very bad thing... read more.

7x3: Dramedy recap: Turtle, E, and Drama are waiting for Vince and no one knows where he is. Vince shows up on a motorcycle and people are shocked. He wants to race Drama and everyone is pretty much worried about him. Ari is taking the kids to school and they are shocked by it. They are wondering why he is going to do that. They think that there are problems. He wants to know why she is upset and she is just jealous about the woman he was spinning around with... read more.

7x2: Buzzed recap: E, Turtle, and Drama are at the diner and just had breakfast. They are all fighting over who will pay and Turtle goes to pay for it but his car is declined. E calls Vince who was still in bed. Vince has a press interview and he wants to get a hair cut. Ari and his wife are going to the valley for a chandelier that was originally owned by Sophia Loren. His phone rings and Jerry Jones (the owner of the Cowboys) calls him. He needs to sell their television rights and he needs to come in around 2pm so he has to drop off his wife and go get everything figured out so that he is prepared for the meeting. The guys run into Vince and he cut his hair very short. Vince wants E to read the scripts for Drama to pick the best one... read more.

7x1: Stunted recap: Turtle has it going on in regards to his new business and Vince is on location doing an action film. The director's name is Nick Cassavetes and he is a hard ass. The stunt double isn't getting it right and Vince is told that he is going to have to do his own stunts so that they can see his face. It is a pretty dangerous stunt, but Vince agrees to do it even though his boys have decided to tell him not to do it. E doesn't want him to do the stunt, but he tells him he is going to do it anyway. Not working well for him E has decided to contact the head hancho of agents Ari and he doesn't think he should do it either. Ari has a lot going on with his wife who is angry that he keeps missing everything in true fashion... read more.

5x11: Play'n With Fire recap: Turtle gets a late night booty call from Jamie Lynn while Vince prepares for his shoot. As requested Turtle does not tell the boys where he is headed. The shoot begins and Verner is not satisfied with Vinces performance and after 50+ takes vince speaks out against Verver and is fired from the movie. Meanwhile Turtle is enjoying his time with Jamie oblivious to all that is happening on the set. E calls Ari who fly's in and calls Dana to report the news. A meeting is set up with Dana and Verner. Ari takes Vince and E and trys to smooth things over. Verner wont take any of it, becomes enraged and goes looking for John Ellis. Ellis decided to take a look at the footage and make a decision. Meanwhile Turtle still oblivious agrees to got on a weekend trip with Jamie. Ellis decides to scrap the film but likes what Vince did in the film. The boys get set on a plan and call Turtle who arrives in the nick of time as they head back to Queens... read more.

Creator: Doug Ellin
Executive Producer: Doug Ellin, Stephen Levinson, Steve Tompkins, Mark Wahlberg
Producer: Rob Weiss
Associate Producer: Eric Weinstein
Casting: Meredith Tucker

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Recurring Guests

Emmanuelle Chriqui as Sloan (25 eps)
Rex Lee as Lloyd (25 eps)
Beverly D'Angelo as Barbara MIller (21 eps)
Perrey Reeves as Ari's Wife (20 eps)
Rhys Coiro as Billy Walsh (17 eps)
Constance Zimmer as Dana Gordon (15 eps)
Debi Mazar as Shauna (13 eps)
Kate Albrecht as Christy (13 eps)
Carla Gugino as Amanda (11 eps)
Scott Caan as Scotty Lavin (11 eps)

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Classification: Scripted
Genre: Comedy | Drama
Status: Ended
Network: HBO ( USA)
Airs: Sundays at 10:30 pm
Runtime: 30 Minutes
Premiere: July 18, 2004
Ended: September 11, 2011
Episode Order: 8
• Anturaj (Used In Romania)
• Ekipa (Used In Poland)
• Vincentův svět (Used In Czech Republic)
• הפמליה (Used In Israel)
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