I would like to keep acting for the rest of my life--film, TV--characters that will teach me something about myself. Comedy, drama, and in time I would love to maybe even direct and write and do things behind the camera.
Martella began dancing at the age of three, and delivered his first live performance in The Nutcracker. He began playing the piano at age five. Not long after, he was performing in school plays and being seen in local commercial spots. At age six, he began acting and vocal training, and by 7 years old he was working both print and national commercials.
In 2005, Vincent landed a main role in the UPN/CW comedy, Everybody Hates Chris as Chris's best friend, Greg. Martella's voice is heard in the Emmy nominated Disney animation series, Phineas and Ferb as Phineas Flynn. He is one of the few voice actors on the show to significantly alter his voice to play their role.
Vincent recorded his first album Time Flies By, in 2006 playing the piano and singing. The album was written and co-produced by Vincent and is available on iTunes. Vincent lives in DeLand, Florida with his mother, father and three siblings ( Genna, Michael, and Alexander). Many videos are on YouTube featuring him singing songs such as Imagine by John Lennon.
Phineas's voice is not Vincent's regular speaking voice, and the voice he uses for Phineas has changed since it was first heard in "Rollercoaster". First, it started out in a high pitch like a normal young boy on the show. Then, it slowly got lower in pitch. Finally, it is given a slight but noticeable rasp.
While recording the second episode of Phineas and Ferb, Jeff "Swampy" Marsh convinced Vincent that he had to say a line as if he was underwater. After about the seventh take, Vincent realized it was a joke. His dad and Dan Povenmire were "on the ground laughing". 
Vincent's father owns the Captain Tony's Pizza and Pasta Emporium chain, with locations in New York, California, Ohio, Arizona and London. (Website: www.CaptainTonys.com)
He is a Special Olympics National Youth Ambassador, and it appears that his picture is featured on the main page of the Special Olympics website, holding a note that says "Practice what you preach". Once turned down a movie role because his character would have to have used a derogatory term for the mentally handicapped. 
He records one episode of Phineas and Ferb every other week.
Vincent's younger brother, Alex, did the voice of the young Jason Todd\Robin in "Batman: Under the Red Hood." Vincent voiced the teenage Jason Todd\Robin in the movie. Both Vincent and Alyson Stoner have also voiced a member of the Bat-Family throughout their career. Alyson voiced Barbara Gordon\Batgirl in the Cartoon Network show Young Justice.
He graduated DeLand High School in 2011 and currently studying in the University of Florida online business program.
Vincent appeared in another "Disney 365" promoting "Phineas and Ferb: The Best Live Tour Ever!" The host's name was Dominique.
Vincent made an appearance in his third "Disney 365," this time as host. He interviewed several people about a "Son's Of Neptune" Event. This was the first he has appeared in where it was not promoting Phineas and Ferb, and this was also the first one he appeared in where he did not imitate his Phineas voice.
In Vincent's fourth Disney 365, he is promoting "Phineas and Ferb Agent P's World Showcase Adventure" Ride at Disney Themeparks.
On his 21st birthday, the Phineas crew gave Vincent a signed "Phineas and Ferb: Star Wars"-themed card with Rebel Phineas, Stormtrooper Candace and Darth Ferb on it.
Vincent Martella (July 2010; Rock Star Suite Party in San Diego, California)
Vincent wearing a Ghostbusters shirt (September 2009)
Vincent at the arrival of the Nickelodeon 23rd Annual Kids Choice Awards (March 2010)
Vincent and his younger brother, Alex at the premiere of the Walt Disney Movie "G-Force" at the El Captian Theater in Los Angeles, California (July 2009)
Vincent and his younger brother, Alex at the premiere of Warner Bros' movie, "Orphan" at the Mann Village Theater in Los Angeles, California (July 2009)
Vincent at the Los Angeles premiere arrival of the "Jonas Brothers: The 3D Concert Experience" at the El Captian Theater (February 2009)
Vincent at the 40th NAACP Awards at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, California (February 2009)
Vincent with his "Everybody Hates Chris" co-star, Tyler James Williams at Target's Power of Youth Event at the NOKIA Theater in Los Angeles, California (October 2008)
Vincent at Teen Vogue Young Hollywood Party at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (September 2008)
Vincent at the Los Angeles premiere of "Another Cinderella Story" (September 2008)
Vincent at the 21st "A Time For Heroes Celebrity Picnic" sponsored by Disney to benefit the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation at the Wadsworth Great Lawn in Los Angeles, California (June 2010)
Vincent at the world premiere of "Dan In Real Life" (October 2007)
Vincent and Tyler at the CW Summer 2006 TCA Party
Vincent as "Greg" on "Everybody Hates Chris"
Vincent's album cover
Vincent, Tyler, Imani, and Tequan at the CW's All-Star Celebration Party (2006)
Vincent, Tyler, and Tequan turn 13 in October 2005.
Vincent, Tequan, and Tyler at "Everybody Hates Chris But Everybody Loves Kids!" 8th Annual Tennis for Tots Tournament (2006)
Young Vincent #1 (from his website)
Young Vincent #2 (from his website)
Vincent in a Phineas & Ferb shirt at the screening of "Tinkerbell and the Great Fairy Rescue" (August 2010)
Vincent in black
Vincent at the 2011 Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation's "A Time For Heroes" event
Vincent at the 2011 Kids Choice Awards
Vincent at the "Scream 4" movie premiere
Vincent at the 2010 Power of Youth event
Vincent at the L.A. premiere of Phineas & Ferb: Across the 2nd Dimension movie
Vincent with Phineas
Vincent, Alyson, and Dee at the D23 Expo 2011
Vincent at the D23 Expo 2011
Vincent and Ashley at PaleyFest Family 2011
Vincent with Dan and Swampy
Variety Power of Youth 2011
Vincent on "Love Bites"
Modeling a pair of Mickey Mouse Ears designed to look like Perry the Platypus at Disneyland