Jacques Vincey studied letters before entering the Conservatoire de Grenoble in 1979. In 1983, he played under the direction of Patrice Chéreau in Les Paravents by Jean Genet. He continued his acting career working with many stage directors such as Bernard Sobel, Robert Cantarella, Luc Bondy, André Engel and Laurent Pelly. In 1995, he founded the company Sirènes, which he is artistic director. Gloria, one of his first performances was a great success and was immediately shown in the Avignon In Festival in 2001. He then created many shows such as Le Belvédère by Ödon von Horvath (2004), Mademoiselle Julie by August Strindberg (2005), Madame de Sade by Yukio Mishima (2008), La Nuit des Rois by William Shakespeare (2009), Jours souterrains by Arne Lygre (2011), Les Bonnes by Jean Genet (2011-2012).