Bogdan Argeș Vintilă was born on February 27th 1972, in Bucharest and played as a goalkeeper. As a youth player, he was raised by Metalul Bucharest and Steaua Bucharest, but he made his debut as a senior for FC Argeș Pitești, where he played for three times (1993-1995, 1996-1999 and 2005-2007). He also had a short spell at Rapid Bucharest and, between 2000 and 2003 he defended the shirt of FC Național. In the 2003-2004 season, he played for Turkish side Bursaspor, under Gheorghe Hagi's command and he finished playing football at Concordia Chiajna, where he spent two years, between 2007 and 2009. Also, he appeared in 5 matches for the National Team of Romania in 2002.
He began his career as a coach in 2010, as an assistant coach of Gheorghe Hagi in Galatasaray, then he moved to FC Viitorul, as an assistant coach and later as Head Coach. He has also trained Romania U17, FC Voluntari, Metaloglobus Bucharest and Astra Giurgiu, where he was the assistant coach of Marius Măldărășanu.