Tony is well remembered for the Academy Award winning “The French Connection.”
Also, he starred in the cult classic movie, “The Honeymoon Killers.”
He won an Emmy Award for Best Actor for his portrayal of Fiorello La Guardia
in “Hizzoner.” He received the Obie Award for Best Actor for his performance in
“Yanks Three, Detroit Nothing and Top of the Seventh.”
He also received a Tony nomination and won the Outer Critics Circle Award
for his starring role in “A View from the Bridge” on Broadway.
His numerous television appearances include “Law and Order,” “Marciano,”
and “The Last Tenant” with Lee Strassberg.
He is proud of his involvement with the National Italian-American Foundation,
the Sons of Italy in American, the USO, Wounded Warriors
and many other charitable organizations.
“LaGuardia,” his one-man show, was a recent smash hit in New York.
Critics, politicians and family raved.
“LaGuardia” takes place in 1945 on the last day of Fiorello H. LaGuardia’s third
term as mayor of New York City. With colorful language and emotional integrity
Mayor LaGuardia relates his rise to power and his successful fight against Tammany
Hall and political corruption in New York City.