Tony Musante

Tony Musante

  • Born on
    • June 30th, 1936
  • Died on
    • November 26th, 2013
Tony Musante (1936-2013) was an American actor. Born Anthony Peter Musante, Jr. in Bridgeport, Connecticut, the son of Natalie Anne (née Salerno), a school teacher, and Anthony Peter Musante, an accountant, Musante attended Oberlin College and Northwestern University. Musante acted in numerous feature films, in the United States and elsewhere, including Italy. Among his body of work are the television series Toma (predecessor to Baretta) and the soap opera As The World Turns, and the 1975 Broadway play, P. S. Your Cat Is Dead!, for which he was nominated for a Drama Desk Award. He was nominated for an Emmy Award for his work in a 1975 episode of Medical Center, A Quality of Mercy. Musante also played Antonio "Nino" Schibetta, a feared Mafia boss and the Italian gang leader inside of Emerald City during the first season of the HBO critically acclaimed television series Oz. Description above from the Wikipedia article Tony Musante, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.


Acting (14 Credits)

2007We Own the Night as Jack Shapiro
2004Traffic as Alex Edmonds
2000The Yards as Seymour Korman
1999The Deep End of the Ocean as Grandpa Angelo
1998Exiled as Don Giancarlo Uzielli
1984The Pope of Greenwich Village as Pete
1971The Last Run as Paul Rickard
1971The Grissom Gang as Eddie Hagan
1970The Anonymous Venetian as Enrico
1970The Bird with the Crystal Plumage as Sam Dalmas
1968The Mercenary as Paco Roman
1968The Detective as Felix Tesla
1967The Incident as Joe Ferrone
1965Once a Thief as Cleveland 'Cleve' Shoenstein


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