A Bronx Tale (play)

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"Chazz Palminteri Bio" AllMovie.com, accessed December 1, 2016 * "A Bronx Tale To Open on Broadway", CBS News, 8 August 2007 Adams, Cindy. "A Bronx Tale To Remember", New York Post, 27 August 2007. "A Bronx Tale To Open on Broadway", CBS News, 8 August 2007.

The Usual Suspects

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It stars Stephen Baldwin, Gabriel Byrne, Benicio del Toro, Kevin Pollak, Chazz Palminteri, Pete Postlethwaite, and Kevin Spacey. The plot follows the interrogation of Roger "Verbal" Kint, a small-time con man, who is one of only two survivors of a massacre and fire on a ship docked at the Port of Los Angeles. Through flashback and narration, Kint tells an interrogator a convoluted story of events that led him and his criminal companions to the boat, and of a mysterious crime lord—known as Keyser Söze—who controlled them.

A Touch of Class (film)

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Paul Sorvino as Walter Menkes. K Callan as Patty Menkes. Cec Linder as Wendell Thompson. Lisa Vanderpump as Julia Allessio. Michael Elwyn as Cecil. Mary Barclay as Martha Thompson. Nadim Sawalha as Night Hotel Manager.

Reds (film)

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Paul Sorvino said he did as many as 70 takes for one scene; Stapleton had to do 80 takes of one scene, which caused her to say to Beatty, "Are you out of your fucking mind?" Beatty and Keaton's romantic relationship also began to deteriorate during filming. Peter Biskind wrote about the making of Reds, "Beatty's relationship with Keaton barely survived the shoot. It is always a dicey proposition when an actress works with a star or director—both, in this case—with whom she has an offscreen relationship.

Nixon (film)

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Marshall, James Woods, Paul Sorvino, Bob Hoskins, Larry Hagman, Ed Harris and David Hyde Pierce, plus archival appearances from political figures such as President Bill Clinton in TV footage from the Nixon funeral service. The film was nominated for four Academy Awards: Best Actor (Anthony Hopkins), Best Supporting Actress (Joan Allen), Best Original Score (John Williams) and Best Original Screenplay. This was Stone's second of three films about the American presidency, made four years after JFK, about the assassination of John F. Kennedy, and followed 13 years later by W., about George W. Bush. In 1972, the White House Plumbers break into The Watergate and are subsequently arrested.

Mira Sorvino

Sorvino was born in New York City to Lorraine Ruth Davis, a drama therapist for Alzheimer's disease patients and a former actress, and Paul Sorvino, a character actor and film director. She has two siblings, Michael and Amanda. Sorvino is of Italian descent on her father's side. Sorvino was raised in Tenafly, New Jersey, where she wrote and acted in backyard plays with her childhood friend Hope Davis and in theater productions at Dwight-Englewood School. Sorvino has said that as a child she was strongly influenced by her mother to pursue social causes; her mother had participated at the March on Washington. Sorvino excelled in high school, and was accepted into Harvard University.

Romeo + Juliet

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Paul Sorvino as Fulgencio Capulet, Juliet's father. Diane Venora as Gloria Capulet, Juliet's mother. Claire Danes as Juliet Capulet. John Leguizamo as Tybalt Capulet, Juliet's cousin. Vincent Laresca as Abra Capulet, Juliet's cousin. Carlos Martín Manzo Otálora as Petruchio Capulet, Juliet's cousin. Miriam Margolyes as Nurse, Juliet's nanny. Others. Harold Perrineau as Mercutio, Romeo's best friend. Pete Postlethwaite as Father Laurence, the priest who marries Romeo and Juliet. Paul Rudd as Dave Paris, the governor's son and Juliet's fiancé. Vondie Curtis-Hall as Captain Prince, the chief of police. M. Emmet Walsh as Apothecary.

Peter Max

Max and his parents first settled in Bensonhurst, Brooklyn, in 1953 where he attended Lafayette High School, classmates with future actor Paul Sorvino. In 1956, Max began his formal art training at the Art Students League of New York in Manhattan, studying anatomy, figure drawing and composition under Frank J. Reilly who had studied at the League alongside Norman Rockwell. In 1962, Max started a small Manhattan arts studio known as "The Daly & Max Studio," with friend Tom Daly. Daly and Max were joined by friend and mentor Don Rubbo, and the three worked as a group on books and advertising for which they received industry recognition.

Goodfellas

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Paul Sorvino had no problem finding the voice and walk of his character, but found it challenging finding what he called "that kernel of coldness and absolute hardness that is antithetical to my nature except when my family is threatened." The film was shot on location in Queens, New York state, New Jersey, and parts of Long Island during the spring and summer of 1989, with a budget of $25 million. Scorsese broke the film down into sequences and storyboarded everything because of the complicated style throughout.

Law & Order

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He was replaced by Paul Sorvino as Sergeant Phil Cerreta, who was considered more even tempered than either Max Greevey or Mike Logan. Sorvino was initially excited about the role, but would leave midway through the next season, citing the exhausting schedule demanded by the filming of the show, a need to broaden his horizons, and the desire to preserve his vocal cords for singing opera as reasons for leaving the show. Sergeant Cerreta was written off as having been shot in the line of duty and transferring to a desk job at another precinct.

Michael Sorvino

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He is the son of actor Paul Sorvino, and the brother of actress Mira Sorvino. Sorvino was born in Tenafly, New Jersey to actor Paul Sorvino and graduated from Tenafly High School in 1996. He went onto graduate from Rutgers University's Mason Gross School of the Arts in New Brunswick, New Jersey with a Bachelor's Degree in Theater in May 2001. Sorvino first started acting in 1993 with a part in the film Amongst Friends. He had a recurring role in 2005 on the television series Human Trafficking. He also voiced the lead character Tommy Angelo in the game Mafia and returned for the sequel, Mafia II.

Dolph Lundgren

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He earned a living as a bouncer at the Manhattan nightclub The Limelight; housed in the former Episcopal Church of the Holy Communion, working with Chazz Palminteri. In the daytime, he studied drama at the Warren Robertson Theatre Workshop and has said that "my time in New York City opened up my adolescent Swedish eyes to a multitude of different people and lifestyles, mostly in the arts. I hung out with Andy Warhol, Keith Haring, Iman and Steve Rubell, danced at Studio 54, and studied acting with Andie MacDowell and Tom Hulce." Friends told him he should be in movies. He would later quit studying at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology after two weeks to pursue acting.

Where's Poppa?

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Paul Sorvino as Owner of Gus & Grace's Home. Michael McGuire as Army Lawyer. Arnold Williams as Arnold.

The Perez Family

The Perez Family (film)
Chazz Palminteri - Lt. John Pirelli. Trini Alvarado - Teresa Pérez. Celia Cruz - Luz Pat. Ranjit Chowdhry - Indian immigration official. Diego Wallraff - Ángel Díaz. Ellen Cleghorne - Officer Rhoades. Angela Lanza - Flavia. Jose Felipe Padron - Felipe Pérez. Lázaro Pérez - Armando 'Papi' Pérez. Bill Sage - Steve Steverino. Vincent Gallo - Orlando. Billy Hopkins - Father Aiden. Ruben Rabasa - Father Martínez. Melissa Anne Acosta - Isabel. CD soundtrack on Music Box Records. CD soundtrack on Music Box Records. CD soundtrack on Music Box Records. CD soundtrack on Music Box Records.

Jade (film)

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Chazz Palminteri as Matt Gavin. Richard Crenna as Lew Edwards. Michael Biehn as Bob Hargrove. Angie Everhart as Patrice Jacinto. Holt McCallany as Bill Barrett. Ken King as Petey Vesko. Donna Murphy as Karen Heller. Kevin Tighe as Arnold Clifford. Victor Wong as Mr. Wong.

It Couldn't Happen to a Nicer Guy

It Couldn't Happen to a Nicer Guy is a 1974 American made-for-television black comedy film starring Paul Sorvino and JoAnna Cameron. The film was co-written and produced by Arne Sultan as an ABC Movie of the Week installment. Harry Walters, a stout real estate salesman who is randomly picked up by a beautiful woman, Wanda Olivia Wellman, then raped at gunpoint as a prank. He is later dropped off naked in a small town and left to explain to his wife, friends, and the police how he was both kidnapped and raped by a woman. * Paul Sorvino as Harry Walters. Michael Learned as Janet Walters. Bob Dishy as Ed Huxley. Adam Arkin as Ken Walters. Eddie Barth as Sgt. Riggs. Roger Bowen as Stu Dotney.

Diabolique (1996 film)

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Chazz Palminteri as Guy Baran. Kathy Bates as Shirley Vogel. Spalding Gray as Simon Veatch. Shirley Knight as Edie Danziger. Allen Garfield as Leo Katzman. Adam Hann-Byrd as Erik Pretzer. Clea Lewis as Lisa Campos. Donal Logue as Video Photographer #1. J. J. Abrams as Video Photographer #2.

Noel (film)

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Paul Walker – Michael "Mike" Riley. Alan Arkin – Artie Venizelos. Marcus Thomas – Jules. Chazz Palminteri – Arizona. Robin Williams – Charles "Charlie" Boyd. Sonny Marinelli – Dennis. Daniel Sunjata – Marco. Rob Daly – Paul. John Doman – Dr. Baron. Billy Porter – Randy. Carmen Ejogo – Dr. Batiste. Donna Hanover – Debbie Carmichael. Merwin Mondesir – Glenn.

I Will, I Will... for Now

I Will... I Will... For Now
I wouldn’t have necessarily cast Paul Sorvino in that part, but I love Paul Sorvino, I love his family. And anytime I can work with Diane Keaton is a great bonus for me.” * Elliott Gould as Les Bingham. Diane Keaton as Katie Bingham. Paul Sorvino as Lou Springer. Victoria Principal as Jackie Martin. Robert Alda as Dr. Magnus. Warren Berlinger as Steve Martin. Candy Clark as Sally Bingham.

Oscar (1991 film)

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Chazz Palminteri as Connie. Kurtwood Smith as Lt. Toomey. Art LaFleur as Officer Quinn. Robert Lesser as Officer Keough. Yvonne De Carlo as Aunt Rosa. Martin Ferrero as Luigi Finucci. Harry Shearer as Guido Finucci. Richard Romanus as Vendetti. Arleen Sorkin as Vendetti's Manicurist. Joey Travolta as Ace. Jim Mulholland as Oscar. Kirk Douglas as Eduardo Provolone. Elizabeth Barondes as Theresa.

That Championship Season (1982 film)

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Paul Sorvino as Phil Romano. Arthur Franz as Macken.

Jason Miller (playwright)

Jason Miller
The original Broadway cast featured Charles Durning, Richard Dysart, and Paul Sorvino. That same year, he was offered the role of the troubled priest, Father Damien Karras, in William Friedkin's horror film The Exorcist (1973), for which he was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor. After his nomination for The Exorcist, he was offered the lead role in Taxi Driver but turned it down to do Robert Mulligan's The Nickel Ride. In 1982, Miller directed the screen version of That Championship Season. Featured in the cast were Robert Mitchum (replacing William Holden, who died before filming began), Paul Sorvino, Martin Sheen, Stacy Keach, and Bruce Dern.

The Oldest Rookie

The Oldest Rookie is an American crime drama that aired from September 16, 1987 until January 13, 1988. A police veteran with a desk job wants to become a street cop again, this means he will get assigned a rookie partner. Paul Sorvino as Officer Ike Porter. D.W. Moffett as Detective Tony Jonas. Raymond J. Barry as Lieutenant Marco Zaga. Marshall Bell as Detective Gordon Lane. Patrick Cronin as Chief Black. IMDb. TV.com. TV Guide. epguides.com.

The Stuff

The Stuff'' (1985 film)
Paul Sorvino as Colonel Malcolm Grommett Spears. Scott Bloom as Jason. Danny Aiello as Mr. Vickers. Patrick O'Neal as Fletcher. Rutanya Alda as Psychologist. Alexander Scourby as Evans. Russell Nype as Richards. Brooke Adams, Ian Patrick Williams, Carolyn Purdy-Gordon, Bunny Summers, Anthony Perkins, Jason Evers, Barbara Crampton, Jeffrey Combs, Laurene Landon, Tammy Grimes, Abe Vigoda and Clara Peller as Stuff commercial guest stars. Eric Bogosian (uncredited) as Supermarket clerk. Patrick Dempsey (uncredited) as Underground stuff buyer #2. Mira Sorvino (uncredited) as Factory worker; she had come to visit her father, Paul Sorvino, on set, and was used as an extra. The Thing (1982 film).

The Trouble with Cali

The Trouble with Cali is an American drama film directed by Paul Sorvino and written by his daughter Amanda Sorvino. It stars Laurence Leboeuf, Glynnis O'Connor, Chris Meyer, Raviv Ullman and RZA. The film will not be released in theaters as a distribution deal was not able to be successfully negotiated spurring contention with Lackawanna County, Pennsylvania, residents as $500,000 in tax payer funds was used to finance the film. Subsequently, the Scranton Cultural Center hosted a free premiere of the film on July 9, 2015, with additional showings on July 10, 2015 and July 11, 2015. * Laurence Leboeuf as Cali Bluejones. Paul Sorvino as Ivan Bluejones. Glynnis O'Connor as Avie Bluejones.