Anthony Crivello

Anthony Crivello

actor, writer, camera and electrical department

Anthony Crivello was born on Aug 02, 1955 in USA. Anthony Crivello's big-screen debut came with Bog directed by Don Keeslar in 1979, strarring Hunter (uncredited). Anthony Crivello is known for Trade directed by Marco Kreuzpaintner, Kevin Kline stars as Ray Sheridan and Cesar Ramos as Jorge. The upcoming new movie Anthony Crivello plays is Black Easter which will be released on May 14, 2021.

On Television: In 2017 Crivello stars portraying British Academy Award winning director David Lean in the FOX21 8 part Miniseries Feud directed by the acclaimed Ryan Murphy, (starring Susan Sarandon, Jessica Lange, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Stanley Tucci, Kathy Bates, Judy Davis and Alfred Molina). In 2016 he starred in "Emma's Chance" (opposite Joseph Lawrence, Greer Grammar, Ryan McCartan and Missi Pyle) on The Hallmark Channel. In 2015 he was featured in HBO/ Stephen Soderberg's Emmy Award winning Behind the Candelabra, (staring Michael Douglas and Matt Damon, screenplay by Richard LaGravenese) whispering into Matt Damon's ear. He co- starred in director Ron Krauss' Alien Hunter (opposite James Spader, John Lynch, Roy Dotrice, Carl Lewis and Leslie Stefanson) for Sony Films and the Sci-Fi Channel. He co-starred in the Tele-films Dillinger and Capone (Mystfest 95, ITALY; with Martin Sheen and F. Murray Abraham in the title roles), ABC/Disney's Geppetto (with Drew Carey, Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Rene Auberjonis- directed by Tom Moore and choreographed by Jerry Mitchell), The Glass Cage (with Eric Roberts), Frankenstein Sings, Running Woman, 919 Fifth Ave, director John Gray's The Lost Capone (opposite Adrian Pasdar, Eric Roberts and Titus Welliver), director Rob Iscove's Murder in Black and White and director Ted Demme's The Bet. Mr. Crivello has guest-starred on CBS's CSI: NY, NBC's Frasier (opposite Kelsey Grammer & company), In-Laws (opposite Dennis Farina, Jean Smart & Elon Gold), the acclaimed comedy Seinfeld, Normal, Ohio (with John Goodman), Star Trek: Voyager, Babylon 5, Miami Vice , Dark Justice and Law and Order. Mr. Crivello began his television career on the daytime series One Life to Live. On Film: Mr. Crivello's feature credits include director Roland Emmerich's Trade (starring Kevin Kline) and Independence Day (starring Will Smith), Material Girls (starring Hilary and Hailey Duff, and Angelica Houston), Steve Miner's Texas Rangers (starring Usher and Ashton Kutcher), Jim Abrahams' comedy Jane Austin's Mafia!, Spellbinder, Crocodile Dundee II, Slaves of New York, Shakedown, Fire for director Aleta Chappelle, Lock- Up, Metronome, and Twisted. Mr. Crivello also starred in Gil Wadsworth's dark comedy The Glass Jar (Official Selection: 1999-2000/ N.Y. Intl. Independent, DGA Finders Series, and 11 other Film Festivals) as well as director Will Wallace's independent comedy Spanish Fly (Santa Monica and Winner: 'Best Comedy Feature' 2003 Dallas' Deep Ellum Film Festival). In 2016 his work was praised by producers, directors, actors and casting directors for his portrayal of hardened con- man "Boonie" in the short film The Mark, (New York City ShortFest and others, directed by Cannes Film Festival 'Young Director Award Winner' Taryn Kosniver) as well as Henry Toy for director Anthony Engelken. (Beverly Hills, Madrid and won the Award of Excellence / Best Short - La Jolla Film Festival.)

  • Birthday

    Aug 02, 1955
  • Place of Birth

    Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA
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