Michael Carmine

Michael Carmine


Michael Carmine was born on Mar 06, 1959 in USA. Michael Carmine's big-screen debut came with Invasion U.S.A. directed by Joseph Zito in 1985, strarring Tonio. Michael Carmine is known for Longtime Companion directed by Norman René, Campbell Scott stars as Willy and Patrick Cassidy as Howard. The upcoming new movie Michael Carmine plays is Longtime Companion which will be released on May 01, 1990.

Carmine's stage credits included productions at the Brooklyn Academy of Music and The Henry Street Settlement and La Mama ETC theaters, but he was best known for his work in Reinaldo Povad's "La Puta" and "Cuba and His Teddy Bear," the last successful New York Shakespeare Festival production whose cast included Robert Deniro and Ralph Macchio. Carmine also performed in episodes of TV's "Hill Street Blues", "MASH", "Miami Vice", and "Crime Story", as well as in some feature films. His films include: Scarface (1983); Invasion U.S.A.;, Turk 182! (1985); Band of The Hand (1986); Batteries Not Included (1987); Leviathan (1989); Longtime Companion (1990). He died tragically of heart failure. He was only thirty-years old.

  • Birthday

    Mar 06, 1959
  • Place of Birth

    Brooklyn, New York, USA

Known For

Movies & TV Shows