Jon Cryer
(Movies & TV)
Howie Carr
Jane Sibbett
(Movies & TV)

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Alex Rocco

Knowledge Identifier: +Alex_Rocco


Alex Rocco

American actor add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1936.

Countries: United States (40%), California (40%), Massachusetts (20%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: Jon Cryer, California, Howie Carr

Linked to: The Walt Disney Company, Mafia, Party Down, Pixar




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Alex Rocco was born in 1936 add something


Howie Carr, a Boston-area journalist and radio personality who has written extensively about the Boston underworld, has written that the young Petricone was arrested in Charlestown in November 1961 along with Winter Hill boss Buddy McLean for questioning following the death of Bernie McLaughlin of the McLaughlin gang, the first murder of the war add something


After his arrest, Petricone moved to California in 1962 and began using the name Alex Rocco add something


In the fall of 1975, Rocco starred in the role of Pete Karras, a widowed father, writer, and photographer, in a 12-week CBS drama series "Three for the Road", with Vincent Van Patten as his older son, John Karras, and Leif Garrett as his younger son, Endy Karras add something


From 1989 to 1990, Rocco was a regular on the television comedy series "The Famous Teddy Z" in which he played "Al Floss", a slick cheesy Hollywood talent agent and foil to Jon Cryer in the title role, an ex-mailroom clerk turned superagent add something


Jane Sibbett - In 1989, she won the role of Laurie Parr on the CBS comedy "The Famous Teddy Z", co-starring with Jon Cryer and Alex Rocco


In 1997, he appeared in the annual Thanksgiving episode of the ABC sitcom "Home Improvement" add something


Rocco later met and married Shannon Wilcox on October 15, 2005 add something


In 2008, he starred in Audi's Super Bowl commercial for the Audi R8 supercar add something

Alex Rocco died in 2015 add something


Alex Rocco died on July 18, 2015 from cancer in Studio City, Los Angeles, at the age of 79 add something