Taylor Hackford
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Lucy Simon
Bette Davis
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David Lean
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Joan Crawford
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Ernest Hemingway
Boris Pasternak

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Anthony Crivello

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Anthony Crivello

American actor and singer, mostly in musicals on Broadway add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1955.

Countries: United States (50%), California (19%), Russia (6%)

Main connections: Taylor Hackford, Lucy Simon, Bette Davis

Linked to: Marquette University, DePaul University, Marquette University's Century of Scholarship, University Of Wisconsin Field House




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Anthony Crivello was born in 1955 add something


He graduated from Saint Thomas More High School in 1973 and was inducted into the Alumni Hall of Fame in 1995 add something


His first Broadway role was as a replacement in the original production of "Evita" in 1983 add something


He was one of two actors rotating in the title role in the Las Vegas production of "The Phantom of the Opera", but as of Summer 2008, he is the sole actor playing the Phantom add something


He starred in the soap opera "One Life to Live" as mobster "Johnny Dee Hesser", son and heir to upstate Pennsylvania mob boss Carlo Hesser from 1990-1991 add something


He appeared in the musical "The News" and "Les Misérables" before achieving prominence as Valentin in the Kander and Ebb musical Kiss of the Spider Woman in 1993, for which he won a Tony Award as Best Featured Actor in a Musical add something


In 1999 he played opposite Audra McDonald in Michael John LaChiusa's musical "Marie Christine" add something


He married actress Dori Rosenthal on May 14, 2005, and they have two children together add something


In August 2005, he appeared at the La Jolla Playhouse in San Diego, California in a workshop production of "Zhivago", a musicalization of the Boris Pasternak novel by Marsha Norman and Lucy Simon add something


In 2008, Mr. Crivello was the host of his own radio show on FOX SPORTS/ 920 AM Las Vegas called "Tony Crivello and The Sicilians" add something


He starred in the Lincoln Center 75th Anniversary revival of Clifford Odets' "Golden Boy" at the Belasco Theatre in New York City, produced by Lincoln Center Theater in 2012-2013, with a star studded cast which included Tony Shaloub, Seth Numrich, and Yvonne Strahovski, and directed by Bartlett Sher In 2014, he starred in the cult hit "Heathers" in New York at New World Stages, and directed by Andy Fickman add something


Closing in September 2012, he appeared in over 2,400 performances add something


In 2013, he was in the Liberace biopic "Behind the Candelabra" add something


Crivello starred in the independent film "Henry Toy" in 2014, and in "Emma's Chance" and "The Mark" in 2016 add something


He received his third Joseph Jefferson award nomination for his performance in 2015 add something


In 2015 and 2016, Crivello starred in producer Hershey Felder production of "Louis and Keely Live at the Sahara" directed by Taylor Hackford, and written by Hackford, Vanessa Claire Stewart and Jake Broder add something


Crivello appeared as film director David Lean in the 2017 FX miniseries "Feud", centered around the rivalry between Joan Crawford and Bette Davis add something


In 2017, Crivello played the late Marquette University Basketball Hall Of Fame basketball coach Al McGuire in the Milwaukee Repertory Theater one man show of "McGuire", written by HOF broadcaster Dick Enberg add something


A five minute presentation of "McGuire" was presented at the 2017 Wisconsin Sports awards on May 20, 2017, at the University Of Wisconsin Field House add something


From January to June 2017, the play sold out the 150 seat Stackner Cabaret add something


In 2019, Crivello portrayed "The Old Man" Santiago in Ernest Hemingway's "The Old Man and the Sea", adapted for the stage by A.E. Hotchner and Tim Hotchner presented at the Pittsburgh Playhouse on the campus of Point Park University, directed by Ronald Allan-Lindblom and produced by RWS Entertainment Group of New York City/Long Island City, receiving critical praise for his work add something