(Media and Entertainment)
Robert De Niro
(Movies & TV)
Barry Levinson
(Movies & TV)
Edie Falco
(Movies & TV)
Nick Gomez
(Movies & TV)
Lee Tergesen
(Movies & TV)
Art Malik
(Movies & TV)

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Tom Fontana

Knowledge Identifier: +Tom_Fontana


Tom Fontana

American writer and producer add

Category: Literature

Born in 1951.

Countries: United States (75%), Spain (8%), Mali (8%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: HBO, Robert De Niro, Barry Levinson

Linked to: Buffalo State College, Canisius High School, Cathedral School, McCarter Theatre Company




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Tom Fontana was born in 1951 add something


He worked at the Studio Arena Theater in Buffalo in various capacities before moving to New York City in 1973 add something


Lee Tergesen - In 1989, the diner was where he met Tom Fontana , who lived around the corner from the diner


Stockings With Care - Founded in 1992 by Rosalie Joseph and Tom Fontana and it is volunteer based


Edie Falco - Tom Fontana, executive director of "Homicide", cast Falco as Eva Thormann, the wife of an injured police officer, after watching Falco's performance in "Laws of Gravity", a 1992 film directed by Nick Gomez


Chuck Zito - In 1996, after a meeting with producer Tom Fontana, Zito joined the HBO prison drama "Oz" as mobster Chucky Pancamo


In 2003, Fontana was the recipient of the Austin Film Festival's Outstanding Television Writer award add something


Assumpta Serna - In 2011 Serna plays one of the female leads, Vannozza dei Cattanei, mistress of Cardinal Rodrigo Borgia, future Pope Alexander VI, in Tom Fontana's historical drama "Borgia"


Art Malik - In 2011-2013, he played the role of Francesco Gacet in the television series "Borgia", directed by Tom Fontana


Tom was married to actress Sagan Lewis for twelve years and they remarried on July 10, 2015 add something


Wag the Dog - On April 27, 2017, "Deadline" reported that Barry Levinson, Robert De Niro, and Tom Fontana are developing a TV series based on the movie for HBO