Anthony Marciona


A Sicilian-American born in New York City, Anthony began a career in the entertainment business at age five, playing Kirk Douglas' godson in the film, THE BROTHERHOOD. Never stopping since, he has worked on Broadway, international stages, Film, and TV with celebrities as diverse as Angela Lansbury, Dustin Hoffman, Jennifer Lopez, Harold Prince, Jerome Robbins, Pete Townshend, John Guare, Jule Styne, The B-52s, Kander & Ebb, F. Murray Abraham, Stephen Schwartz, and Andrew Lloyd Weber. An LA Film Critics Award recipient for Best Actor, his drama education includes the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts, American Academy of Dramatic Arts, HB Studios, Sanford Meisner, Bill Esper, Diane Castle, John Kirby and the Groundlings.  He studied dance with the legendary Phil Black in New York, and numerous teachers at THE EDGE in Los Angeles.  He continues to act and dance professionally on film, TV, stage, commercials and music videos.

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