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, in cinema, and on TV with numerous celebrities as diverse as Angela Lansbury, Dustin Hoffman, Harold Prince, Jerome Robbins, Pete Townshend, John Guare, Jule Styne, Kander & Ebb, F. Murray Abraham, Stephen Schwartz, and Andrew Lloyd Weber. He studied dance with the legendary Phil Black in New York and continues to dance professionally.
With over 35 years of performing under his belt, Anthony has become active behind the scenes as well. In 1990, he became founder and artistic director of etc,inc. a non-profit organizaton which presented new American theatre in Rome, Italy. Also for 3 years, he created and ran the space, a multi-media arts complex in Hollywood, consisting of 2 performing arts theatres, multiple casting studios, production offices and rehearsal facilities. He was a commercial casting session director, having cast and acted for McDonalds, Pepsi, United Airlines and many other accounts. He has also garnished an LA Film Critics Award for Best Actor. After playing and writing pop music with two bands: INTERPRET and ARIEL&ANTHONY for 7 years, he turned his composition skills toward the stage. He is a composer in development with ANMT, having recently finished his first musical MURDER AT THE PALACE.
Traveling extensively throughout the years through Europe, Asia, Australia and especially in the US (covering all 50 states!) Anthony is very interested in cultures and food! He partnered with founder Joseph A. LoBue to create THATS A NICE!, a gourmet southern italian food line that makes prepared products from authentic family Sicilian recipes, which are sold in gourmet stores all across the country.
Always ready for the next project, Anthony is currently co-writing and starring in a new dance feature called FEET AFIRE, where he plays a cross between Tony Soprano and Bob Fosse, a choreographer/producer called the Godfather of Broadway!