Paul Sorvino - Details


Veteran actor Paul Sorvino has starred in nearly 100 films , among them Warren Beatty's political satire, "Bulworth," "William Shakespeare's Romeo + Juliet (1996)," "Nixon (1995)," "Firm, The (1993)," "GoodFellas (1990)," "Dick Tracy (1990)," "Reds (1981)," "Slow Dancing In The Big City (1978)," "Oh God (1977)" and "Brinks Job, The (1978). " Currently starring in the new hit CBS series "That's Life," Sorvino's
television credits include roles on the award-winning NBC series "Law and Order," "The Oldest Rookie," "We'll Get By" and "Bert D'Angelo, Superstar," in addition to appearances in many telefilms and
mini-series. He recently made his directorial debut with "That Championship Season" for Showtime. Winner of a 1973 Tony nomination and the New York Critics Award for his Broadway performance in "That Championship Season," Sorvino has
appeared in many theatre productions and was founder and artistic director of the American Stage Company at Fairleigh Dickinson University. Also an accomplished tenor, Sorvino has sung with the Seattle Opera Company and created a public television special, "Paul Sorvino, An Evening of Song. "