Michael Cipiti He is an actor, writer and producer, and has worked nationally in TV, films, commercials, industrials, theater and print. Michael appeared as Angelo Porrello in 'Sugar Wars', a documentary about the Cleveland Mafia. He also appeared as the 1986 Gangster in 'Chicago Overcoat' with Frank Vincent and Armand Assante. Michael penned, produced and co-starred in the independent short, 'Mob Hitz' which he is developing as a feature. He starred in and co-produced the psychological thriller, 'A Good Day for a Killing'. Theater credits include Conversations with My Father at the JCC Halle Theatre, Tracers at Karamu House, and Les Liaisons Dangereuses at the Cleveland Play House. Additional credits include 'Unsolved Mysteries', and supporting roles in the films 'Connected' and 'Haywire', which premiered at the Cleveland International Film Festival, and garnered critical acclaim. He recently completed the trailer for an upcoming feature film project, 'The Heart of a Poet' with Tony Sirico. Also in the can are, 'Wards Island' directed by Alexander Yellen, with Bill Duke, 'Toy's House' directed by Jordan Vogt-Roberts, where he played the role of Biaggio's Father, and 'Love Interrupted', part of the ambitious 'Cleveland, I Love You' film project, where he played the role of Tony.