Richard S. Castellano

Lowest Rated: 70% Analyze This (1999)
Birthday: Sep 4, 1933
Birthplace: Not Available
American actor Richard Castellano spent the bulk of his career playing character roles on-stage, but he occasionally ventured into feature films and has also appeared on television. He began his career with the New Yiddish Theater in the early '60s. Prior to that, Castellano ran a construction company. In 1964, he starred in Arthur Miller's off-Broadway production of A View From the Bridge. The heavy-set and swarthy Castellano specialized in playing "ethnic" roles and was particularly good at playing Italian-Americans. In 1970, he received an Academy Award Best Supporting Actor nomination for reprising his Tony-nominated Broadway role in Lovers and Other Strangers. His television work includes starring roles in two short-lived series: The Super (1972) and Joe and Sons (1975-1976). In both, he played blue-collar working men. At the time of his death, Castellano and his wife, Ardell Sheridan, were penning a history of method acting.

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Filmography

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CREDIT
No Score Yet The Godfather Epic Clemenza 2016
70% Analyze This Jimmy Boots 1999
No Score Yet The Gangster Chronicles Joe Masseria 1981
No Score Yet Night of the Juggler Lt. Tonelli 1980
No Score Yet Honor Thy Father Actor 1973
98% The Godfather Clemenza 1972
No Score Yet Incident on a Dark Street Frank Romeo 1972
100% Lovers and Other Strangers Frank 1971
No Score Yet The Star Wagon Actor 1967
No Score Yet A Fine Madness Arnold 1966

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