Series: (Essential Poets Series, 146) | Author: Nick Mancuso | ISBN: 155071242X : 9781550712421 | Format: Paperback | Pages: 80 | Weight: .171 Kg. | Published: Guernica Editions – November 2006 | Availability: In Print | Subjects: Works by individual poets: from c1900-
Internationally recognised actor, Nick Mancuso
was born in Calabria, Italy, in 1948. In 1953 his family migrated to Toronto, Canada, where he spent his formative years and attended the University of Toronto and the University of Guelph. He received a degree in Psychology in 1968, after which he began his professional acting career. A founding member of the ‘alternative’ theatres of Toronto including Toronto Free Theatre and Factory Lab Theatre, Nick Mancuso has starred in over 120 movies and stage TV programs, world-wide. He has been a recipient of many acting awards, including the Genie (Canada), The Houston Festival Best Actor Award, and Il Polifemo D’Argento (Italy). He has also written and performed his own works: Hotel Praha and The Death of Socrates, which was broadcast by CBC Radio.
began his acting career in Toronto, Canada at the age of sixteen in 1964. Since then his wide ranging career which has spanned over 40 years of work in the profession of film, television and stage in Canada, Hollywood and Europe has seen him star in well over 80 movies, made for television M.O.W.’s and four television series including Stingray for N.B.C. in the mid 80’s. In the early 70’s he was founding member of the initial movement that established the creation of several theatres including Canadian Stage, Tarragon, Factory Lab theatre and Theatre Passe Muraille. He has since appeared in over 80 plays throughout North America having worked with the likes of Tennessee Williams, Michael Ondajtee and Israel Horowitz. In 1977 he starred in his first motion picture “Nightwing” for Columbia Pictures directed by Arthur Hiller and produced by Martin Ransohoff….Please read his complete Biography here…
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