Salvatore Coco

Salvatore Coco

Birthday: 22 April 1975, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Australian born Salvatore Coco has been an actor, singer, voice artist, master of ceremonies and entertainer for over 20yrs.Internationally recognized, Salvatore made his illustrious debut on Australian Television in 1993 as the witty wise guy, schoolyard entrepreneur Con Bordino in the successful production of the television series "Heartbrea... Show more »
Australian born Salvatore Coco has been an actor, singer, voice artist, master of ceremonies and entertainer for over 20yrs.Internationally recognized, Salvatore made his illustrious debut on Australian Television in 1993 as the witty wise guy, schoolyard entrepreneur Con Bordino in the successful production of the television series "Heartbreak High" and furthermore starring as the notorious enforcer of the Golden Mile Harry "hammer" Hamoud brother and guardian to Sydney night club owner John Ibrahim in the winner of the 2011 TV Week Silver Logie for Most Outstanding Drama Series, Miniseries or Tele-movie "Underbelly III" - The Golden Mile.2RN ABC National Breakfast Radio this week on your TV critic Sue Turnbull in 2010 quotes Salvatore "as a quite extraordinary actor of a standout performance - the Sean Penn of Australia" for delivering a star performance in the Kings Cross based set drama series Underbelly III - The Golden Mile.From an early age of nine Salvatore joined a theatrical institute where he was trained in Acting, Singing, Dance and Musical Theatre developing into one of Australia's foremost performing artist.Since his early years with the Australian Theatre for Young People, Salvatore sought to broaden his theatrical schooling by studying the realistic techniques of Konstantin Stanislavski, Sanford Meisner, David Mamet and Practical Aesthetics. With a solid education in acting his ability to diversify and deliver a versatile performance style is a testament to his acting credentials to date.His feature film credits prior to his debut lead role as the well-meaning if deluded Joey Grasso in Shirley Barrett's "Walk the Talk" included roles in Melina Marchetta's "Looking for Alibrandi", Dein Perry's "Bootmen" and Gregor Jordon's award winning "Two Hands".With the release of "Walk the Talk" critics raved about this Australian comedy set on the Queensland Gold Coast that focused on the character Joey Grasso, a wide-eyed optimistic talent agent fueled entirely by self-help manuals. Show less «
Salvatore Coco's FILMOGRAPHY
HD
Annabelle: Creation
2017
IMDb: 7
109 min
Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
Twelve years after the tragic death of their little girl, a dollmaker and his wife welcome a nun and several girls from a shuttered orphanage into ...