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The native New Yorker paid his dues in regional theatre and as a regular on the soap opera "The Doctors" (NBC, 1963-1982), but work in films was longer in coming.
Although Assante was courted by such 1970s auteurs as Francis Ford Coppola and Terence Malick, it was future action star Sylvester Stallone who gave him his first big breaks - as an extra in "The Lords of Flatbush" (1974) and as his co-star in "Paradise Alley" (1978).
He also appeared as a guest appearance within various types of soaps operas.
He played a role as Sylvester Stallone who was a wealthy Frenchman in the movie Paradise Alley.
This actor isn’t found to be more active on the social networking sites like Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.He is an American by nationality belonging to the mixed ethnicity. He also has his training for the dramatic roles in the movies in American Academy of Dramatic Arts.played the role as a wedding guest for the very first time in the film The Lords of Flatbush that was a minor cult film in the year 1974.During the 1970s, Assante was a regular on two NBC soap operas, How to Survive a Marriage as Johnny Mc Gee and The Doctors as Dr. Other notable film appearances include one as a Cuban bandleader in The Mambo Kings opposite Antonio Banderas and in the adaptation of the science-fiction story Judge Dredd with Sylvester Stallone, his co-star in two previous films.
More recently he appeared in American Gangster (2007) with Denzel Washington and Russell Crowe.
Born: 4-Oct-1949Birthplace: New York City Gender: Male Race or Ethnicity: White Sexual orientation: Straight Occupation: Actor Nationality: United States Executive summary: Judge Dredd Father: (Sicilian)Mother: (Irish)Wife: Karen Mc Arn (m.