Anthony Cistaro

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Anthony Cistaro
Born June 8, 1963
Kirksville, Missouri

Anthony Cistaro (born June 8, 1963 in Kirksville, Missouri), is an American actor. At an early age he moved to San Francisco, California, where his father worked as a teacher and counselor, while his mother worked in the home, caring for the family. In later years she worked as a program assistant in academic departments. Anthony attended St. Ignatius College Prep., graduating in 1981.

Education & training[edit]

Following high school, Anthony attended Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles, California, where he graduated with a double-major in 1985, earning a B.A. in French and Communication Arts. Additionally, he studied abroad at the American University of Paris, though it is unknown whether he is an alumnus.[1]

In Los Angeles he studied acting technique with Stella Adler, going on to spend a few years at the American Repertory Theater (A.R.T.) Institute for Advanced Theatre Training at Harvard University, where he performed in over seventeen productions during his tenure.

Roles[edit]

Film and TV[edit]

TV guest appearances[edit]

  • Friends (#10.18, 6/5/2004)...The Last One
  • Angel: "I've Got You Under My Skin" (#1.14, 2/15/2000) ... "Ethros Demon"
  • Angel: "Hero" (#1.9, 11/30/1999) ... "Trask"
  • Thanks: "Tobacco" (#1.2, 8/9/1999) ... "Marcel Charmont"
  • Alright Already ... "Mario":
    • "Again With the White House" (#1.20, 5/4/1998)
    • "Again With the Photos" (#1.19, 4/27/1998)
    • "Again With the Hockey Player" (two parts: #1.15, 2/8/1998; #1.14, 2/1/1998)
  • The Nanny: "Maggie the Model" (#1.12, 2/2/1994) ... "Carlo"
  • Seinfeld: "The Masseuse" (#5.9, 11/18/1993) ... "Joel Rifkin"
  • Cheers ... "Henri":
    • "The Magnificent Six" (#11.4, 10/22/1992)
    • "A Fine French Whine" (#10.10, 11/21/1991)
    • "Home Malone" (#9.24, 4/25/1991)
    • "It's A Wonderful Wife" (#9.19, 2/28/1991)
    • "Woody Interruptus" (#9.11, 12/13/1990)

Other[edit]

  • Stone Landscape: Master of Illusions: Episode 1 (2006) ... "Vincente"

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