|Born||Anthony Richard Imperato
August 3, 1963
New York, U.S.
|Spouse(s)||Andrea Eck Imperato (1988-95) (divorced)
Kimberly Green (1996–98) (divorced)
Angela Imperato (2000-present)
Carlo Imperato was born in The Bronx, New York City. His real name is Anthony Richard Imperato, but he had to change it to Carlo when he was trying to get his SAG card, when he began acting. Carlo is his godfather's name.
On the theatrical stage, he appeared for the first time, at age fifteen, in the Broadway musical Working. Also in 1978, he appeared on Broadway as A.J. in Runaways (musical written by Elizabeth Swados and produced by Joseph Papp).
In 1979 he made his screen debut playing a cousin of the Falco family on an episode of the short-lived 1979-1980 ABC-TV series Angie.
In 1982, Imperato was cast as Danny Amatullo, one of The Kids from "Fame", in the TV series Fame. In 1983, while starring in Fame, he sang the lead on the song "Friday Night", which became a hit single in the UK.
In 1986 and 1987, Imperato was also engaged to one of his Fame co-stars, Nia Peeples.
He married three times. He has a son, born in 1990, from his first wife Andrea Eck Imperato, whom he married in the year 1988. After divorcing, he married his second wife, Kimberly Green, in 1996. He also has a daughter and another son with his third wife Angela Imperato, married in 2000.
|1979||Angie||Angie's Cousin||Episode 2.21: "Family Feud"|
|1979||The Man in the Santa Claus Suit||Dom||TV movie|
|1982||Joanie Loves Chachi||Lawrence||Episode 2.7: "Best Foot Forward" (credited as Tony Imparato)|
|1983||Enormous Changes at the Last Minute||Ricky||TV movie|
|1982-1987||Fame||Danny Amatullo||Appeared in 119 episodes|
|1983-1985||Fame||Himself||Appeared in 5 episodes|
|1984||Match Game-Hollywood Squares Hour||Himself||Appeared in 8 episodes|
|1987||The New Hollywood Squares||Guest Appearance||Episode dated 26 January 1987|
|1990||Say No to Strangers||Himself||Video short|
|1995||Friends||Roy||Episode 1.23: "The One with the Birth"|
|1995||Out-of-Sync||Pauley||Directed by Debbie Allen|
|1999||Oh Baby||Mugger||Episode 1.20: "Discrimination"|
|2001||Face to Face||Al|
|2001||I Love 1980's||Guest Appearance||Episode 1.1: "I Love 1980" (TV series documentary)|
|2008||Bring Back... Fame||Himself||TV documentary|
|1982||The Kids From "Fame"||1|
|1982||The Kids From Fame - Again||2|
|1983||The Kids From Fame - Live||8|
|1983||The Kids From Fame - Songs||14|
|1983||The Kids From Fame Sing For You||28|
|1983||Fame Rock 'N Roll World||-||Released in the U.S.|
|1983||The Best of Fame||-|
|1982||Starmaker / Step Up To The Mike||3||The Kids From "Fame"|
|1983||Friday Night (Live!)||13||The Kids From Fame - Live|
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