Fab Filippo

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Fab Filippo
Born Fabrizio Filippo
(1974-11-30) November 30, 1974 (age 39)
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Occupation Actor, Writer, Director
Spouse(s) Robin Payne (2006-Present)

Fabrizio "Fab" Filippo (born November 30, 1974) is a Canadian actor.

Biography[edit]

Personal life[edit]

Filippo, who also goes by the name of Fab Filippo, was born in Toronto, Canada. His parents are first generation Italian immigrants (his mother is from Campora San Giovanni in Calabria). He briefly attended York University's Film & Video Programme in 1993. In 2006, Filippo married magazine editor, Robin Payne,[1] and together they have a son.[2]

Career[edit]

His best-known roles include Scott Hope in Buffy the Vampire Slayer, violinist Ethan Gold in Queer as Folk, Dom Ramone in Ready or Not and lawyer Sam Caponelli in Billable Hours, as well as the films waydowntown, The Life Before This and Lives of the Saints. He played the lead role, Roland Travis, in the short lived series Level 9. He also appeared as Johnny, an adolescent unaware of the fact that he is a ghost, in an episode of the popular Nickelodeon series Are You Afraid of the Dark?

Filippo is also active in the Toronto theatre community and focuses on writing for stage and screen. He says "I think it's just the next phase in my career."[2] He played a significant role in the "monster band", a collaborative band effort that opened Mel Lastman Square

Filmography[edit]

Film
Year Title Role Notes
1992 Prom Night IV: Deliver Us from Evil Jonathan
1995 Canadian Bacon Candy Striper #2
1996 Drive, TheThe Drive Ted
1999 Life Before This, TheThe Life Before This Michael
2000 Waydowntown Tom Bennett
2003 Hollywood North Frankie Candido
2004 Human Kazoo, TheThe Human Kazoo Adult Anthony Short film
2005 Love Is Work Victor
2006 Couldn't Be Happier Ed Short film
2009 Good Meal, AA Good Meal Butcher
2012 Perfect Sisters Ashley's Lawyer
2012 Resurrection of Tony Gitone, TheThe Resurrection of Tony Gitone Nino Completed
Television
Year Title Role Notes
1990 Katts and Dog Episode: "Kidnapped"
1992 Beyond Reality Episode: "A Mind of Their Own"
1993 Street Legal Francisco Mendez Episode: "Forgiveness"
Episode: "The Price"
1993-1997 Ready or Not Dom Ramone 19 episodes
1994 Are You Afraid of the Dark? Johnny Angelli Episode: "The Tale of the Dream Girl"
1994 Mighty Jungle, TheThe Mighty Jungle Brian Episode: "The Test Kit"
1994 Due South Lenny Milano Episode: "Pizzas and Promises"
1994 Against Their Will: Women in Prison Jason TV movie
1995 TekWar Fab Episode: "Cyberhunt"
1996 Flash Forward Zach Anderson Episode: "House Party"
1996 Liszt's Rhapsody Janka TV movie
1996 Radiant City Johnny TV movie
1996 Dangerous Minds Justin Episode: "Pilot"
1996 Lush Life Hamilton Ford Foster 7 episodes
1997 Cracker: Mind Over Murder Frank Episode: "True Romance: Part 1"
1998 Hollyweird Charlie TV movie
1998 Poltergeist: The Legacy Ethan Adams Episode: "The Enlightened One"
1998 Buffy the Vampire Slayer Scott Hope 3 episodes
1998 Reunited Bo Bruener Episode: "Where Is Joanne Going, and When?"
1999 Providence Marcello Episode: "Tying the Not"
1999 Undressed Michael 4 episodes
1999-2000 Action Holden Van Dorn 6 episodes
2000-2001 Level 9 Roland Travis 12 episodes
2002-2003 Queer as Folk Ethan Gold 10 episodes
2004 Lives of the Saints Vittorio Innocente TV miniseries
2005 Tilt Dean Whitmark 5 episodes
2005 Puppets Who Kill Rodney Episode: "Dan and the New Neighbour"
2005-2006 Delilah & Julius Julius (voice) 34 episodes
2006-2008 Billable Hours Sam Capponelli 26 episodes
2007 Sybil Ramon TV movie
2008 Rent-a-Goalie Sam Capponelli Episode: "The Cheesemaker's Oath"
2009-2010 Being Erica Seth Newman 5 episodes
2009-2010 Dating Guy, TheThe Dating Guy Mark Dexler / Father McFaddin (voice) 26 episodes
2011-2012 Detentionaire Camillio Martinez Recurring role
2011-2012 Adventures of Chuck & Friends, TheThe Adventures of Chuck & Friends Recurring role

References[edit]

  1. ^ Kates, Kathryn (June 30, 2007). "Victorian semi suits `modern guy'". Toronto Star. Retrieved 2012-08-21. 
  2. ^ a b Oebel, Nicole (January 12, 2012). "Exclusive interview with Fabrizio Filippo". Myfanbase. Retrieved 2012-08-21. 

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