Louis Mustillo

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Louis Mustillo
Born (1958-05-28) May 28, 1958 (age 57)
Buffalo, New York
Spouse(s) Tricia Brown (October 2005 - present)

Louis Mustillo (born May 28, 1958)[1] is an American actor.


Mustillo was born in Buffalo, New York. He attended American Academy of Dramatic Arts, where he was a contemporary of the Canadian actor, Elias Koteas, and Illeana Douglas. Mustillo and Douglas, after the first year, were not asked back to school.[2]

He has guest starred in more than 50 episodes of television and appeared in over 20 films. He was a series regular on Man of the People with James Garner. He also played Russell Topps for two seasons on DreamWorks first hour-long drama, High Incident. He had a recurring role on The Sopranos as a mafia-associated landscaping business owner, Salvatore "Sal" Vitro. He appeared in The Narrows, and he played sports writer Maury Allen on the ESPN mini-series The Bronx is Burning. Louis also wrote and starred in "Bartenders", a one man show that ran for a year at the John Houseman Theatre in New York City.

He currently appears in the CBS sitcom Mike & Molly in the role of Vince, a love interest and later husband of Molly's mother.[3]


Year Film/TV Role Notes
1996 Freeway Vanessa's Attorney[4]
Hellraiser: Bloodline Sharpe
High Incident (TV series) Officer Russell Topps
1997 The Peacemaker Costello[5]
1998 Seinfeld (TV series) Phil[6] Jerry's neighbor, and parrot owner
1999 Dudley Do-Right Standing Room Only[7]
Just The Ticket Harry The Head[8]
2002 Wishcraft
2004 Witness To Murder (CSI: Miami) Eugene Thomas Walter
2005 Two for the Money Doorman[9]
2007 The Bronx Is Burning (TV series) Maury Allen[10]
2008 My Sassy Girl Jordan's Doorman
2009 Lotto Fever (Cold Case) (TV series) Walt Strickland[11]
2010–present Mike & Molly (TV series) Vince Moranto Main Cast
2012 Not Fade Away Uncle Johnny Vitelloni[12]
One for the Money Frank Plum


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