Salvatore Coco

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Salvatore Coco
SalvatoreCocoAug2011.jpg
Coco in August 2011
Born (1975-04-22) April 22, 1975 (age 39)
Sydney, Australia

Salvatore Coco (born 22 April 1975) is an Australian film and television actor of Italian descent.

Biography[edit]

Coco was born in Sydney and is of Sicilian (from Italy) descent. He performed with the Australian Theatre for Young People where he developed his talents in acting, singing, guitar, dance and cabaret. He is also a qualified chef.[1]

Career[edit]

Coco began his acting career with guest roles in television series such as G.P. and the mini-series Brides of Christ. He is best known for his role as Costa Bordino in the television series Heartbreak High. After two years in that role, Coco joined the cast of the final series of Police Rescue as Joseph Cardillo. He has had many guest roles in television series such as Country Practice, Water Rats, Wildside, Stingers, Love My Way, East West 101, All Saints and Farscape. His feature film credits include a lead role in Walk the Talk and roles in Looking for Alibrandi, Bootmen and Two Hands. He is currently starring as Harry Hamoud, the friend of John Ibrahim in the new The Golden Mile which started April 2010.

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