Bobby Di Cicco

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Bobby Di Cicco is an Italian-American actor best known for his early roles in the films I Wanna Hold Your Hand (1978) by Robert Zemeckis, 1941 (1979) by Steven Spielberg, Samuel Fuller's The Big Red One (1980), and the John Carpenter-produced The Philadelphia Experiment (1984), in which he co-starred with Michael Paré.

Di Cicco is the father of voice actress Jessica DiCicco and singer Katie DiCicco.[1][2]


Year Title Role Notes
1978 I Wanna Hold Your Hand Tony Smerko
1978 Towing Tony
1979 1941 Wally Stephens
1980 The Big Red One Pvt. Vinci - 1st Squad
1982 National Lampoon's Movie Madness Nicholas Naxos ("Success Wanters")
1982 Night Shift Leonard
1983 Wavelength Marvin Horn
1984 Thieves After Dark François
1984 Splash Jerry
1984 The Philadelphia Experiment Jim Parker
1986 The Supernaturals Pvt. Tim Cort
1987 Number One with a Bullet Malcolm
1987 Tiger Warsaw Tony
1988 Double Revenge Burt
1989 She's Back Bob
1990 A Man Called Sarge Anzalone
1991 Frame Up Mick J. August
1991 The Last Hour Lombardi
1993 Maniac Cop III: Badge of Silence Bishop
1993 The Baby Doll Murders Larry
1994 Killing Obsession Pimp
1994 Ghoulies: Part IV Scotty
1996 All Dogs Go to Heaven 2 Thom (voice)
2018 An Interview with God Bobby
Year Title Role Notes
1981 One Day at a Time Steve Smith Episode: "Airport"
1982 Cagney & Lacey Manny Episode: "Hot Line"
1985 Scandal Sheet Platte TV movie
1985 Tales from the Darkside Dr. Coe Episode: "The Impressionist"
1986 The Equalizer Anza Serrato Episode: "Unnatural Causes"
1986-1994 Murder, She Wrote Philip Bonelli / Antonio D'Argento 2 episodes
1987 The A-Team Joey Baroni Episode: "Without Reservations"


  • Sam Fuller and the Big Red One (1979)
  • Don Siegel: Last of the Independents (1980)
  • The Making of 1941 (1996)
  • The Men Who Made the Movies: Samuel Fuller (2002)
  • Ban the Sadist Videos! (2005)
  • The Real Glory - Reconstructing The Big Red One (2005)
  • Video Nasties: Moral Panic, Censorship & Videotape (2010)

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  2. ^ Katie DiCicco Official website, article Who's the Real Chica Bomb?; accessed September 29, 2012.