Brian Tarantina

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Brian Tarantina (March 27, 1959 – November 2, 2019) was an American stage, screen, and television actor born in New York City.[1] He died there in November 2019 at the age of 60.[2][3]

Stage appearances[edit]

Off-Broadway[edit]

  • Innocent Thoughts, Harmless Intentions (March 6, 1980 - March 30, 1980) - "Enzio 'Spats' Spadanti"
  • Angels Fall (October 17, 1982 - November 28, 1982) - "Salvatore (Zappy) Zappala"; written by Lanford Wilson
  • Young Playwrights Festival (April 13, 1983 - May 1, 1983) - "Frank" (Third Street) / "TV Host" (The Birthday Present)
  • Balm in Gilead (May 31, 1984 - January 6, 1985) - "David"; written by Lanford Wilson
  • V & V Only (May 25, 1988 - July 3, 1988) - "Donny"

Source[4]

Broadway[edit]

  • Angels Fall (January 22, 1983 - March 13, 1983) - "Salvatore (Zappy) Zappala"; written by Lanford Wilson
  • Biloxi Blues (March 28, 1985 - June 28, 1986) - "Roy Selridge"; written by Neil Simon
  • The Boys of Winter (December 1, 1985 - December 8, 1985) - "Prick"
  • Sacrilege (November 2, 1995 - November 19, 1995) - "Crackerjack"

Source[1]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Television[edit]

Video games[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Internet Broadway Database
  2. ^ Ly, Laura; Hanna, Jason. "'The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel' actor Brian Tarantina dies at 60". CNN.
  3. ^ "Brian Tarantina, 'Gilmore Girls' and 'Marvelous Mrs. Maisel' Actor, Dies at 60". Variety. November 3, 2019.
  4. ^ Internet Off-Broadway Database

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