Carmen Argenziano

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Carmen Argenziano
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Argenziano at SciFi Convention 2012 in Toulouse
Born
Carmen Antimo Argenziano

(1943-10-27)October 27, 1943
DiedFebruary 10, 2019(2019-02-10) (aged 75)
OccupationActor
Years active1969–2019

Carmen Antimo Argenziano (October 27, 1943 – February 10, 2019) was an American actor who has appeared in over 50 movies and around 100 television movies or episodes.[1] He is best known for playing Jacob Carter on Stargate SG-1. He had recurring roles on Booker, L.A. Law, Melrose Place, and The Young and the Restless, as well as minor roles in The Godfather Part II, Angels & Demons, and The Accused.

Life and career[edit]

Argenziano was born in Sharon, Pennsylvania, and raised in nearby Sharpsville, the son of parents of Italian descent, Elizabeth Stella (née Falvo) and Joseph Guy Argenziano, who was a restaurateur. He has three children: two sons and a step-daughter.

One of Argenziano's best-known roles is as the recurring character Jacob Carter in the television series Stargate SG-1. He is also a lifetime member of the Actors Studio and was awarded the Los Angeles Drama Critics' Circle Award for his performance as Jack Delasante in Thomas Babe's A Prayer for My Daughter.[1] In 2007, he was cast as one of the potential fellowship candidates in House M.D.—albeit as a fake doctor—but was eliminated. In 2009, he guest-starred in Criminal Minds, episode: "Demonology", where he portrayed Father Paul Silvano.[2][3]

Argenziano died on February 10, 2019, at the age of 75.[4]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1970 Cover Me Babe Student #2
1971 Punishment Park Jay Kaufman
The Jesus Trip Pinole
1972 Night of the Cobra Woman Uncredited
Rio Tigre
The Hot Box Flavio
Grave of the Vampire Sam
Hit Man Huey's White Partner Uncredited
The Outside Man Second Hawk
1973 The Slams Minor Role
1974 Caged Heat Undercover Wrestler
The Godfather, Part II Michael's Buttonman #2
1975 Capone Jack McGurn
Sharks' Treasure Lieutenant
Crazy Mama Supermarket Manager
1976 Vigilante Force Brian Seldon
Two-Minute Warning Officer Jennings
1978 Death Force Morelli
The Boss' Son Ken
1979 When a Stranger Calls Dr. Mandrakis
1981 Graduation Day Halliday
Circle of Power Tony Annese
1983 Sudden Impact D'Ambrosia
1984 Heartbreakers Ron Bell
1985 Into the Night Stan
Starchaser: The Legend of Orin Dagg Dibrimi Voice
Naked Vengeance Detective Russo
1986 Dangerously Close Molly
1987 Under Cover Lieutenant James Leonard
1988 Stand and Deliver Principal Molina
Big Business Board Member #2
Remo Williams: The Prophecy Tony
The Accused District Attorney Paul Rudolph
Red Scorpion Colonel Hernando Zayas
1990 The First Power Lieutenant Grimes
1992 Rompecorazones Ron Ball
Unlawful Entry Jerome Lurie
1994 Rave Review Abe Weinstein
Final Combination Lieutenant Stein
The Burning Season Alfredo Sezero TV Movie
Don Juan DeMarco Don Alfonzo
1995 The Tie That Binds Phil Hawkes
1996 Broken Arrow General Boone
1998 A Murder of Crows Judge Wiley Banning
1999 Blue Streak Captain Penelli
Warm Blooded Killers Vince Morehouse
2000 Gone in 60 Seconds Detective Mayhew
A Better Way to Die Carlos
The Cactus Kid Addison
2001 Swordfish Agent #1
2002 Dancing at the Harvest Moon Warren Lucas
2003 Identity Defense Lawyer
2005 What's Up, Scarlet? Mr. Maggiami
Angels with Angles Rico
2009 Angels & Demons Father Silvano Bentivoglio
Street Boss Tony
2011 Omerta Sal
Amber Lake Patrick Thomas
2013 Sunny and RayRay Carmen
Duke Lieutenant Brannigan
2014 The Single Moms Club Ollie
2015 Don Quixote: The Ingenious Gentleman of La Mancha Don Quixote
Sharkskin Jakie Hooks
2016 Mafiosa Sebastian Lombardo
A Winter Rose Joe
2017 The Labyrinth Vincent
The Institute Apothecary
Actors Anonymous Mr. Smithson
Empire of the Heart
The Mad Whale Dr. Withers
Singularity Damien Walsh
2018 Future World Grandfather
Duke Lieutenant Brannigan
2020 The Mercenary Reverend Father

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1969 Judd, for the Defense Dave Klein episode: "The View from the Ivy Tower"
1970 The Young Lawyers Hank Smith 1 episode
1971 Monty Nash Tomas / Benny 2 episodes
1973 The F.B.I. Ligot episode: "Night of the Long Knives"
1974 Kojak Davey episode: "Marker to a Dead Bookie"
1975 Columbo Coroner Anderson episode: "Identity Crisis"
Bronk Controller episode: "Short Fuse"
Cannon Alex Shuller episode: "The Wedding March"
Matt Helm Molinas episode: "Think Murder"
1976 Once an Eagle Adam Brand episode: "Part 4"
1976–1979 The Rockford Files Dumas / Orin Wilson 2 episodes
1978–1981 Lou Grant Morton Tracy / Arnold Zinner / Anthony Leone 3 episodes
1978 The Bionic Woman King Kusari 1 episode
1979 CHiPs Officer Borlov 1 episode
1981–82 The Greatest American Hero Murphy / Nick Castle 2 episodes
The Phoenix Dave / Kingston 2 episodes
1982 The New Odd Couple Tony S. episode: "Opening Night"
1983 T. J. Hooker Detective Chuck Tyler episode: "Vengeance Is Mine"
Quarterback Princess Ed Ainsworth TV movie
1984 Buffalo Bill 1 episode
The A-Team Colonel Sanchez episode: "In Plane Sight"
Cheers Marvin 1 episode
Hill Street Blues Leon DeGaulle episode: "Last Chance Salon"
Scarecrow and Mrs. King Pierce episode: "Brunettes Are In"
1986–1992 L.A. Law Lawyer Neil Robertson 5 episodes
1986 Cagney & Lacey Ronelli 1 episode
Between Two Women Robert Walker TV movie
1987 Hunter Dr. Schneider episode: "A Child is Born"
1989–1990 Booker Chick Sterling 22 episodes
1989 Heartbeat Dr. Nathan Solt 12 episodes
1991 Matlock Tom O'Hare 2 episodes
Knight Rider 2000 Russell Maddock / KIFT TV movie
1992–1994 Melrose Place Dr. Stanley Levin 8 episodes
1992 A Thousand Heroes First Officer William R. Records TV movie
1993 Crime & Punishment Lieutenant Anthony Bartolo 3 episodes
Triumph Over Disaster: The Hurricane Andrew Story Ed Lopez TV movie
1994–1997 Walker, Texas Ranger George Vickers / Paco Cruz 2 episodes
1995–96 Sisters Captain Smiley 4 episodes
1995 Babylon 5 Urza Jaddo 1 episode
1996 Andersonville Hopkins TV movie
L.A. Firefighters Detective Lou Cerone 3 episodes
1997 JAG Colonel Matthew O'Hara 1 episode
1998–2003 The Practice Attorney Horace Wright / Principal Gilbert 2 episodes
1998–2005 Stargate SG-1 General Jacob Carter / Selmak 25 episodes
1998 Night Man Mr. Corleone / Boss episode: "Nightwoman"
2000 Party of Five INS Agent Lawrence episode: "Great Expectations"
Level 9 Delacroix episode: "Mail Call"
2001 Strong Medicine Monsignor Nicholas Rinaldi episode: "Drugstore Cowgirl"
2002 The West Wing Leonard Wallace episode: "Night Five"
The Court Ohio Senator Charlie Koloski episode: "Life Sentence"
2003–04 The District Mr. Parras / Nancy's Father 2 episodes
2003 24 General Gratz 1 episode
The Lyon's Den Clark Honikee episode: "Things She Said"
2004 Medical Investigation Lieutenant Colonel Bartek episode: "Coming Home"
2005 Blind Justice Chief Tunney 2 episodes
2006–2008 CSI: NY Inspector Stanton Gerrard 6 episodes
2006 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Sylvano Fatelli episode: "Rashomama"
Commander in Chief Hugh Moreland episode: "The Elephant in the Room"
2007 House M.D. Henry Dobson 3 episodes
2008–09 The Young and the Restless District Attorney Dennis Ellroy 11 episodes
2009 Meteor Commander Murphy 2 episodes
Criminal Minds Father Paul Silvano 1 episode
2010 The Mentalist Joseph DeSouza 1 episode
Lie to Me Gus episode: "Exposed"
Castle Mario Rivera 1 episode
2011 Death Interrupted Saint Peter TV movie
2013 Bunheads Rick episode: "You Wanna See Something?"
2014 Hawaii Five-0 Albert Bagosa 1 episode
2017 Shooter Charles Broadwell episode: "Don't Mess with Texas"

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Profile". carmenargenziano.net. Archived from the original on October 18, 2007. Retrieved August 20, 2017.
  2. ^ "Criminal Minds - Season 4 Episode 17". Rotten Tomatoes. Retrieved November 16, 2019.
  3. ^ "Watch Criminal Minds Season 4 Episode 17: Demonology Online (2019)". TV Guide. Retrieved November 16, 2019.
  4. ^ "'Stargate' Actor Carmen Argenziano Dead at 75". TMZ. February 10, 2019. Retrieved February 13, 2019.

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