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Fulvio Cecere, 2005
March 11, 1960 |
Fulvio Cecere (born March 11, 1960) is a Canadian actor.
Born to Italian parents, he attended Southwestern University School of Law in Los Angeles, but after one year he realized that acting, not law, was his true calling. He took acting classes at UCLA and starred in a wide array of television and feature film parts over the next few years. While vacationing in Vancouver, Canada, he sent out his resume to several local talent agents.
Cecere works in a variety of places, moving around between Vancouver, Toronto, Los Angeles and New York City all year.
He played the part of freelance detective Fred Durkin in the A&E Network's original film The Golden Spiders: A Nero Wolfe Mystery (2000) and the series A Nero Wolfe Mystery (2001–2002). He also starred as Det. Leon Vaughn in the 2001 slasher film Valentine.He also portrayed Lt. Thorne in Battlestar Galactica, Agent Sandoval in Dark Angel (2000–2002), and had recurring roles in TV series including Tarzan, Tilt, Blade and Intelligence. His work in feature films includes roles in Paycheck, Assault on Precinct 13, Cinderella Man, The Tortured, and Watchmen.
Cecere wrote, produced, directed and acted in his own short film, The Regular Guy. Though it took him some time to get the film finished, he recently toured the film festival circuit with it and received several awards. He is currently at work on a new self-written film project.
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