Victor Colicchio

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Victor Colicchio (born August 13, 1953) is an actor, screenwriter, musician, and songwriter. His screenwriting credits include Summer of Sam, co-written with actor Michael Imperioli.[1][2][3] and High Times' Potluck.[4] As an actor his credits include Inside Man[5], The Brave One, Goodfellas[5], The Deli, Bullets over Broadway, The Sopranos, and five episodes of Law & Order. He also played Slick Rick in New York Undercover.[1] In the 1970s he was involved with New York film collective Total Impact.[6] He also directed the documentary Rockin' America, about a multi-band tour of the USA that suffers serious problems when the promoter quits.[7]

Personal life[edit]

Colicchio founded Venice Film Production with his then-wife the producer Jeri Carroll.[8] His daughter, singer Dionna Dal Monte, was the subject of controversy in 2013 over a Nazi swastika on her breast.[9]




  1. ^ a b Hamill, Denis (June 27, 1999). "Bx. Denizen Recalls Summer Of Terror". New York Daily News. 
  2. ^ George De Stefano, An Offer We Can't Refuse: The Mafia in the Mind of America (Faber & Faber, 2007), p 253
  3. ^ Klawans, Stuart (July 8, 1999). "Spike's Season". The Nation. 
  4. ^ Brendan Joel Kelley, "Bad Weed", Phoenix New Times, 2003/12/11,
  5. ^ a b Lauer-Williams, Kathy (9 April 2006). "Times get good for "bad guy' actor". The Morning Call. Retrieved 3 September 2017. 
  6. ^ Aaron Cometbus, "Punk magazine's John Holmstrom", Maximum Rock 'N' Roll #311,
  7. ^ Stephanie Caltagirone, "Kutztown filmmaker Victor Colicchio to preview documentary", Reading Eagle (Reading, PA), 9/28/2008,
  8. ^ Caltagirone, Stephanie (2008-09-28). "Kutztown filmmaker Victor Colicchio to preview documentary". Reading Eagle. Retrieved 1 November 2013. 
  9. ^ "NeoNazi rocker plays in Italian Resistance park". La Gazetta del Mezzogiorno. Archived from the original on November 3, 2013. Retrieved 1 November 2013. 

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