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Frank Canino is an actor and writer, known for Police Academy 4: Citizens on Patrol (1987), Looking for Angelina (2005) and Blindside (1987). See full bio »

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Police Academy 4: Citizens on Patrol
Police Academy 4: Citizens on Patrol Italian Police Official
(1987)
Looking for Angelina
(2005)
Blindside
Blindside Elderly Man
(1987)

Filmography

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 1991 The Return of Eliot Ness (TV Movie)
Old Gangster #2
 1991 E.N.G. (TV Series)
Maitre'D
- Intruders (1991) ... Maitre'D
 1990 Street Legal (TV Series)
Claude LePelle
- Shadow Boxing (1990) ... Claude LePelle
 1990 In Defense of a Married Man (TV Movie)
Cambrio Morales
 1990 Babar (TV Series)
Additional Voices
- Boys Will Be Boys (1990) ... Additional Voices (voice)
- Ghost for a Day (1990) ... Additional Voices (voice)
- The Unsalted Sea Serpent (1990) ... Additional Voices (voice)
- Uncle Arthur and the Pirates (1990) ... Additional Voices (voice)
- A Charmed Life (1990) ... Additional Voices (voice)
 1989 Walter & Carlo i Amerika
Tjeneren Joe
 1988 Friday the 13th: The Series (TV Series)
Esposito
- Pipe Dream (1988) ... Esposito
 1986-1987 Adderly (TV Series)
- A Change of Mind (1986)
 1987 Blindside
Elderly Man
 1987 Police Academy 4: Citizens on Patrol
Italian Police Official
 1986 Night Heat (TV Series)
- The Movement (1986)
 1981 High Card (TV Series)
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