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Anthony Desio


Anthony Desio is known for his work on Kick-Ass (2010), The Family (2013) and The Secret Life of Walter Mitty (2013). See full bio »
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Known For

Kick-Ass
Kick-Ass Baby Goon
(2010)
The Family
The Family Bernie
(2013)
Jonny Zero
Jonny Zero Tull
(2005)

Filmography

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 2015 Austin's Angels
Body Guard
 2013/I The Family
Bernie
 2011 Pale Blue Light
Tony
 2011 Life Vest Inside: Kindness Boomerang (Short)
Hot dog vendor
 2010 Kick-Ass
Baby Goon
 2008 New Amsterdam (TV Series)
Bob
- Keep the Change (2008) ... Bob
 2005 One Last Thing...
Biggie
 2005 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (TV Series)
Mickey
- Parts (2005) ... Mickey
 2005 Jonny Zero (TV Series)
Tull
- Man Up (2005) ... Tull
- Diamonds & Guns (2005) ... Tull
- To Serve and to Protect (2005) ... Tull
- Lost and Found (2005) ... Tull
- Who's Your Daddy (2005) ... Tull
 2004 Murda Muzik (Video)
Detective
 2004 The Sopranos (TV Series)
Jimmy La Manna
- All Happy Families (2004) ... Jimmy La Manna
- Where's Johnny? (2004) ... Jimmy La Manna
 2002 Manito
Bail Bondsman
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 2012 Max Payne 3 (Video Game) (additional motion capture)

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