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Credited cast:
Linda Artuso ...
Mary Bocce
Aunt Tilly
Mario Bosco ...
Newspaper Boy
Rabbi Goldberg
Jack Bocce
Vinny De Vingo ...
Jesus A. Del Rosario Jr. ...
ER Doctor
Andy Balsalo
Keith Dibuono ...
Leo Bocce
Charles (as Mohamed Dione)
Boxing Trainer
Jessica Gerone ...
Tina Stern
Jessica Gerono ...
Tina Stern Bocce


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What goes on in Mama Bocce's house, stays in Mama Bocce's house, it's a nobody's business.


Comedy | Drama | Romance





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About Bocce Balls!
11 April 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Bocce Balls is an award winning classic, and you will fall in love with each and every character.

This story is something like "The Big Fat Greek Wedding" except Bocce Balls is a lot more marketable. It also has a little bit of feeling like, The Soprano's, Married To The Mob, The Godfather, Lovers and Other Strangers, a pinch of Good-fellows, and as funny as Meet The Parents.

It's a winner!

The Writer of Bocce Balls, Barbara Ricci.


I was born in the Bronx, New York where I learned first hand, the meaning of the word "Poor"  which also means I come from the old school.  Trust me, I know first hand how to persevere and I also received the "Perseverance Award" in the past.   Today, I'm just being recognized for my artistic work for my writing: Bocce Balls; The Swansan's; Ring Worm; Teamster's The Power Behind The Power; Make Me Laugh, and my acting all reflect who I am as a woman, a wife, a mother and friend.  My friends and family inspire me, but most importantly is the inspiration I get from my faith in God, Almighty God is my anchor.  That is why I respect all cultures and religions, and I realize that I am not perfect and nor do I have to be in the eyes of God.  I like to reflect on my life; as "NOT" where I came from, but where I am going.

I meet all kinds of people everyday, I study them, I watch them, and then I begin to observe the truth within them, it's our human nature that makes us who we are. 

I learned a longtime ago to ask a lot of questions,  it's the only way to get answers.  I respect everyone and more so anyone who asks me a lot of questions about myself because I know their interested in who, what and where I am in my life and my career.

This is my passion, I love what I do, it completes me. 

My work speaks for itself, it's original!

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