Salvatore Antonio was born in Toronto, Canada, as Salvatore Antonio Alessandro Migliore. He attended the prestigious National Theatre School of Canada (considered to be the sister school to Julliard), and later taught Acting For Camera at the school for several years. In addition to working regularly in television and film, Salvatore is also a respected theatre artist-- both as an actor and writer. His first play, In Gabriel's Kitchen , was named a finalist for the Governor General's Award (the Canadian equivalent of a Pullitzer Prize). Salvatore is nominated for a 2019 Canadian Screen Award-- Best Supporting Actor in a Drama Series, for his work as 'Brendan Challis' on Mary Kills People (season 2). He is nominated for a 2020 ACTRA Award-- Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor, for his work in the feature film, 'Nose To Tail'.
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