Bruno Iannone

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Bruno Iannone came to this country from Italy at eight years of age. He’s tri-lingual (Italian, Spanish and English), and is an actor, writer and poet. He recently completed work on his autobiographical novel, “Where the Heart is Warm,” and wrote and performed his one-man show “Letters for Marie” for Emerging Artists in NYC, based on his memoir of the same title. He’s finalizing his collection of poems for his chapbook “Thinking Myself Through to Pretty.” Acting highlights include: starring role as the Vicar in the independent film, “The Passion of Joan,” currently seeking distribution; worked in TV and Film with such accomplished actors as Robert DeNiro, Tom Hanks, James Woods, Paul Sorvino and Phil Bosco and with such esteemed directors as Sergio Leone, Sidney Lumet, Richard Benjamin and David Platt. He’s a former high school All-American basketball player who was inducted into the St. Patrick’s High School Athletic Hall of Fame in 1996 and elected into the Elizabeth, NJ Athletic Hall of Fame in 1999. He is a former Pro-basketball player (Italy).

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