Mario Cantone

The actor-comedian has harsh words for Donald Trump, however.
"I know this guy. I have cousins," the "SATC" veteran said.
Given the durability of the syndicated entertainment newsmagazine format, it is no surprise to see a new half-hour strip called "Page Six TV," based on the iconic gossip page in the New York Post, test the waters in first-run syndication. It began on Monday this week in a three-week test predominantly in the access programming block initially on seven Fox owned stations.
Riveting humorist, alluring impressionist and compelling actor, Mario Cantone, will be appearing at The Ridgefield Playhouse on February 26, where he will be showcasing his an avant-garde witticism, as well his edgy celebrity impressions and infused musical variety.
The shows continue to capture the intimacy of that first party, letting audiences eavesdrop on the inspired mischief gifted
Mark Gerrard's "Steve" examines what happens after you think you've found the one.
If you come across this episode prior to February 7th, 2015, attend this year's gala at the Palm Springs Convention Center.
Cantone was quick to praise Lange, calling him as "the most open, cool, loving, wonderful guy" both onstage and off. "That
Here is a musical on Broadway with a philosophy a girl can love: Kinky Boots starts with a rousing tribute "The Most Beautiful Thing," to shoes.