biographyBorn on October 19, 1936 in Brooklyn, New York, actor Tony Lo Bianco is the son of a taxi driver and grew up in the tough neighborhood of Bensonhurst. As an athletic teenager, he fought in the Golden Gloves as a welterweight. His dream of playing professional baseball led to a failed tryout with the Dodgers in 1954. Lo Bianco took an interest in acting while enrolled in high school vocational classes in the 1950s. He founded the Weekend Theater in 1956 as a way of gaining acting experience, and in 1963 he founded the Triangle Theater to help budding stage actors and directors. After spending many years in off-Broadway productions, he finally landed a supporting role in his first Broadway play, Incident at Vichy, in 1964. While he was cast in several more Broadway plays in the late 1960s, none was a huge success, so he began to explore the possibilities of film and television. In 1965, he landed his first film role, billed as Anthony Greco, in Doris Wishman's low-budget sexploitation flick The Sex Perils of Paulette (1965; with Darlene Bennett). He went on to make appearances in the television series Get Smart, N.Y.P.D., and Hawk in the late 1960s before landing his breakthrough role as Raymond Fernandez in The Honeymoon Killers (1970; with Shirley Stoler and Doris Roberts), shot for $150,000 in six weeks in 1969. The film was a critical if not a commercial success in the U.S. but found an enthusiastic audience in Europe and has since gone on to become a cult classic.
RIGHT: Poster from Tony Lo Bianco's first starring role in the cult classic The Honeymoon Killers. Co-star Shirley Stoler is also pictured. LEFT: Early 1970s 20th Century Fox promotional photo
This film proved to be a springboard for Lo Bianco, who followed up with the blockbuster crime thriller The French Connection (1971; with Gene Hackman and Roy Scheider). In order to provide a steady paycheck, in 1971 he took the role of Dr. Joe Corelli on the CBS soap opera Love of Life, staying with the show until 1973, when he was cast in another well-received crime thriller The Seven-Ups (1973; with Roy Scheider and Richard Lynch). He also took roles in such drive-in flicks as the Italian comedy Mean Fran and Crazy Tony (1973; with Lee Van Cleef), the horror thriller God Told Me To (1976; with Deborah Raffin and Richard Lynch), and Goldenrod (1976; with Donald Pleasence).
the films of tony lo bianco
Lo Bianco's first film appearance came in Doris Wishman's sexploitation drama The Sex Perils of Paulette portraying the 'nice guy' boyfriend of the doomed title character
Lo Bianco portrays Raymond Fernandez in the cult crime drama The Honeymoon Killers, based on the true story of Fernandez and Martha Beck, The Lonely Hearts Killers who murdered women for their money in the late 1940s. LEFT: With Barbara Cason. RIGHT: With costar Shirley Stoler
Mean Frank and Crazy Tony (1973)
Lo Bianco stars as title character thug Tony Breda in the crime comedy Mean Frank and Crazy Tony, an Italian exploitation flick shot in Italy
The Seven-Ups (1973)
With Donald Pleasence in the Canadian drama Goldenrod
From the blue-collar drama Bloodbrothers. LEFT: Tony Lo Bianco portrays Richard Gere's father. RIGHT: With Paul Sorvino and Richard Gere
Welcome Home, Bobby (1986)
Lo Bianco is the father of troubled teen Timothy Williams in the CBS made-for-TV drama Welcome Home, Bobby
The Ann Jillian Story (1988)
Tony Lo Bianco portrays Ann Jillian's husband, Andy Murcia, in the made-for-TV biopic The Ann Jillian Story
Body of Evidence (1988)
City of Hope (1991)
tony lo bianco todaySince the late 1970s, Lo Bianco's career has been largely focused on television, in made-for-television films and on a couple of short-lived television series. While he has directed several episodes of television series, he has directed only one film, the low-budget thriller Too Scared to Scream (1985; with Mike Connors and Anne Archer). Today, he is still enjoying success on stage in the role of the late New York City Mayor Fiorello H. LaGuardia in a one-man show called The Little Flower, adapted from the Broadway production Hizzoner! in which Lo Bianco acted in the late 1980s. And he is still active in films with a release slated for 2015, the comedy '79 Parts (2015; with Eric Roberts).
Lo Bianco is the father three daughters with first wife, Dora, a writer whom he married in 1964. The couple parted ways in 1984, and he married again in 2002 to second wife Elizabeth. Lo Bianco and his second wife divorced in 2009.
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Police Story: Season One [DVD](1973) DVD
All 21 episodes form the first season--including "Dangerous Games," "Collision Course," "Chain of Command," "The Wyatt Earp Syndrome," and "The Gamble"--are collected in a six-disc set. 19 1/2 hrs. total. Standard; Soundtrack: English; interview. **21 episodes on 6 discs. Includes the bonus pilot movie "Slow Boy." 19 1/2 hrs.**
Law & Order: The Second Year [DVD](1991) DVD
All 22 episodes from season two--including "Confession," "God Bless the Child," "His Hour Upon the Stage," "Sisters of Mercy," and "The Working Stiff"--are collected in a three-disc set. 17 1/2 hrs. total. Standard; Soundtracks: English Dolby Digital stereo, French Dolby Digital mono; Subtitles: French, Spanish; featurette. **22 episodes on 3 discs. 17 1/2 hrs.**
The Sex Perils Of Paulette [DVD](1965) DVD
Paulette is an innocent young girl who is quickly introduced to the sordid ways of New York City in this good-girl-gone-bad classic from director Doris Wishman. She arrives in the Big Apple looking to make it big, but when she begins to share an apartment with a hooker named Tracy, Paulette becomes immersed in a world of sexual depravity that she may not be able to resist. Anna Karol, Darlene Bennett, Sam Stewart star. 72 min. Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital mono.
The Honeymoon Killers [DVD](1970) DVD
Tony Lo Bianco and Shirley Stoler star as an itinerant gigolo and an overweight nurse who meet through a newspaper "lonely hearts" column and begin murdering unsuspecting women through the ads. Truly offbeat cult shocker was, in fact, based on a true case. 107 min. Widescreen (Enhanced); Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital mono; Subtitles: English; interview; biographies; theatrical trailer.
The French Connection [Blu-ray](1971)
Five Academy Awards, including Best Picture, Director, and Actor, were copped by William Friedkin's fast-moving, fact-based cop drama. Gene Hackman and Roy Scheider are the New York detectives who reluctantly work with federal agents to crack a multi-million-dollar heroin ring. The harrowing car chase scene is a film classic. With Fernando Rey, Tony Lo Bianco. 104 min. Widescreen; Soundtracks: English DTS HD 5.1 Master Audio, Dolby Digital Surround, Dolby Digital mono, French Dolby Digital 5.1, Spanish Dolby Digital 5.1; Subtitles: English (SDH), Spanish; audio commentary by Friedkin, Hackman, Scheider; deleted scenes; featurettes; isolated music score; trivia.
The French Connection I & II (Special Edition) [DVD] DVD
Both "The French Connection" (1971) and the fast-paced follow-up "The French Connection II" (1975), in which detective Popeye Doyle (Gene Hackman) heads to France to ultimately bring down the heroin dealer whose syndicate he busted in America, are available in a special three-disc collector's set. Widescreen; Soundtracks: English Dolby Digital 5.1, Dolby Digital stereo, Dolby Digital 4.0, French Dolby Digital mono; Subtitles: English; audio commentary by Friedkin, Hackman, Scheider, Frankenheimer; "making of" documentary; deleted scenes; photo gallery; storyboards; theatrical trailers.
The French Connection (Collector's Edition) [DVD](1971) DVD
Five Academy Awards, including Best Picture, Director, and Actor, were copped by William Friedkin's fast-moving, fact-based cop drama. Gene Hackman and Roy Scheider are the New York detectives who reluctantly work with federal agents to crack a multi-million-dollar heroin ring. The harrowing car chase scene is a film classic. With Fernando Rey, Tony Lo Bianco. 104 min. Widescreen (Enhanced); Soundtracks: English Dolby Digital 5.1, Dolby Digital Surround, French Dolby Digital mono; Subtitles: English, Spanish; audio commentary; documentaries; deleted scenes; photo gallery; theatrical trailers. Two-disc set.
The Story Of Jacob And Joseph [DVD](1974) DVD
A lavish Biblical drama in two parts, telling the stories of the sibling rivalry between Jacob and Esau, and the tale of Joseph's adventures when he was sold into slavery by his brothers. Keith Michell, Tony Lo Bianco, Colleen Dewhurst and Herschel Bernardi star; Alan Bates narrates. Michael Cacoyannis ("Zorba the Greek") directs. 96 min. Standard; Soundtracks: English Dolby Digital mono, French Dolby Digital mono; Subtitles: English, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Chinese, Korean, Thai; theatrical trailer.
A Memory Of Two Mondays [DVD](1974) DVD
A group of workers striving to make a living during the Depression is the focus of Arthur Miller's masterful drama based on his own experiences. The amazing cast, which includes Jack Warden, Harvey Keitel, Dick Van Patten, Estelle Parsons, Jerry Stiller, George Grizzard and Barnard Hughes, is outstanding under the direction of Paul Bogart ("Torch Song Trilogy"). 90 min. Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby stereo; trailers.
God Told Me To (Special Edition) (4K Restoration) [Blu-ray](1976)
Writer/director Larry Cohen delivers a controversial, way-out thriller starring Tony Lo Bianco as a New York cop trying to stop a series of bizarre sniper killings in which the shooters all say, "God told me to." The man behind the bloodshed is a pale-skinned cultist who claims to be the product of a human-alien breeding. Sandy Dennis, Deborah Raffin, and Andy Kaufman co-star. AKA: "Demon." 90 min. Widescreen; Soundtracks: English DTS HD 7.1, Dolby Digital 5.1 EX, DTS HD mono; Subtitles: English (SDH), French, Spanish; audio commentary by Cohen; interviews; photo gallery; theatrical trailers; TV spots.
God Told Me To (Special Edition) (4K Restoration) [DVD](1976) DVD
Writer/director Larry Cohen delivers a controversial, way-out thriller starring Tony Lo Bianco as a New York cop trying to stop a series of bizarre sniper killings in which the shooters all say, "God told me to." The man behind the bloodshed is a pale-skinned cultist who claims to be the product of a human-alien breeding. Sandy Dennis, Deborah Raffin, and Andy Kaufman co-star. AKA: "Demon." 90 min. Widescreen (Enhanced); Soundtracks: English DTS HD ES 6.1, Dolby Digital Surround EX, Dolby Digital mono; Subtitles: English (SDH), French, Spanish; audio commentary by Cohen; interviews; photo gallery; theatrical trailers; TV spots.
Jesus Of Nazareth [DVD](1976) DVD
Franco Zeffirelli's highly acclaimed version of the life of Jesus. This epic, moving drama, filmed in Tunisia and Morocco, features a stellar international cast, including Robert Powell, Peter Ustinov, Stacy Keach, Anne Bancroft, James Mason, Anthony Quinn, Laurence Olivier and Rod Steiger. 382 min. Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital stereo; featurette; theatrical trailer. Two-disc set.
Bloodbrothers [DVD](1978) DVD
Searing drama, based on the novel by Richard Price, stars Richard Gere as a young man from the Bronx, struggling to establish an identity outside of his Italian-American heritage. Reluctantly taking a union construction job to please his father, Gere finds himself caught between the desire to live his own life and the need to hold his troubled family together. With Paul Sorvino, Tony Lo Bianco, Marilu Henner; directed by Robert Mulligan. AKA: "A Father's Love." 116 min. Widescreen (Enhanced); Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital mono.
Absorbing social drama stars Sylvester Stallone as a decent, moral trucker who compromises his principles while ascending the union ranks, and in the process, alienates his wife and his best friend and becomes the subject of a government investigation. Co-stars David Huffman, Rod Steiger, Peter Boyle, Tony Lo Bianco; directed by Norman Jewison. 145 min. Widescreen; Soundtrack: English DTS; featurette; theatrical trailer.
F.I.S.T. [DVD](1978) DVD
Absorbing social drama stars Sylvester Stallone as a decent, moral trucker who compromises his principles while ascending the union ranks, and in the process, alienates his wife and his best friend and becomes the subject of a government investigation. Co-stars David Huffman, Rod Steiger, Peter Boyle, Tony Lo Bianco; directed by Norman Jewison. 145 min. Widescreen (Enhanced); Soundtrack: English; featurette; theatrical trailer.
Champions: A Love Story [DVD](1979) DVD
Heartfelt coming-of-age TV movie about a teenage ice skater (Joy LeDuc) who is teamed up with a former hockey player (Jimmy McNichol) to compete in the National Figure Skating Championships. As they train for the competition, they strike up a friendship that eventually turns into love, but a devastating tragedy threatens to tear them apart. Shirley Knight, Tony Lo Bianco co-star. 98 min. Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital mono.
Dangerous Babes: 12 Movie Collection [DVD] DVD
First, a porn director's perfect life is threatened by a police crackdown in "Blue Money" (1972); an assassination plot is the focus of the political thriller "Noon Sunday" (1975); "Sextette" (1978) stars Mae West as a legendary Hollywood sex symbol whose honeymoon to her sixth husband is constantly interrupted; Karen Black and Tony Lo Bianco must deal with their dissolving marriage in "Separate Ways" (1981); Laurene Landon stars in "Yellow Hair and the Fortress of Gold" (1984) as a warrior princess who must regain her tribe's sacred treasure, only to uncover a lost city; classmates wager to see who can bed a chaste high-school beauty in "The Virgin Queen of St. Francis High" (1987); a man tries to turn an old warehouse into a hot nightspot, but encounters conflict with the mob, city, and his wife in "Night Club" (1989); and Troy Donahue stars in "Click: The Calendar Girl Killer" (1990), about a psycho killing models in the fashion industry. Three-disc set also includes "Weekend With The Babysitter," "The Sister-In-Law," "French Quarter," and "Hot Target." 18 hrs. total. Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital stereo.
City Heat [DVD](1984) DVD
Burt Reynolds and Clint Eastwood team up in this light-hearted thriller set in 1933 Kansas City, as a wise-cracking private eye and a no-nonsense cop go up against the mob. Co-stars Madeline Kahn, Jane Alexander and Rip Torn. 94 min. Widescreen (Enhanced); Soundtracks: English Dolby Digital 5.1, Dolby Digital Surround, French Dolby Digital mono, Portuguese Dolby Digital mono; Subtitles: English, Bahasa, French, Japanese, Korean, Mandarin, Portuguese, Spanish, Thai.
Frederick Forsyth Presents [DVD] DVD
Six gripping made-for-TV espionage thrillers from the mind of "The Day of the Jackal" author Frederick Forsyth are presented in this three-disc set. The action begins with "A Casualty of War" (1989), as an SAS agent (David Threlfall) catches wind of a plot by Libyan strongman Qaddafi; a CIA agent's (Beau Bridges) holiday is interrupted by "Just Another Secret" (1989); a "Little Piece of Sunshine" (1990) finds a Scotland Yard inspector (Larry Lamb) on the case of an island governor who's been murdered; "Death Has a Bad Reputation" (1990), especially when it comes to infamous terrorist Carlos "the Jackal" (Tony Lo Bianco); Mike Farrell and Peter Egan star in "The Price of the Bride" (1990), the tale of a shady KGB defector; "Pride and Extreme Prejudice" (1990) hound an ex-agent (Brian Dennehy) both the Yanks and the Russians fear has gone rogue. 9 hrs. total. Standard; Soundtrack: English.
Perry Mason Movie Collection Double Feature, Vol. 7 [DVD] DVD
When a famous writer of crime fiction is killed, Perry (Raymond Burr) discovers that the author was a well-known plagiarist and the lengthy list of suspects is made up of the people he stole from over the years. "The Case of the Poisoned Pen" (1990) also stars Barbara Hale, William R. Moses, Cindy Williams, David Warner. And, Perry travels to France to help clear the name of an American marine framed for the murder of the Nazi war criminal who killed his grandparents and crippled his mother, in "The Case of the Desperate Deception" (1990). With Hale, Moses, Ian Bannen, Ian McShane. 188 min. total. Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital stereo; Subtitles: English (SDH).
Teamster Boss [DVD](1992) DVD
Forceful true story starring Brian Dennehy as Jackie Presser, another in a line of controversial Teamsters Union chiefs, who associated with members of organized crime, played informant for the FBI and was indicted on racketeering charges in 1986. Maria Conchita Alonso, Jeff Daniels, Eli Wallach also star. 111 min. Widescreen (Enhanced); Soundtrack: English.
4 Film Favorites: Wesley Snipes [DVD] DVD
In the atmospheric thriller "Boiling Point" (1993), Wesley Snipes stars as a U.S. Treasury agent who tries to find his partner's killer by infiltrating Los Angeles' criminal underworld. The culprits turn out to be a veteran con artist (Dennis Hopper) with a penchant for dealing in counterfeit money and his trigger-happy assistant (Viggo Mortensen). Dan Hedaya, Lolita Davidovich co-star. Then, when a secretary is found murdered inside the White House, veteran D.C. homicide detective Wesley Snipes finds his investigation into the crime meeting with high-level opposition. He teams with Secret Service agent Diane Lane to find the killer, but their search uncovers a shocking secret with global ramifications, in the gripping thriller "Murder at 1600" (1997). Alan Alda, Daniel Benzali, Ronny Cox also star. Two-disc set also includes "ew Jack City" and "The Art Of War" (2000). 7 hrs. total.
Oliver Stone's epic look at the life of Richard M. Nixon showcases Anthony Hopkins in a tour-de-force performance as the embattled 37th president. Following Nixon from his troubled Quaker upbringing through his checkered political career and the scandal of Watergate, the film offers insight into the man behind the public image. With Joan Allen, Ed Harris, David Hyde Pierce, Paul Sorvino, and Bob Hoskins. Director's cut; 3 1/2 hrs. Widescreen; Soundtracks: English 5.1 Uncompressed, Dolby Digital 5.1; Subtitles: English (SDH), Spanish, French; documentary; deleted scenes; interviews; audio commentary; theatrical trailer. Two-disc set.
Nixon (1995)/Billy Bathgate (1991)/Blaze (1989) [DVD] DVD
"Billy Bathgate" is a handsomely mounted adaptation of E.L. Doctorow's award-winning novel about a teenage boy's obsession with hoodlums and his adventures with the unpredictable Dutch Schultz and his gang. Loren Dean, Dustin Hoffman, Nicole Kidman, Bruce Willis, Steven Hill star. And, Paul Newman pulls out all the stops in his hilarious, energetic performance as Earl K. Long, the wily Louisiana governor whose whirlwind romance stripper Blaze Starr (Lolita Davidovich) caused a sensation in the 1950s. Jerry Hardin, Robert Wuhl co-star in "Blaze." Two-disc set also includes "Nixon" (Director's Cut). 7 1/4 hrs. total. Widescreen; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital stereo.
The Juror [DVD](1996) DVD
Artist Demi Moore becomes a juror in a mobster's murder trial and soon finds herself the target of hit man Alec Baldwin, who threatens to kill her teenage son if she doesn't vote "not guilty" for boss Tony Lo Bianco. James Gandolfini, Anne Heche, and Joseph Gordon-Levitt also star in this first-rate suspense yarn. 118 min. Standard; Soundtracks: English Dolby Digital 5.1, Dolby Digital Surround, French Dolby Digital Surround, Spanish Dolby Digital Surround; Subtitles: English, French, Spanish; theatrical trailers.
Mafia! (1998)/The Crew [Blu-ray](2000)
Includes "Mafia!" and "The Crew."
Mafia! (1998)/The Wrong Guy (1997)/Gone Fishin' (1997) [DVD] DVD
Here's a comedy you can't refuse, as director Jim Abrahams takes aim at "The Godfather," "Casino," and other crime movies, in "Mafia!" Jay Mohr stars as the war vet who returns home and must take over his family's "business" when an attempt is made on the life of patriarch Lloyd Bridges. With Christina Applegate, Olympia Dukakis, Billy Burke. And, irate when he's passed over for a promotion by his boss--who also happens to be his fiancee's father--nerdy business executive Dave Foley goes to challenge the man and finds him stabbed to death. Convinced he'll be blamed, Foley goes on the run...only to wind up running alongside the real killer! The hilarious fugitive farce "The Wrong Guy" also stars Jennifer Tilly, Colm Feore. Two-disc set also includes "Gone Fishin'." 4 1/2 hrs. total. Widescreen; Soundtrack: English.
Lucky Day [DVD](2002) DVD
A delivery driver is killed shortly after winning the lottery, and as his best friend searches for the lucky ticket and the reason for his murder, she finds herself ensnared in a dangerous mystery. Amanda Donohoe, Tony Lo Bianco and Gino Marrocco star in this suspenseful adaptation of a Mary Higgins Clark tale. 95 min. Widescreen (Enhanced); Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital Surround; Subtitles: English, Spanish; theatrical trailer; interactive menus; scene access.
The Last Request [DVD](2006) DVD
Pop (Danny Aiello) makes only one request of his two sons before he dies--for one of them to marry and have children so that his family name can continue. Because Jeff (T.R. Knight) is entering the seminary, it's up to his sibling (Nick Scotti) to find the perfect wife, but a fateful event leads Jeff to abandon his celibacy and dive into the dating scene. Eccentric comedy co-stars Mario Cantone, Sabrina Lloyd. 91 min. Widescreen; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital 5.1; Subtitles: Spanish; theatrical trailers.
Kill The Irishman [Blu-ray](2011)
Danny Greene's (Ray Stevenson) instincts and muscle take him to the heights of power in the Irish mob of the '70s. But, Greene is a troublemaker, and after making some powerful enemies, the union man-turned-thug becomes the target of New York and Los Angeles gangsters who want to see their own influence restored by getting the Irishman out of the way permanently. With Vincent D'Onofrio, Val Kilmer, Linda Cardellini, and Christopher Walken. 106 min. Widescreen; Soundtrack: English Dolby TrueHD 5.1; Subtitles: English (SDH), Spanish; documentary "Danny Greene: The Rise and Fall of the Irishman" (2009).
Kill The Irishman [DVD](2011) DVD
Danny Greene's (Ray Stevenson) instincts and muscle take him to the heights of power in the Irish mob of the '70s. But, Greene is a troublemaker, and after making some powerful enemies, the union man-turned-thug becomes the target of New York and Los Angeles gangsters who want to see their own influence restored by getting the Irishman out of the way permanently. With Vincent D'Onofrio, Val Kilmer, Linda Cardellini, and Christopher Walken. 106 min. Widescreen (Enhanced); Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital 5.1; Subtitles: English (SDH), Spanish; documentary "Danny Greene: The Rise and Fall of the Irishman" (2009).
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'79 Parts (2015) with Ryan O'Callaghan and Eric Roberts
Send No Flowers (2013) with Sean Young
Kill the Irishman (2011) with Vincent D'Onofrio, Val Kilmer, Christopher Walken, and Paul Sorvino
Frame of Mind (2009) with Chris Noth and Barbara Barrie
The Last Request (2006) with T.R. Knight, Danny Aiello, Mario Cantone, Joe Piscopo, Barbara Feldon, Mary Birdsong, and Gilbert Gottfried
The Engagement Ring (2005) with Patricia Heaton, Vincent Spano, and Lainie Kazan
N.Y.-70 (2005) with Donnie Wahlberg
Hate (2005) with Marcia Gay Harden
Endangered Species (2003) with Eric Roberts and John Rhys-Davies
Il pi첫 crudele dei giorni (2003) with Erika Blanc
Lucky Day (2002) with Amanda Donohoe
Down 'n Dirty (2001) with Fred Williamson, Bubba Smith, Gary Busey, Beverly Johnson, and David Carradine
Friends and Family (2001) with Greg Lauren and Christopher Gartin
The Day the Ponies Come Back (2000) with Burt Young
Rocky Marciano (1999) with Jon Favreau, Penelope Ann Miller, Judd Hirsch, and George C. Scott
Jane Austen's Mafia! (1998) with Jay Mohr, Billy Burke, Christina Applegate, Olympia Dukakis, and Lloyd Bridges
The Pawn (1998) with Greg Evigan
Bella Mafia (1997) with Vanessa Redgrave, Dennis Farina, Nastassja Kinski, Jennifer Tilly, Illeana Douglas, and James Marsden
Let Me Call You Sweetheart (1997) with Meredith Baxter, Victor Garber, and Nick Mancuso
Cold Night Into Dawn (1997) with Michael Ironside and Anthony Michael Hall
Sworn to Justice (1996) with Cynthia Rothrock, Brad Dourif, and Walter Koenig
The Juror (1996) with Demi Moore, Alec Baldwin, James Gandolfini, Anne Heche, and Michael Constantine
Nixon (1995) with Anthony Hopkins, Powers Boothe, Ed Harris, Bob Hoskins, E.G. Marshall, David Hyde Pierce, Paul Sorvino, Mary Steenburgen, and James Woods
Tyson (1995) with George C. Scott, Paul Winfield, Michael Jai White, and Malcolm-Jamal Warner
The Ascent (1994) with Vincent Spano, Ben Cross, and Rachel Ward
La ragnatela del silenzio - A.I.D.S. (1994)
Power and Lovers (1994) with Vincent Riotta
Boiling Point (1993) with Wesley Snipes, Dennis Hopper, Lolita Davidovich, Viggo Mortensen, Valerie Perrine, and Paul Gleason
The Sands of Time (1992) with Deborah Raffin, Michael Nouri, Amanda Plummer, Rene Auberjonois, Martin Balsam, Nina Foch, Roddy McDowall, Constance Towers, and James Brolin
Teamster Boss: The Jackie Presser Story (1992) with Brian Dennehy, Jeff Daniels, Maria Conchita Alonso, Eli Wallach, and Donald Moffat
Stormy Weathers (1992) with Cybill Shepherd, Robert Beltran, Roy Thinnes, Philip Baker Hall, and Vonetta McGee
In the Shadow of a Killer (1992) with Scott Bakula, Miguel Ferrer, and Robert Forster
City of Hope (1991) with Vincent Spano and Chris Cooper
The 10 Million Dollar Getaway (1991) with John Mahoney
The Good Policeman (1991) with Ron Silver and Blair Brown
Perry Mason: The Case of the Poisoned Pen (1990) with Raymond Burr, Barbara Hale, William R. Moses, Cindy Williams, Barbara Babcock, David Warner, and Earl Boen
Death Has a Bad Reputation (1990) with Elizabeth Hurley
Body of Evidence (1988) with Margot Kidder and Barry Bostwick
The Ann Jillian Story (1988) with Ann Jillian and Viveca Lindfors
Police Story: The Freeway Killings (1987) with Richard Crenna, Angie Dickinson, Don Meredith, Ben Gazzara, and Gloria Loring
Blood Ties (1986) with Brad Davis, Vincent Spano, and Maria Conchita Alonso
Welcome Home, Bobby (1986) with Timothy Williams, Adam Baldwin, and John Karlen
Lady Blue (1985) with Danny Aiello, Katy Jurado, and Jim Brown
City Heat (1984) with Clint Eastwood, Burt Reynolds, Jane Alexander, Madeline Kahn, Rip Torn, Irene Cara, and Richard Roundtree
Jessie (1984) with Lindsay Wagner and Celeste Holm
Another Woman's Child (1983) with Linda Lavin, Joyce Van Patten, and Doris Roberts
Separate Ways (1981) with Karen Black, Monte Markham, David Naughton, Jack Carter, Sharon Farrell, William Windom, Robert Fuller, and Sybil Danning
Marciano (1979) with Belinda Montgomery, Vincent Gardenia, Dolph Sweet, and Michael Pataki
A Last Cry for Help (1979) with Linda Purl, Shirley Jones, Murray Hamilton, Grant Goodeve , and Delta Burke
Champions: A Love Story (1979) with Shirley Knight, Jimmy McNichol, Richard Jaeckel, and Eddie Deezen
Magee and the Lady (1978) with Sally Kellerman
Bloodbrothers (1978) with Paul Sorvino, Richard Gere, Marilu Henner, and Robert Englund
The Last Tenant (1978) with Lee Strasberg, Christine Lahti, and Danny Aiello
F.I.S.T. (1978) with Sylvester Stallone, Rod Steiger, Peter Boyle, Melinda Dillon, and Ken Kercheval
Merciless Man (1976) with Maud Adams, Adolfo Celi, and Howard Ross
God Told Me To (1976) with Deborah Raffin, Sandy Dennis, Sylvia Sidney, and Richard Lynch
Goldenrod (1976) with Donald Pleasence
A Shadow in the Streets (1975) with Sheree North and Dana Andrews
The Story of Jacob and Joseph (1974) with Colleen Dewhurst
The Seven-Ups (1973) with Roy Scheider, Ken Kercheval, Richard Lynch, and Bill Hickman
Mean Frank and Crazy Tony (1973) with Lee Van Cleef
Mr. Inside/Mr. Outside (1973) with Hal Linden
The French Connection (1971) with Gene Hackman, Fernando Rey, Roy Scheider, and Bill Hickman
The Honeymoon Killers (1970) with Shirley Stoler, Doris Roberts, Marilyn Chris, and Barbara Cason
A Fine Pair (1968) with Rock Hudson, Claudia Cardinale, Leon Askin, Ellen Corby, and Tomas Milian
The Sex Perils of Paulette (1965) with Alan Feinstein and Darlene Bennett; directed by Doris Wishman
Palace Guard, 1991 CBS TV series. Lo Bianco portrayed Arturo Taft
Jessie, 1984 ABC TV series. Lo Bianco portrayed Lieutenant Alex Ascoli
Love of Life, 1951-1980 CBS daytime drama. Lo Bianco portrayed Dr. Joe Corelli from 1971-1973
TELEVISION GUEST APPEARANCES
Law & Order: Criminal Intent, episode World's Fair, originally aired January 2, 2007
Law & Order, episode True Crime, originally aired October 16, 2002
Walker, Texas Ranger, episode Saturday Night, originally aired February 10, 2001
Law & Order, episode Menace, originally aired February 5, 1997
Homicide: Life on the Street, episode End Game, originally aired February 10, 1995
Homicide: Life on the Street, episode Dead End, originally aired February 3, 1995
Homicide: Life on the Street, episode The City That Bleeds, originally aired January 27, 1995
Murder, She Wrote, episode Proof in the Pudding, originally aired January 9, 1994
Law & Order, episode Cradle to Grave, originally aired March 31, 1992
Murder, She Wrote, episode The Skinny According to Nick Cullhane, originally aired May 12, 1991
CBS Schoolbreak Special, episode Malcolm Takes a Shot, originally aired April 24, 1990
ABC Afterschool Specials, episode Over the Limit, originally aired February 22, 1990
True Blue, episode Pilot: Part 1, originally aired December 3, 1989
CBS Summer Playhouse, episode Off Duty, originally aired August 16, 1988
Night Heat, episode Flashback, originally aired August 25, 1987
American Masters, episode Eugene O'Neill: A Glory of Ghosts, originally aired September 8, 1986
The Twilight Zone, episode If She Dies/Ye Gods, originally aired October 25, 1985
Lady Blue, episode Pilot, originally aired April 15, 1985
The Paper Chase, episode The Advocates, originally aired August 7, 1984
Today's F.B.I., episode The Bureau, originally aired October 25, 1981
Jesus of Nazareth, episode Part 2, originally aired April 10, 1977
Origins of the Mafia, episode Omertà, originally aired September 1, 1976
Police Story, episode Eamon Kinsella Royce, originally aired February 20, 1976
Police Story, episode Firebird, originally aired February 6, 1976
The Streets of San Francisco, episode Solitaire, originally aired March 13, 1975
Police Story, episode Sniper, originally aired February 11, 1975
Police Story, episode Explosion, originally aired December 3, 1974
Police Story, episode Glamour Boy, originally aired October 29, 1974
Police Story, episode The Hunters, originally aired February 26, 1974
Police Story, episode Requiem for an Informer, originally aired October 9, 1973
Madigan, episode The Manhattan Beat, originally aired September 20, 1972
Great Performances, episode A Memory of Two Mondays, originally aired January 28, 1971
N.Y.P.D., episode Stones, originally aired February 27, 1968
N.Y.P.D., episode Cry Brute, originally aired February 6, 1968
Hawk, episode H Is a Dirty Letter, originally aired December 1, 1966
Get Smart, episode Smart the Assassin, originally aired February 19, 1966
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