|Name Louis Mustillo|
|Spouse Tricia Brown (m. 2005)|
|Born May 28, 1958 (age 57) (1958-05-28) Buffalo, New York|
Nominations Outer Critics Circle Award for John Gassner Playwriting Award
Movies and TV shows Mike & Molly, Hellraiser IV: Bloodline, Dudley Do‑Right, High Incident, The Narrows
Similar People Rondi Reed, Cleo King, Nyambi Nyambi, Reno Wilson, Swoosie Kurtz
LOUIS MUSTILLO Likes observing people who don't know their funny bartending
Louis Mustillo (born May 28, 1958) is an American actor.
- LOUIS MUSTILLO Likes observing people who dont know their funny bartending
- LOUIS MUSTILLO went to American Academy of Dramatic Arts and influence of Janice Powell
- Life and career
LOUIS MUSTILLO went to American Academy of Dramatic Arts and influence of Janice Powell
Life and career
Mustillo was born in Buffalo, New York. He attended American Academy of Dramatic Arts, where he was a contemporary of the Canadian actor, Elias Koteas, and Illeana Douglas. According to the American Academy's 1983 graduation program, Mustillo and Douglas graduated from the Academy's two year program in a ceremony held at NYC's Royale Theatre on April 26th, 1983. They were not asked back to school's third year, known as The Production Company year.
He has guest starred in more than 50 episodes of television, an early appearance was as a controversial comic on Night Court and has appeared in over 20 films. He was a series regular on Man of the People with James Garner. He also played Russell Topps for two seasons on DreamWorks first hour-long drama, High Incident. He had a recurring role on The Sopranos as a mafia-associated landscaping business owner, Salvatore "Sal" Vitro. He appeared in The Narrows, and he played sports writer Maury Allen on the ESPN mini-series The Bronx is Burning. Louis also wrote and starred in "Bartenders", a one man show that ran for a year at the John Houseman Theatre in New York City.
He also appeared in the CBS sitcom Mike & Molly in the role of Vince, a love interest and later husband of Molly's mother.