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Armand Assante has signed with APA for representation in all areas.
The four-time Golden Globe nominee and Emmy Award-winning actor may be best known for his work in movies such as Hoffa, with Jack Nicholson, The Mambo Kings with Antono Banderas and Judge Dredd opposite Sylvester Stallone. He won an Emmy for his work in the 1996 mini-series Gotti.
The actor, who has been appearing in multiple features and shows a year since the early 2000s, recently produced and starred in the upcoming indie film The Whole World At Our Feet, and wrote and directed the short film Dialogue From The Steppes. The latter won best short documentary at this year’s Gasparilla International Film Festival, the same festival which three years ago presented him with a career achievement award.
Among his more recent credits are the 2006 festival darling California Dreaming, Ridley Scott’s American Gangster, and ensemble crime drama Minkow.
Assante continues managed by Konrad Leh at Creative Talent Group.
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