- 6 June 1963
- Syracuse, New York, USA
Anthony attended Marquette University on the Liberace Foundation Scholarship for Performance, where he studied Theatre and Spanish Literature. While at Marquette he worked with the Pabst Theatre and the Wisconsin Shakespeare Company, appearing in a range of plays spanning classic, modern and musical. After graduating cum laude from Marquette with a B.A. in Theatre Arts and a B.A. in Spanish, Anthony took up acting full time. He quickly won a screen role for in the CBS Movie of the Week, "First Steps", playing quadriplegic teenager Dean Conroy. His first feature film was "Nothing in Common" with Jackie Gleason and Tom Hanks, playing the part of Cameron. Other film roles were quick to follow. He continues to play lead and guest characters in many of America's favorite drama and comedy shows, as well as appearing on the stage and in film. Anthony has proven himself to be a versatile and varied actor, with a full body of works behind him to show for it. He lives in Los Angeles, California.
|Movie Name||Release Date|
|Τζέιμς Μποντ, πράκτωρ 007: Προσωπική εκδίκηση – Licence to Kill (1989)||July 14, 1989|