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Tony Ganios

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Biography

Brooklyn, New York, USA
Brooklyn born Tony Ganios was literally forced into the film business at the tender age of 18 when his even larger and more powerful uncle Pete made him cut short a powerlifting workout at the Sheridan Square Gym in Manhattan to audition for director Philip Kaufman. As a result, Tony made his film debut as the teen paladin "Perry" in Kaufman's cult classic The Wanderers (1979). His initial performance was well liked by audiences and soon he was dancing with Sally Field in Back Roads (1981) in a role he landed by hurling the film's script into the chest of its director. Read more...

Actor

Character: Max Bernbaum

Continental Divide 1981

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Character: Bartini

Back Roads 1981

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Character: Meat Tuperello

Porky's Revenge 1985

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Character: Meat

Porky's 1982

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