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Philip Bosco Biography

  • Profession: Actor
  • Born: Sep 26, 1930
  • Died: Jan 1, 0001

Catholic University was the alma mater of American actor Philip Bosco -- or would have been if he hadn't been expelled. Bosco would not collect a college degree until age 27, after a long stint as an Army cryptographer. Most comfortable in classical stage roles, Bosco has found it expedient to don modern garb for most of his movie work. After a one-shot screen appearance in 1968's [[Feature~V100540~A Lovely Way to Die~alovelywaytodie]], Bosco didn't step before the movie cameras again until 1983, making up for the lost years with supporting appearances in such films as [[Feature~V50678~Trading Places~tradingplaces]] (1983), [[Feature~V38673~The Pope of Greenwich Village~thepopeofgreenwichvillage]] (1984), [[Feature~V49677~Three Men and a Baby~threemenandababy]] (1987), [[Feature~V55284~Working Girl~workinggirl]] (1988) and [[Feature~V44023~Shadows and Fog~shadowsandfog]] (1992). Philip Bosco won a Tony Award for his performance in the popular door-slamming farce Lend Me a Tenor. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

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