Danny Aiello: From the Streets to the Screen

October 10, 2016 at 6:26 pm

You may know Danny Aiello from his roles in iconic films, from Moonstruck to his Academy Award-nominated performance as pizzeria owner Sal Frangione in Spike Lee’s 1989 Do the Right Thing. But ‘actor’ is not the only role he’s played in the course of his life. Recently he’s revealed more of himself in his autobiography I Only Know Who I Am When I Am Somebody Else: My Life on the Street, On the Stage, and in the Movies. Tonight, he joins us to discuss his life and career in film, improv, and music.

Go in-depth with Danny Aiello with this extended interview!

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