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Tony Sperandeo Tony Sperandeo (born 8 May 1953) is an Italian actor of cinema and television. Sperandeo is notable for frequently playing the roles of characters from his native region, Sicily. As of 2011, he was working on "La Nuova Squadra", a police drama televised by Rai Tre, as the Superintendent Salvatore Sciacca.
Tony Sperandeo In 1983, his acting career began with a small part in the film "Kaos", directed by the Taviani brothers. In 1985, he landed a role in a cinematographic film "Pizza Connection", by Damiano Damiani. He also acted in four of the sequels of the popular television drama, ""La Piovra"", which is about the Mafia. He has appeared in many other Italian films, the most notable being "La scorta" by Ricky Tognazzi, as well as ""Ragazzi fuori"" and ""Mery per sempre"", the latter two set in his home town of Palermo. They are both directed by Marco Risi.
Tony Sperandeo Since 2004, he has appeared regularly on television in the role of Superintendent Salvatore Sciacca, first in the police drama "La Squadra" (2004–2007), and its sequel, "La Nuova Squadra" (2008–2009, 2011).
Andy Sperandeo Andy Sperandeo (1944/5 – October 2, 2015) was an editorial employee of "Model Railroader Magazine" since 1979. He was executive editor after being the magazine's editor previously. He also wrote a few books on model railroading such as "Easy Model Railroad Wiring", "The Model Railroader's Guide to Freight Yards" and a few other books. Sperandeo hosted a video once called "Model Railroads In Action: 5 Layouts From Great Model Railroads Magazine" which is a rare video to find. He was also an operator on Model Railroader's Club Layout the MR&T (Milwaukee, Racine, and Troy Railroad). He was on two episodes of "Tracks Ahead", one which was the MR&T and the other dedicating John Allen's Gorre & Daphetid. When he was in the U.S. Army back in the 1960s, he was a frequent operator on the Gorre & Daphetid. One of John Allen's locomotives, No. 34, a 4-10-0 that John kitbashed from parts, resided in his office. He was building a home layout based on the AT&SF (Atchison Topeka & Santa Fe) at Cajon Pass, California in HO scale, circa 1947. Sperandeo died on October 2, 2015 at the age of 70.
Tony Sperandeo In 2001, Rita Barbanera committed suicide by jumping off the balcony at their home in Palermo. She was thirty-two years old.
Victor Sperandeo Victor Sperandeo, known as “Trader Vic”, is a US trader, index developer, and financial commentator based in Grapevine, Texas, United States. He serves as the President and CEO of Alpha Financial Technologies, LLC (AFT), is a founding partner of EAM Partners L.P., and serves as the President and CEO of its general partner, EAM Corporation.
Victor Sperandeo Sperandeo traded in commodities, particularly in the energy and metals sectors. He is renowned for having 'predicted' the stock market crash of 1987 during an extensive interview in the September 21 issue of Barron's; on October 16, one trading session prior to Black Monday, Sperandeo shorted the Dow and made 300% during a day the DJIA fell by over 20%.
Tony Sperandeo In 2001, Sperandeo won the David di Donatello award for Best Supporting Actor in ""I cento passi"" ("One Hundred Steps"), directed by Marco Tullio Giordana, in which he played the role of Mafia boss Tano Badalamenti.
Tony Sperandeo He was married to actress Rita Barbanera (1968–2001), by whom he has two children, Tony and Priscilla. Sperandeo met her on the set of "Mery per sempre", the film in which he was working at the time. They performed together in one film, "La discesa di Aclà a Floristella" in 1992. Rita was primarily a stage actress.
Dangerbird Records On September 14, 2012, co-founder Peter Walker announced the promotion of Jenni Sperandeo to President and the departure of co-founder Jeff Castelaz. Sperandeo said in a statement, "After nearly 20 years in radio promotion, management and artist development, I am thrilled for the opportunity to step into this more comprehensive role at a rare, artist-driven enterprise." In October 2012, Castelaz was named President of Warner Music Group's Elektra Records.