As an actor, Tonino has performed in numerous Hollywood film productions, such as Youth in Revolt, Demoted, and Eddie's Casket Shop, which was featured in the 2011 Detroit Windsor International Film Festival.
Tonino has been involved with many commercial productions with J. Lauri Filmworks. Tonino's film production company, Foxcord Films Entertainment, has currently produced "Holy Car!" This strange and intriguing comedy with a musical twist was filmed and produced entirely in Michigan with all Michigan talent and crew. It was recently featured in the Uptown Film Festival and it also won the Mitten Movie Project award for best Michigan-made film.
Tonino has received special tributes from the State of Michigan's capitol for his admirable work with the Aliaga Foundation, a non-profit organization that assists the underpriviliged children of South America. As a founding board member of the foundation, he has been instrumental in the successful signing of agreements to foster exchange student and professor programs with Michigan universities and creating new business opportunities between the United States and the Republic of Peru. All of his Michigan-based organizations support the economic welfare of Michigan and positively represent our great state on an international scale.
Tonino has played Baylen the detective in Epicenter Theatre Group's inaugural production of Glengarry Glen Ross, as well as the ominous Russian interrogator in The Man Who Lost His Sundays and the zany madcap inventor Schmendiman in Picasso at the Lapin Agile.
"It has been a wonderful experience and an honor to work with my talented brother and Epicenter's highly skilled group of individuals. I am looking forward to a very exciting future with this great production and the many to follow."
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