'JESSICA JONES' STAR WINS BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR AWARD

'JESSICA JONES' STAR WINS BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR AWARD

Watch Anthony Robert Grasso’s live video interview below:

ACTOR DIRECTOR WRITER TEACHER WINS AWARD AT LIIFE

Anthony Grasso is a seasoned actor, director, and a master teacher who has more than thirty years of experience in the film industry. At the Long Island International Film Expo (LIIFE), he won the Best Supporting Actor award for his role in the short film, Wink. He has also won awards from Sundance, Hoboken International Film Festival, and the Atlanta Great Southern Short Festival.

Anthony Grasso and John A Gallagher at the red carpet award ceremony at the Long Island International Film Expo at Bellmore Movies and Showplace on July 18, 2019 |  Courtesy of NIE

Anthony Grasso and John A Gallagher at the red carpet award ceremony at the Long Island International Film Expo at Bellmore Movies and Showplace on July 18, 2019 | Courtesy of NIE

On Television, he has had a vibrant career, starring or having a recurring role in many well-known shows; some of them are Marvel’s Jessica Jones, Gotham, Blue Bloods, Law & Order, and Sex & The City. He has many upcoming releases as well, including The Long Commute, which he co-wrote and co-produced.

Anthony is also a well-respected portrait photographer, and he continues to teach acting and photography in New York City.

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Anthony Robert Grasso, daughter and wife at the red carpet award ceremony of Long Island International Film Expo inside the Bellmore Movies and Showplace on July 18, 2019 |  Courtesy of NIE

Anthony Robert Grasso, daughter and wife at the red carpet award ceremony of Long Island International Film Expo inside the Bellmore Movies and Showplace on July 18, 2019 | Courtesy of NIE

FIRST-TIME DIRECTOR DEBUTS FILM ON CEREBRAL PALSY

FIRST-TIME DIRECTOR DEBUTS FILM ON CEREBRAL PALSY

FAMILY DRAMA WINS BEST FEATURE FILM IN NEW YORK FESTIVAL

FAMILY DRAMA WINS BEST FEATURE FILM IN NEW YORK FESTIVAL