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Penny Bittone

Actor, AEA/SAG Eligible (must-join)

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Manhattan, NY, United States

Union Membership:

Equity

Physical Attributes:

Age Range:

38-52

Ethnicities:

Caucasian, Hispanic, Middle Eastern, Ethnically Ambiguous / Mixed Race

Attributes:

  • Male (gender),
  • 6' 3" (height),
  • 210 lbs (weight),
  • Athletic / Toned (build),
  • Bald Hair (hair),
  • Green Eyes (eyes)

Representation:

Agent

  • 330 W 38th St. #607
  • New York, NY 10018

Skills:

Accents/Dialects Athletic Drivers License
Fight Training Firearms Training Foreign Language
Improv Training   

Career Highlights/Additional Info:

  • Penny is a Stella Adler (Hollywood) trained actor, experienced in stage and independent films. A multilingual performer, also trained in Stage Combat & Improve, living in New York City for the past 11 years, where he has enjoyed acting in many acclaimed plays, most notably, "The Bad and The Better" directed by Daniel Aukin, and "The Qualifications of Douglas Evans" directed by James Kautz, both written by Derek Ahonen, part of rep with the Amoralists Theatre Co. at Soho Rep and Playwrights Horizons, respectively.
    In most notable film roles, Penny played drug smuggler 'Ivan' in Sundance Film Festival jury prize nominated "Holy Rollers", and the role of enigmatic hitman 'Viggo', in the NYC noir thriller "Regretting Fish".