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Louiso, Todd 1970–

Louiso, Todd 1970–


Born 1970, in Cincinnati, OH; son of Jack (a dancer, choreographer, artistic director, and educational administrator) and Suzanne (a singer and advertising producer; maiden name, Kitei) Louiso. Education: New York University, B.F.A., 1992.

Addresses: AgentWilliam Morris Agency, 1 William Morris Pl., Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Manager—Rob Marsala, Marsala Management, 8324 Fountain Ave., Suite B, Los Angeles, CA 90069.

Career: Actor, voice performer, producer, director, and writer. NBC-TV, intern for the series Saturday Night Live (also known as NBC's Saturday Night, Saturday Night Live '80, SNL, and SNL 25); also worked as camera operator.

Awards, Honors: New York Comedy Festival Award, best short film, 1997, for The Fifteen Minute Hamlet; nomination for Grand Jury Prize, dramatic category, Sundance Film Festival, 2002, for Love Liza.


Film Appearances:

First preppy boy, Stella, Buena Vista, 1990.

Bellboy, Billy Bathgate, Buena Vista, 1991.

Trent Potter, Scent of a Woman, Universal, 1992.

F.A.O. White, Apollo 13 (also released as Apollo 13: The IMAX Experience), Universal Pictures, 1995.

Ophelia, The Fifteen Minute Hamlet (short film), 1995.

Chad the nanny, Jerry Maguire, TriStar, 1996.

Marvin Isherwood, The Rock, Buena Vista, 1996.

Steve, 8 Heads in a Duffel Bag, Orion, 1997.

Bob Harper, A Cool, Dry Place, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1998.

Dick, High Fidelity, Buena Vista, 2000.

Voice, The Day I Saved America, 2000.

Jason, The Cutting Room (short film), 2001.

Ron Goode, Thank You for Smoking, Fox Searchlight, 2006.

Price, Snakes on a Plane, New Line Cinema, 2006.

Eli, The Better Man, Weinstein Co., 2006.

Film Director:

(And producer) The Fifteen Minute Hamlet (short film), 1995.

Love Liza, Sony Pictures Classics, 2002.

Television Appearances; Series:

Brian Doolan, Phenom, ABC, 1993.

Television Appearances; Movies:

Seasonal Differences, 1987.

Bradley, Letter to My Killer, USA Network, 1995.

Television Appearances; Specials:

Brian, That Funny Fat Kid, syndicated, 1986.

Jake, Narc, syndicated, 1988.

Television Appearances; Episodic:

Levine, "Out of Control," Law & Order (also known as Law & Order Prime), NBC, 1991.

Voice of Johnny Wrath, "A Song for Margo," The Critic (animated), Fox, 1994.

Voice of hacker, "Iron Man, on the Inside," Iron Man (animated; also known as The Marvel Action Hour: Iron Man), 1995.

Voice, AAAHH! Real Monsters (animated), Nickelodeon, 1995.

Little H., "The Next Day," Fired Up, NBC, 1997.

Andy Sparks, "Viagra-Vated Assault," Chicago Hope, CBS, 1998.

Andy Sparks, "McNeil and Pray," Chicago Hope, CBS, 1998.

Andy Sparks, "Playing Through," Chicago Hope, CBS, 1999.

Andy Sparks, "A Goy and His Dog," Chicago Hope, CBS, 1999.

Mr. Smith, "Requiem for a Third Grade Ashtray," Joan of Arcadia, CBS, 2004.

Jonathan, "Detour," Frasier, NBC, 2004.

Dave Pappas, "Without a Tracer," Century City, CBS, 2004.

Ned Atkins, "Doppelganger: Part 2," Without a Trace, CBS, 2004.

Appeared in an episode of Everwood, The WB.


Film Scripts:

(With Michael Goldberg and Ethan Tucker) The Fifteen Minute Hamlet (short film; based on play by Tom Stoppard), 1995.



Back Stage West, April 6, 2000, p. 10.

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