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Madio, James 1975–

Madio, James 1975–


Born November 22, 1975, in The Bronx, NY.

Addresses: Agent—Domain, 9229 Sunset Blvd., Suite 415, Los Angeles, CA 90069. Manager—Gekis Management, 4217 Verdugo View Dr., Los Angeles, CA 90065.

Career: Actor. Appeared in television commercials, including Nike, 1997, and Burger King, 1998.

Awards, Honors: Young Artist Award (with others), outstanding young ensemble cast in a motion picture, 1993, for Hook.


Film Appearances:

Don't Ask, Lost Boy, Hook, TriStar, 1991.

Billy Cardillo, The Godson (short film), AtomShockWave, 1992.

Young Mac, Mac, Samuel Goldwyn, 1992.

Joey Laplante, Bernie's son, Hero (also known as Accidental Hero), Columbia, 1992.

Every Good Boy (short film), 1994.

Pedro, The Basketball Diaries, New Line Cinema, 1995.

Eddie Fontaine, The Gifted, 1999.

If Tomorrow Comes, RGH/Lions Share Pictures, 2000.

Voices of second Great White and Hammerhead, Shark Tale (animated), DreamWorks, 2004.

Guest star, Diva Dog: Pit Bull on Wheels (documentary short film), 2005.

Young Mike, Searching for Bobby D, 2005.

Sam, Single White Female 2: The Psycho, Columbia TriStar, 2005.

Jimmy Boy, West of Brooklyn, 2006.

Lenny, The Grasslands, 2006.

Television Appearances; Series:

Bobby "Lazz" Lazzarini, USA High, syndicated, 1997–98.

Mike Powell, Queens Supreme, CBS, 2003.

Television Appearances; Miniseries:

Sergeant Frank Perconte, Band of Brothers, HBO, 2001.

Television Appearances; Specials:

(Uncredited) Himself, The Making of "Band of Brothers" (documentary), HBO, 2001.

Television Appearances; Episodic:

Jimmy Pellegrino, "It's a Wonderful Laugh," Doogie Howser, M.D., ABC, 1991.

Silvio, "House Guests," Blossom, NBC, 1992.

Rip Russo, "Judgment Day," The Commish, ABC, 1992.

Anthony, "Blood Brothers: The Joey DePaolo Story," Lifestories: Families in Crisis, HBO, 1992.

Andy Costello, "Born Bad," Law & Order, NBC, 1993.

The Test, F/X, 2001.

Private Officer Jack Horton, "Capital Crime," JAG, CBS, 2002.

Max, "End Game," Arli$$, HBO, 2002.

Billy Sullivan, "London Calling," Related, The WB, 2006.


Video Games:

Voice of Private Smith, Call of Duty 2: Big Red One, Activision, 2005.

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