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Charles Cioffi

Charles Cioffi
Born (1935-10-31) 31 October 1935
New York City

Charles Cioffi (born October 31, 1935), also credited as Charles M. Cioffi, is an American movie and television actor.

He was born in New York City and attended Michigan State University, where he became a member of the Sigma Chi Fraternity.

His film roles include Lt. Vic Androzzi in Shaft (1971), Peter Cable in Klute (1971), and Pop in All the Right Moves (1983). He has appeared on Kojak, Frasier, Wings, The X Files, NYPD Blue, Hawaii Five-O, and various other shows, including The A-Team (1983) as Gianni Christian, and Days of Our Lives, in which he played the short-lived but memorable role of villain Ernesto Toscano. He has also appeared in several productions both on and off Broadway. He has also made an appearance on Law & Order as mob boss Frank Masucci. He has also voiced Chairman Prescott in the Xbox 360 videogames Gears of War 2.

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