Dennis Paladino

Biography: Dennis always had the ambition to perform. During his school years, his major role was clowning around, catching "hell" from the Nuns at St. Theresa's. A a natural performer, he began studying at HB Studios/NYC in 1982. In 1984 he moved to LA to pursue a career.
He is most noted for his work as the "Lovestruck" mob guy, Donnie Dogs, on Silk Stalkings! Sorry Mr. Gandolfini, Dennis Paladino had your character down way before your show, Donnie Dogs takes the cake!
While in LA and back in NY he spent many hours volunteering. In LA he helped to build homes with CBA, an organization supporting children affected by Aids. In a 1994 Poker Tournament he was the Grand Prize winner of a large donation to support CBA. He volunteered for and worked at Ground Zero in 2001 and 2002. He is an active, and involved fundraiser with Semper Fi and volunteers his time and talent at the local YMCA as well. After 8 years in LA he returned to NYC and continues his work here. For awhile he
Dennis always had the ambition to perform. During his school years, his major role was clowning around, catching "hell" from the Nuns at St. Theresa's. A a natural performer, he began studying at HB Studios/NYC in 1982. In 1984 he moved to LA to pursue a career.
He is most noted for his work as the "Lovestruck" mob guy, Donnie Dogs, on Silk Stalkings! Sorry Mr. Gandolfini, Dennis Paladino had your character down way before your show, Donnie Dogs takes the cake!
While in LA and back in NY he spent many hours volunteering. In LA he helped to build homes with CBA, an organization supporting children affected by Aids. In a 1994 Poker Tournament he was the Grand Prize winner of a large donation to support CBA. He volunteered for and worked at Ground Zero in 2001 and 2002. He is an active, and involved fundraiser with Semper Fi and volunteers his time and talent at the local YMCA as well.
After 8 years in LA he returned to NYC and continues his work here. For awhile he became known as the "Tums man", has had the pleasure of working in many Law and Order episodes, performed Off Broadway, produced and starred as Barney in Neil Simon's "Last of the Red Hot Lovers" at the Sandee Shurin Theater in 2000.
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Dennis Paladino's Scores

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Average career score: 51
Highest Metascore: 51 Batman Forever
Lowest Metascore: 51 Batman Forever
Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 0 out of 1
  2. Negative: 0 out of 1
1 movie review
Title: Year: Credit: User score:
51 Batman Forever Jun 16, 1995 Crime Boss Moroni 6.7