George Loros

Biography: Whether portraying Raymond Curto in THE SOPRANOS or "Anthony Boy" Gagglio in THE ROCKFORD FILES, George Loros has thrived for the last four decades in television, motion pictures and on the Broadway stage as both actor and director, as one of the most versatile and totally believable actors of our time. His acting knows no boundaries, as he plays every ethnicity on earth, with every temperament imaginable. And he takes great pride in his teaching at the Lee Strasberg Theatre Institute, influencing many actors and directors, such as Annabella Sciorra. Between his 130+ stage roles, George studied at The Neighborhood Playhouse with Sanford Meisner (1964-66), Lee Strasberg at The Actor's Studio (1966-1980), Harold Clurman (1975) and Michael V. Gazzo (1976-79). He has been extremely successful as a recurring guest star on such television shows as THE ROCKFORD FILES (6), BARETTA (6), KOJAK (5), QUINCY (4), THE INCREDIBLE HULK (3), SPENCER FOR HIRE (2), CHARLIE'S ANGELS (3), CAGNEY AND LACEY (3), THE FALL GUY (2), STARSKY AND HUTCH (3) and 60 others. As an actor on Broadway and in regional theaters, his favorite roles are Hamlet, Macbeth, Tom in THE GLASS MENAGERIE and Dangerfield in THE GINGER MAN. In films, he has worked with Robert DeNiro in THE GANG THAT COULDN'T SHOOT STRAIGHT , Al Pacino in SERPICO and Rod Steiger in W.C AND ME. He has directed such plays as THE PETRIFIED FOREST (2001), THREE SISTERS (1999), THE FRONT PAGE (1992), TWELVE ANGRY MEN (1990), WAITING FOR GODOT (1985), SOMEONE TO WATCH OVER ME (1980) and many others, on and off Broadway, to critical acclaim. George has conducted workshops and lectured at the Chatauqua Institute, Harvard, Yale, USC, and universities throughout the U.S. and Canada, as well as Amsterdam, Barcelona, Madrid, Milan and Zurich. An intrinsically private man, he has dedicated his life to acting, and sharing it with others.George's intensity and honesty of intention is best expressed in his NEW YORK TIMES interview with Kimbely J. McLarin: "The only way that the student-teacher relationship works in its maximun is if the will of the student to learn equals the will of the teacher to teach. And I have a very strong will to teach." Expand

George Loros' Scores

  • TV
Average career score: 94
Highest Metascore: 97 The Sopranos: Season 2
Lowest Metascore: 88 The Sopranos: Season 1
Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 4 out of 4
  2. Mixed: 0 out of 4
  3. Negative: 0 out of 4
4 tv reviews
Title: Year: Credit: User score:
96 The Sopranos: Season 6 Mar 12, 2006 Raymond Curto 8.7
tbd The Sopranos: Season 4 Sep 15, 2002 Raymond Curto 9.3
97 The Sopranos: Season 3 Mar 4, 2001 Raymond Curto 9.4
97 The Sopranos: Season 2 Jan 16, 2000 Raymond Curto 9.4
88 The Sopranos: Season 1 Jan 10, 1999 Raymond Curto 9.5