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Tony Cavalero stars in Nickelodeon's musical-comedy series "School of Rock" as Dewey Finn.

On television, comedian Tony Cavalero had a recurring role in The CW's "Hart of Dixie" and has guest starred in ABC's "Modern Family," CBS's "2 Broke Girls," Disney Channel's "Crash & Bernstein," FOX's "Ben and Kate," Disney XD's "Kickin' It" and Comedy Central's "Adam Devine's House Party." He stars as a series regular in the Glamour web series "The Single Life" and in the WB/Maker Studios web series "Robin Banks and the Bank Roberts," as well as "Aim High."

Cavalero, like many of the successful comedians who came before him, is currently a main company member at the legendary Los Angeles improv company, The Groundlings. He is also a founding member of the long-form improvisational group Robert Downey Jr. Jr., whose monthly SaturdaySaturday shows are an LA Time's Top Pick. In addition, he has performed in the Montreal Just for Laughs comedy festival. 

Cavalero is a graduate of the Virginia Military Institute. Some of his credits include Warner Brothers' AIM HIGH 2 and Robin Banks The Bank Roberts.

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