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Tony Nardi stars in "King" on ReelzChannel as Paul Graci.

A multi-award winner for his work in film, television and theater, Tony Nardi is a Canadian actor, playwright, director and producer.

A four-time Genie Awards nominee, he has won twice for Best Actor for his roles in "La Sarrasine" (1992) and "My Father's Angel" (2001), for which he had also received a Best Actor award at the Sonoma Wine and Country Film Festival in 2000. He received the Guy L'Écuyer Award for his role in "La Déroute"
Tony Nardi
Tony Nardi
Tony Nardi - © Janne Mortil
in 1998. In 2010, the year marking the 30th annual Genie Awards, he made the Academy's 30th Anniversary Top 10 list in the Lead Actor category in Canadian cinema — a ranking based on the number of wins and nominations over the 30-year period. He collaborated on the screenplays for "La Sarrasine" and "La Déroute."

In television, Nardi received a Gemini Award nomination in 2006 for his role in "Il Duce Canadese" and a Best Actor Award at the Geneva International Film Festival, Tous Écrans/All Screens, in 1999, for his role in "Foolish Heart."

Nardi has performed in more than sixty plays, ranging from classics to more experimental and collective-driven works. He received a Montreal Gazette Critic's Award in 1979 for his role in "Nineteen Eighty-Four," a Dora Mavor Moore Award for Artistic Excellence — Collective — in 1985 for "La Storia Calvino," a Dora Award nomination in 2001 for his role in "A Flea in Her Ear," and a Dora Award in 2002 for Outstanding Performance for his role in "The Lesson." In 2007 he received a Best Actor Thespis Award for "Two Letters."

Nardi is also an accomplished playwright. His first play, "La Storia dell'Emigrante" — written in Calabrian — in collaboration with Vincent Ierfino, played in Montreal in 1979 and 1980, and in Toronto in 1982, and won the 1st James Buller Award for Best Original Canadian play at the Ontario Multicultural Theatre Festival at Harbourfront. "A Modo Suo (A Fable)" written and presented entirely in Calabrian, received a Dora Award nomination for Outstanding New Play in 1990. An English translation in collaboration with poet/author Antonino Mazza was published in its entirety in the fall 2000 issue of the Canadian Theatre Review. In 2007 "Two Letters" was nominated for a Dora Award for Outstanding New Play. In 2008 he was nominated for a Siminovitch Prize in Theatre (long list) for playwriting.

In 1992 Nardi received the 125th Anniversary of the Confederation of Canada Medal, awarded to Canadians for significant contribution to their fellow citizens, community, or Canada.

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