In a career spanning almost five decades, Joe Pantoliano has amassed an impressive catalog of classic American film and television titles, collaborating with some of Hollywood’s most prestigious filmmakers including Christopher Nolan (Memento), Steven Spielberg (Goonies, Empire of the Sun), Andrew Davis (The Fugitive, Steal big Steal Little), Michael Bay (Bad Boys), and Martin Brest (Midnight Run), among others.
In addition to working on critically acclaimed feature films, Pantoliano's television appearances have included the likes of the hit TV series “The Sopranos,” for which he received a Primetime Emmy Award® for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series.
Pantoliano has also lent his talents to writing two memoirs. The first, Who's Sorry Now: The True Story of a Stand-Up Guy, was released in 2003 to critical acclaim and became a New York Times bestseller. He later wrote the sequel, Asylum: Hollywood Tales from My Great Depression: Brain Dis-Ease, Recovery, and Being My Mother's Son.
Pantoliano was most recently be seen in Bad Boys for Life alongside Will Smith and Martin Lawrence and Sean Cisterna's From the Vine.