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Connecticut-born ADAM LAVORGNA (Eddie) began his acting career at the age of 2 1/2, when he first appeared on the venerable daytime drama, "As the World Turns." He has since gone on to win the 1993 Youth in Film Award for Best Young Actor for his role as Nicholas Scamperelli in the CBS dramatic series "Brooklyn Bridge." His other television credits include the miniseries "Degree of Guilt" for NBC, "Blood Brothers: The Joey DiPaolo Story" where he played the title character on HBO, and "Sinatra" for CBS, where he portrayed a young version of the late, legendary performer. LaVorgna has made numerous guest appearances on such series as "Empty Nest," "Civil Wars," "Law & Order," "Matlock" and in numerous television pilots.

The 17-year-old actor's film credits include "Beautician and the Beast," in which he co-starred opposite Timothy Dalton and Fran Drescher, "29th Street" "Monkey Trouble," "Milk Money," and the soon to be released independent films "Outside Providence," "The Bumblebee Flies Away," and "Physical Graffiti."

The actor is also an accomplished varsity ice hockey, soccer and tennis player.


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