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TONY SHALHOUB (Luigi) lays down some entertaining tracks as the friendly and excitable proprietor of Radiator Springs' Casa Della Tires, where Ferraris always get preferential treatment.

A triple threat as an actor/director/producer, Shalhoub is best known as the obsessive compulsive detective hero of "Monk,” now in its fourth season on USA Network. In fact the Emmy®, Golden Globe®, and SAG® award winner has a long and varied career establishing him as one of the most versatile character actors working today.

Shalhoub's television credits include the telefilm remakes of "Gypsy” and "That Championship Season,” directed by Paul Sorvino. He was a series regular on the sitcoms "Stark Raving Mad” and the long-running hit series "Wings.”

His numerous feature film roles include "Galaxy Quest,” "The Siege,” "A Civil Action,” "Searching for Bobby Fischer,” "The Imposters,” "Primary Colors,” "Gattaca,” "Big Night,” "Honeymoon in Vegas,” "Quick Change,” "Longtime Companion,” "Thir13en Ghosts” and "Life or Something Like It.” For director Robert Rodriguez, he has appeared in "Spy Kids,” "Spy Kids 2: Island of Lost Dreams” and "Spy Kids 3-D: Game Over.” For the Coen Brothers he has played beleaguered film producer Ben Geisler ("GYE-zler!”) in "Barton Fink” and attorney Freddy Riedenschneider in "The Man Who Wasn't There.” He also portrayed smalltime alien crook Jack Jeebs in "Men in Black” and "Men in Black II” for director Barry Sonnenfeld.

Most recently on the big screen, Shalhoub appeared in the Hollywood satire "The Last Shot” with Matthew Broderick and Alec Baldwin, as well as "Against the Ropes” and "The Great New Wonderful.” He made his debut as a director in 2002 with the indie feature "Made- Up,” in which he co-starred with his wife, Brooke Adams, and Gary Sinise.

An accomplished stage actor, Shalhoub's New York theater work includes "Waiting for Godot,” "Conversations With My Father,” "The Heidi Chronicles,” "The Odd Couple,” and the New York Shakespeare Festival productions of "Henry IV Part I” and "Richard III.”

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