George DiCenzo

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George DiCenzo (born April 21, 1940) is a character actor and once associate producer for Dark Shadows.

He has been a voice actor for several Filmation series including the title character of Blackstar and Hordak, the principal villain of She-Ra: Princess of Power. He also appeared in Close Encounters of the Third Kind. He was critically acclaimed when he played Vincent Bugliosi in the TV teleplay Helter Skelter in 1974 written by J.P Miller. He starred on Equal Justice as a DA. Arnold Bach co-starring with Debrah Farentino, Joe Morton, Sarah Jessica Parker and Cotter Smith. George who was praised by Burt Reynolds on The Actors Studio as the finest acting teacher that he knows teaching today. George was Lou Albano on Hulk Hogan's Rockin'Wrestling. George is way under used, and typed cast like Robert Loggia and Dennis Farina and James Farentino who look tough because of their Italian heritage but if you saw him on Joe's Life against another Italian actor known for playing tough guys Pete Onorati, they both proved that type casting is dangerous. George DiCenzo is a versatile actor who stole scenes in Longshots, starring Tim Conway and Harvey Korman Jack Weston and Ted Wass which is a feat considering the legendary comedic reps of Conway and Korman. George DiCenzo's credits are prolific he has potential to do more and surprise many directors like Spielberg and Scorcese,and Eastwood.

In 2002 DiCenzo lent his voice to Rockstar Games Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, and voiced Earnest Kelly.

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