Episode #12 “Stelio Savante”

This week we are joined by a dear friend of mine and an incredibly talented award winning actor and producer with a very long list of credits in film, tv and theater, Stelio Savante!

Stelio Savante

Stelio Savante

You will recognize him from “Ugly Betty”, “My own worst enemy” and most recently as Joe ‘the boss’ Masseria in AMC’s miniseries “The Making Of The Mob: New York”.

Stelio Savante as Joe 'The Boss' Masseria on AMC's THE MAKING OF THE MOB

Stelio Savante as Joe ‘The Boss’ Masseria on AMC’s THE MAKING OF THE MOB

Stelio is an American Movie award winner, SOFIE award winner and SAG Nominee.

"Eisenstein in Guanajuato" by Peter Greenaway

“Eisenstein in Guanajuato” by Peter Greenaway

We discuss his incredible career working with talents like Ron Howard, J.J. Abrams, the Duplass brothers, Samuel L Jackson, Katie Holmes, Susan Sarandon, Tony Shalhoub, David Morse, Kathleen Turner…the list goes on and on.

Stelio Savante in "Where The Road Runs Out"

Stelio Savante in “Where The Road Runs Out”

Stelio also opens up about his battle against depression and dealing with Celiac and Hashimoto Diseases.

You can follow Stelio on IMDB, FB, Twitter and Instagram


For this week’s “Popcorn Movie Talk” I give you my review of “Sing Street”.

Sing Street

Sing Street

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4 comments to “Episode #12 “Stelio Savante””

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  1. Leslie Kay English - May 27, 2016 at 6:21 am Reply

    Love Me Some Stelio!!! I couldn’t agree more about Stelio’s heart. He is a beautiful soul. I’ve met Stelio when he was 19 at college playing tennis. All the girls at Livingston College in Alabama knew who Stelio was. I mean look at him – very easy on the eyes and his accent – well you could listen to him talk for days. But I think what impressed me the most about him was his heart. He was always so kind to everyone. I still adore him to this day. ( I just wish he would do a few more things not so scary, I can’t watch the scary stuff) Loved the podcast. Love Stelio!

    Thank you

  2. Maria Riboli - May 27, 2016 at 12:43 pm Reply

    Glad you enjoyed it! Thanks for your kind message!

  3. Steve Williams - June 3, 2016 at 9:40 pm Reply

    Great interview, the story of his suffering was very touching! This is the first podcast I have listened to, as I just got a new phone, my old phone OS would not support the podcast apps. I will be listening while I am at work, just love the accent, Maria’s isn’t bad either.

    • Maria Riboli - June 4, 2016 at 12:50 am Reply

      Well thank you very much Steve! Yes Stelio’s story was very touching. He’s a wonderful human being!
      And GRAZIE for the compliments :p hehehe

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