|Carmen Argenziano ~ Biography|
Carmen was born in Pennsylvania. After graduation from high school, he decided to become an actor and moved to New York City. He trained for the stage at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York. He has studied with Stanford Meisner, Lee Grant, Milton Katselas, and Lee Strasberg. Carmen is a lifetime member of the Actors Studio and was awarded the Los Angeles Drama Critics’ Circle Award for his performance as Jack Delasante in Thomas Babe’s A Prayer for my Daughter. Argenziano’s Los Angeles theater credits include A View from the Bridge (Strasberg Institute); Palladium is Moving (Court Theatre); El Salvador (Tiffany); and the West Coast premiere of Julian Barry’s Last Lucid Moment directed by Jon Voigt. Recently he appeared in the Geffen Theater's Take Me Out in the dual role of "Skipper" and "William Danziger". :
He has appeared in more than 50 films, including The Accused; Stand and Deliver; Don Juan DeMarco; Gone in 60 Seconds; and Identity. Recent movies have included Angels with Angles. He has appeared in more than 100 television movies and episodic dramas. Carmen had a long term recurring role on Stargate SGI as Major General Jacob Carter /Selmak before they killed him off to promote Jake/Sam ship.
Awards (thanks to Julie)
# Received L.A. WEEKLY Award for Best Actor in "A Prayer for My Daughter".
# Received Los Angeles Drama Critics Award for Best Actor in "A Prayer for My Daughter".
# Received DRAMA-LOGUE Award for Best Actor in "Last Lucid Moment".
# Received L.A. WEEKLY Award for Best Actor in "Last Lucid Moment".
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