ENGAGE EDUCATE EMPOWER episode 4 with Antoni Corone

  With over 25 years in front of the camera with acclaimed turns in films like We Own The Night, Bad Boys 2, Oz ,I Love You Phillip Morris,  among others,  Antoni has held his own with many golden globe or academy award nominees or  winners  including Robert Duval, Mark Ruffalo, Joaquin Phoenix,  Jim Carey,  Ben Stiller and Benicio Del Toro to name a few . He has become a well-established character actor.

  His production skills on many indie films have helped investors realize returns on their investments for the past 15 years, including executive producing, writing and co directing the web series sensation The MobKing. He recently won the coveted best short category in the Hell’s Kitchen NYC film festival with Brass knuckles, gritty exploration into the real-life issue we have in dealing with bullying.

He is also an activist, and a volunteer… running workshops for actors of all levels, volunteering for his local school system and bringing awareness to issues such as bullying.  He is the founder and co-administrator of Antoni Corone stop bullying now. A face book page with over 20 k members.

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