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North Delta actor lands leading role in Mercy

Anthony Bolognese stars in new movie with Jon Voight
North Delta's Anthony Bolognese recently attending the premier of Mercy in Los Angeles. Photo courtesy Anthony Bolognese

North Delta’s Anthony Bolognese is one of Hollywood’s young up and coming actors.

Born in 2008, Anthony landed his very first film role as a lead in a Gift Wrapped Christmas for Lifetime. Anthony was only six at the time of filming.

Anthony accumulated many roles since his start, many of those are leads and supporting leads in Hallmark Channel movies starring alongside the likes of Autumn Reeser and Jesse Metcalfe. He has gone on to work on shows such as Disney’s Gabby Duran & The Unsittables, Mysterious Benedict Society, CW’s Supernatural and many more.

Most recently Anthony had the privilege of working alongside Academy Award-winning actor Jon Voight, as well as Jonathan Rhys Meyes and Leah Gibson in Paramount’s Mercy in which his mother, an ex-military doctor finds herself in a deadly battle for survival when the Irish mafia seize control of her hospital and take her son (Anthony) hostage.

He recently attended a red carpet premiere in Beverly Hills.

From a young age Anthony enjoyed making his own stories and acting them out with his stuffies; his creativity and dreamer imagination lead him to acting.

In his spare time he enjoys playing soccer, building worlds in Minecraft and spending time with friends.

Anthony is fond of travelling (especially to Disneyland), bike riding with his brother Matteo Bolognese and supporting his sister, Violet Bolognese at her cheerleading competitions.

Anthony is a proud UBCP/ACTRA full member. He is represented by Sarah Davis at Premiere Talent Management.

“Working with people like Jon Voight and Jonathan Rhys Meyers was a real privilege,” he said. “Playing soccer between scenes with a legend like Jon Voight was unbelievable. I had to pinch myself! The action scenes were a lot of fun and not something I’ve done before.

“I hope I can continue to grow in this genre. My favourite part of being on set is making friends. I was really lucky all the cast and crew were so friendly and treated me like I was just one of the guys.”

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