Law And Order Cast Tony Lo Bianco Leaves Millions To His Family

Tony Lo Bianco was a brilliant actor, director, and producer, who left his long-lasting footprints on the entertainment world during his career spanning over an impressive 70+ years.

”Law & Order” polished actor Tony Lo Bianco, 87, passed away on Tuesday, June 11, 2024, at his horse farm in Poolesville, Maryland, due to prostate cancer, as per the narrative of his wife, Alyse Lo Bianco. At the time of passing, Tony was reported to have a net worth of $4 million.

Italian-American actor Tony Lo Bianco appeared in three episodes of ”Law and Order” from 1992 to 2002: Cradle to Grave (1992) as Marc Menaker, Menace (1997) as Sal DiMarco, and True Crime (2002) as Det. Mike Foster.

In addition, he appeared in numerous films, TV shows, and stage performances, both on-screen and off-screen, as a writer, director, and producer.

Some of Tony’s movie credits include “Bloodbrothers (1978),” “F.I.S.T. (1978),” John Sayles’s “City of Hope (1991),” Oliver Stone’s “Nixon (1995)’‘ and Ray Romano’s “Somewhere in Queens (2022).”

The late actor, Tony, is survived by his wife Alyse and his two surviving daughters Miriamne and Nina, whom he shares with his first wife, Dora Landey Linenthal.

He was a brilliant actor, director, and producer who left a long-lasting footprint on the entertainment world during his career, which spanned over an impressive 70+ years.

His remarkable memorable performances on both small and large screen projects will always be remembered.

With decades in the entertainment industry, countless roles as an actor, and other behind-the-scenes jobs, Tony earned not just recognition but also a fortune.

Aside from those, he also had some investments in real estate bolstering his net worth.

As a highly respected actor, writer, and director, Tony’s net worth can be estimated at $3 million to $4 million.

In Case You Didn’t Know

  • Italian-American actor Tony Lo Bianco was born on October 19, 1936, to first-generation Italian-American parents Carmelo Joseph Lo Bianco (a taxi driver) and Sally Blando in Brooklyn, New York.
  • Tony won the Outer Critics Circle Award, the New York Area Television Academy Award, and the Daytime Emmy for ”Hizzoner! (1984)” as Fiorello La Guardia.
  • In 1963, he co-founded the ”Triangle Theater” where he served as artistic director for six years. He received the ”Eleanora Duse Award” for his outstanding contribution to the performing arts.
  • The three-times-married actor, Tony, has three daughters: Miriamne, Nina, and the late Anna (who died in 2006 from breast cancer) from his first marriage, Dora Landey Linenthal (August 18, 1963 – 1984).
  • Tony’s second marriage was with Elizabeth Eileen Natwick (October 4, 2002 – divorced in 2008).


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