A Born Actor
Rosario Amico is a stage/film actor born on June 24, 1999, in Mineola, NY, to Italian-American parents Vita (Cacioppo) and Alfonso Amico. He started his career on the stage performing in multiple shows where he received local recognition as a triple threat. He was nominated 4 years consecutively for best actor by a male 13-19 years old at the annual Josephine Foundation gala where he took home the award for his performance in the review "It's a Musical" in 2018. After he decided to pursue his passion he enrolled at the New York Film Academy where he received is Bachelor of Fine arts in Acting For Film. He has lots of hobbies outside of acting such as singing, playing the guitar, golfing, or just hanging out with his close friends and family. Rosario Amico is a very family-oriented person, he says his Sicilian roots keep him grounded in the love of his family. Rosario made his national television debut as Patrick Austin on the new original series A Good Cop which premiered on NTD network Sunday December 5th 2021.
WHAT IS ROSARIO WORKING ON?
'LEGACY OF LOVE'
"Legacy of Love" is the Story of a Soldier's Love for His Unborn Child and the Brave Mission That Threatens to Keep Them Apart. This short film explores the emotional journey of a man in the military who is deployed on a dangerous mission and leaves behind a self-taped message for his unborn child in case he doesn't make it home alive, showcasing the power of love and the lengths one will go to protect those they hold dear. Rosario Amico is not only starring as the lead protagonist in this heart-wrenching film, but he is also the writer, director, cinematographer, and editor. The film will be premiering at the TCL Chinese Theatre at the annual Silicon Beach Film Festival on September 13 2023.
What They’re Saying!
"Rosario Amico (as Billy Crocker) and Paul Inglese (as Moonface Martin), who play off each other like a couple of old pros. They milk every comic moment for all it’s worth, occasionally stepping over into the realm of slapstick. The entire show, in fact, takes on a cartoon-like feel."