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Birthplace: Staten Island, New York, US

Date of Birth: 08/24/73

AKA: Carmine D. Giovinazzo

Real Name: Carmine Dominick Giovinazzo

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Staten Island's own Carmine Giovinazzo earned a baseball scholarship to Wagner College, but turned to acting after an injury meant he'd be stopped short of achieving his shortstop dreams. Instead, he headed to LA, and hooked up with his director cousin Buddy Giovinazzo to play Frankie Hamm in Buddy's Staten Island set Tim Roth drama No Way Home (1996). Realizing he had a home in the acting world, right after that Carmine booked the pilot of Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Unfortunately, his role was the first person killed off on that show's first episode, but still, that's iconic. But Carmine first slayed onscreen alongside future Will & Grace star Sean Hayes in the gay drama Billy’s Hollywood Screen Kiss (1998). Since our favorite movies are the ones that fail the Hays code, we liked it because Carmine showed his beautiful ass while taking a pee off of a boat. All hands on dick! Then he turns around and we see his shredded abs, as he plays a drunken boat captain. Talk about being in ship shape, that body is tight! Carmine landed a leading role on the short lived Fox comedy about a rap rock group with a great name, Shasta McNasty, then returned to his baseball roots to play the final batter Kevin Costner faced while trying to pitch a perfect game, Ken Strout in For Love of the Game (1999). Carmine was Sgt. Mike Goodale in Black Hawk Down (2001), and did nearly 200 episodes of CSI: NY as the Staten Island Italian who quit playing baseball to pursue a career in....law enforcement, Danny Messer. Not much of a stretch, there, huh Carmine? But since he has a body it'd be a crime not to investigate every inch of, Carmine holds the distinction of having appeared on all three CSI shows. While he was Lt. Sid Markham on the young Feds fighting crime drama Graceland, most recently you could catch Carmine playing American film producer Sonny Grosso in Paramount+'s miniseries about the making of The Godfather (1972) The Offer. We wish someone would make Carmine a full frontal offer he can't refuse. One look at Mr. Giovinazzo and Mr. Man wanted Carmine to be all mine!