Sep. 21st, 1978
Brampton, Ontario, Canada
Paulo Costanzo's Main TV Roles
Main Movie Roles
Guest TV Roles[none found]
Costanzo landed his first major role as Rubin Carver in 2000's DreamWorks hit college comedy "Road Trip." This project was soon followed by a supporting role in Miramax Films' "40 Days and 40 Nights" where he starred opposite Josh Hartnett. He was also seen in "Josie and the Pussycats", "A Problem with Fear," and opposite Woody Harrelson and Alicia Silverstone in "Scorched."
In 2006, Costanzo made the move to independent features, starring in the Canadian comedy "Everything's Gone Green" as Ryan, a twenty something slacker suffering through a quarter-life crisis who finds himself tangled in a money-laundering scam. The film won Best Picture at the 2006 Vancouver International Film Festival.
In 2008, Constanzo starred in one of his most exciting projects to date, the critically acclaimed independent horror film "Splinter," as Seth Belzer. The film won six Screamfest Awards, including Best Picture of 2008.
In addition to a successful film career, Paulo is also known for his role as Michael Tribbiani – nephew of Matt LeBlanc's Joey Tribbiani – on NBC's "Joey."
- Collects antique typewriters, and he gets them refurbished at the same place as Tom Hanks, who is also an avid collector of typewriters.
- Attended Balmoral Senior Public School in Brampton, Ontario, Canada
- Is only five years younger than 'Drea de Matteo' (qv) who plays his mother on _"Joey" (2004)_ (qv).
- In the years he was attending elementary school Paulo was involved in a car accident in which he broke both of his legs. For years afterwards he kept a jar on his mantle with the staples from his leg in it.
- Starred as Tony in his high school production of "West Side Story"
- He is colorblind, and blue is the only color that genuinely pops out at him.
- Loves to go to old movies, and frequently goes to see them at the movie houses when he is in Los Angeles.
- Attended Mayfield Secondary School in Brampton, Ontario.