Tony D'Amario

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Tony D'Amario (28 May 1961 - 29 June 2005 in Paris) was a French actor best known for his role as K2 in Banlieue 13 .

He made his film debut in 1999, with a small role in The Messenger: The Story of Joan of Arc . He followed this with a string of small film roles throughout the early 2000s, and appeared in an episode of the long-running crime series Central nuit in 2003. His most notable film role came in the 2004 film Banlieue 13, in which he portrayed one of the main antagonists. After this he appeared in an episode of Le Tuteur . D'Amario died of an aneurysm that led to a heart attack on June 29, 2005, while filming Last Hour .

Filmography

YearTitleRoleNotes
1999 The Messenger: The Story of Joan of Arc Compiegne's Mayor
2001La Vérité si je mens ! 2Charly Journo
2001Les Morsures de l'aubeLe malabar du roi Raoul
2001 Tanguy Dur n°1
2002 A+ Pollux Un compagnon de cellule
2002 Aram Alaatin
2003Corps à corpsClient Moon Side
2003 Lovely Rita, sainte patronne des cas désespérés Roro
2004 Banlieue 13 K2
2008 Last Hour Casino(final film role)

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