Aussie actor Anthony LaPaglia has sold his West Village townhouse at 292 West 4th Street and left without a trace.
Did the block become too chic for Mr. LaPaglia’s liking? After all, the man is famous for playing mobsters and cops; a fancy address messes with a man’s street cred. Or perhaps starring in the Australian made-for-TV movie about Julian Assange and playing an Aussie in Quentin Tarantino’s upcoming Django Unchained left him feeling homesick for a house in his native land? In any event, Mr. DiPaglia will have more than enough cash to cover his tracks after selling the place for $7 million, according to city records.
Anthony LaPaglia, once the star of TV’s Without a Trace, is to star in an Australian TV movie called Underground, about Julian Assange. This ripped-from-the-headlines tale features Mr. LaPaglia as a detective attempting to thwart a young hacker, Rachel Griffiths as that hacker’s mother, and one Alex Williams as the hacker himself–one Julian Assange. Read More
The Toronto International Film Festival, which just ended, rounded the midway point with a collage of passionate impressions, and climaxed with a happily exhausted sea of critics and journalists heading for the airport with six months of copy in their tote bags. In 10 days, I saw 40 movies and consumed about 10,000 crab cakes. Read More
There can be no doubt that Anthony LaPaglia is giving a wonderful performance in the new production of A View From the Bridge at the Roundabout Theater. His Eddie Carbone, the Brooklyn longshoreman who is among Arthur Miller’s most affecting tragic heroes, is a magnificent achievement.
He will receive the lion’s share of the plaudits Read More