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Chuck Zito

Actor
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Born Mar 1, 1953

Charles "Chuck" Zito, Jr., is an Italian-American actor, amateur boxer, martial artist, celebrity bodyguard, stuntman, former boxing trainer and former president of the New York chapter of the Hells Angels.

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CHILDHOOD

1953 Birth Born on March 1, 1953.

TWENTIES

1980 27 Years Old Following in his father's footsteps, Zito became an amateur boxer and fought in New York Golden Gloves while working manual labor. In 1980, after assisting the bodyguards of actor Robert Conrad at a motorcycle convention, Zito began his own bodyguard agency. … Read More

THIRTIES

1984 31 Years Old A motorcycle lover, Zito established the New Rochelle Motorcycle Club which later merged with the Ching-a-Ling Nomads. Zito would later leave the Nomads and join the Hells Angels. In 1984, Zito helped establish the Hells Angels New York Nomad Chapter and became the chapter's president. … Read More

FORTIES

1996 43 Years Old Parlaying his connection, Zito began a career as a stuntman working on films such as Year of the Dragon, Hudson Hawk, and The Rock. In 1996, after a meeting with producer Tom Fontana, Zito joined the HBO prison drama Oz as mobster Chucky Pancamo. … Read More

FIFTIES

2003 50 Years Old In 2003, Zito released his autobiography, Street Justice, co-authored with Joe Layden.
2006 53 Years Old In 2006, Zito expanded into radio with the show Chuck Zito's View on Howard Stern's Sirius Satellite Radio station.
2010 57 Years Old In 2010, Zito filed a $5 million lawsuit against the cable network FX, alleging that he had a development meeting with them in 2006, in which he pitched the idea of an outlaw motorcycle group. … Read More
2011 58 Years Old On December 11, 2011, a court judgment was ruled against Zito. … Read More

LATE ADULTHOOD

2013 60 Years Old In 2013, Zito competed on Food Network Television's Chopped along with NASCAR's Danica Patrick, NFL star Tiki Barber, and Olympic Champion Natalie Coughlin.
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