Sergio Di Zio
Canadian actor
Sergio Di Zio
Sergio Di Zio is a Canadian actor. He is currently starring in the television series Flashpoint as Michelangelo "Spike" Scarlatti. The series runs on CTV in Canada and CBS in the US. Di Zio's other works include The Lookout, Cinderella Man, Senior Trip; the television series This is Wonderland, Northern Town; as a voice actor for the animated series Stoked and Babar and the Adventures of Badou.
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  • 2012
    Age 39
    He starred in the television series Flashpoint as Michelangelo "Spike" Scarlatti until the show concluded on December 13, 2012.
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    In July 2012, he made a brief appearance in the show The Listener as Spike, the same Spike in Flashpoint.
    More Details Hide Details The episode is Now You See Him.
  • 2006
    Age 33
    He also appeared in the stage debut of Léo written by Rosa Laborde for which he received a Dora Award nomination in 2006.
    More Details Hide Details Stared as a reinactor in air crash investigation episode "the death of JFK Jnr "- S13,ep4 Di Zio is best known for playing Michelangelo Scarlatti, nicknamed "Spike", on the CTV police drama Flashpoint. Prior to landing his breakthrough role, however, he has appeared in over 30 movies and TV series.
  • 1995
    Age 22
    After making his debut in the 1995 film Senior Trip, Di Zio appeared in a string of telepics including The Wall, Major Crime, Freak City, Rembrandt: Fathers & Sons, and RFK.
    More Details Hide Details Additionally, he guest starred on other Canadian series, such as Murdoch Mysteries, Republic of Doyle, and even played "Ripper" on Stoked for 11 episodes. His appearances in film include Ron Howard's Cinderella Man, Boondock Saints, Flash of Genius, and the Independent Spirit Awards winning The Lookout, playing Deputy Ted. Di Zio has starred in Just Buried, 19 Months and the Peter Wellington film, Luck, winner of the South by Southwest Film Festival. Sergio’s TV movie appearances include Robert Ludlum's Covert One: The Hades Factor, John Stamos' The Wedding Wars and the Fox biopic RFK, where he played Robert Kennedy’s adviser and speechwriter Adam Walinsky.
  • 1972
    Born on September 20, 1972.
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