Paul Borghese - Actor



Mr. Borghese’s off-Broadway acting credits include William Shakespeare’s Macbeth, Arsenic and Old Laceand stage performances with the Italian American Repertory Company.  He has appeared in films such as Air Boss I & 2, Belly, Summer of Samand Keeping it Real.  His television credits include Without A Trace, As The World Turns, the ABC mini-series Witness To The Mob, Saturday Night Live, The Conan O’Brien Show, an appearance in the award-winning hit HBO series The Sopranos, Law and Order and Law and Order: SVU and played a recurring role on NBC’s Third Watch and most notably has portrayed New York Yankee baseball hall of famer Yogi Berra in the HBO original film 61*which was nominated for 12 Emmy Awards and won several. 61* was directed by Billy Crystal.

Mr. Borghese recently played roles in the independent feature films The Reality Trap, The Drum Beats Twice, Transamerica with Desperate Housewive’s Felicity Huffman, Crystal Visions, Aftermath with Anthony Michael Hall, Little Manhattan with Sex and the City’s Cynthia Nixon and The Babysitters with John Leguizamo. He recently appeared in the Pilot for the Network TV series  Kidnapped.  


He recently had several national commercials running.  One for Stackers 2, which frequently aired on the WWE Smackdown show and one for the New York State Lottery (Triple 7’s).  Paul appeared with Tony Sirico who played Paulie Walnuts on The Sopranos in the Stackers commercial and with Sopranos cast member Dan Grimaldi in the 777’s Lottery commercial.  Paul also recently appeared in a supporting role as Gino Mascarpone in Find Me Guilty, starring Vin Diesel and directed by Sidney Lumet.  He recently appeared in the ESPN miniseries The Bronx is Burning.  Paul just completed playing the comedic role of Spats in the indie film Delilah Rose, and a role in American Woman with Frank Vincent and as a businesman; George in Under New Management.  Paul just completed playing a role in the feature film Julie and Julia which stars Meryl Streep and was directed by Nora Ephron, a supporting role in Jackie Mason’s One Angry Man and  the leading role in the Indie Vito Bonafacci.  He also recently played a role in the 42nd Street Don.