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Robert Gallo as Al Capone
in a theatre production called "King of the City"
Americas best known gangster, Al Capone, is the single greatest symbol of the collapse of law and order in the United States during the 1920s Prohibition era. An immigrant's son who chose the back door to the American way, insisting he was just a businessman, rode the tide of the roaring 20's thirst for pleasure and forgetfulness to world prominence. He happened because America let him happen. King of the City, a one-man show written by and starring Robert Gallo, is a look at the humor and horror of the mercurial personality behind the mobster. Brutal and charming, discover why more than one man said, "I Would Kill For Al."
Written by Juanin Clay and Robert Gallo
"I felt people should see the other side of the gangster," Gallo said. "People should see the loving father. He was just the product of his times, the wide-open 1920s. Like Ruth and Valentino, he was larger than life."
Click on above photo to view a video clip from Actor Robert Gallo's one man play about Al Capone called King of the City.
Al Capone telling it like it is!
Robert Gallo first played Al in 1985 for a play called "Vespers Eve"
Capone never left Gallo and it had remained a topic of interest in his life.
He had thoroughly researched Capone, reprising the role during the 90's and again in 2007, at the Group Repertory Theatre .
Robert Gallo, known by many as an excellent actor and a great gentleman.
He starred as Tony Jack in the 2009 movie "Street Boss" with co-stars Vincent Pastore and Nicholas Turturro.
It's the story of how one mob boss took over Saginaw, Michigan and the FBI who brought him down.
View the official site and trailer here
Having appeared in many television dramas and movies, his current acting stint was in a 2009 movie called "The Deported" with Talia Shire and Nicholas Turturro. See the official site and trailer here
You can view all of Mr. Gallo's immense acting achievements here at IMDb