Louis Lombardi has been an actor for more than 30 years. He is perhaps best known for his characters in the hit television series “24” as the lovable computer systems analyst, Edgar Stiles, and his recurring role on “The Sopranos” playing New York federal agent, Skip Lipari. Other television credits include the recurring role as Turtles Cousin Ronnie on the hit show “Entourage,” also “Ugly Betty,” “Las Vegas,” and “NYPD Blue.”
Louis co-starred as the brutish Cal, Mr. Roarke’s obedient jack-of-all-trades, in the 1998 ABC remake of “Fantasy Island” as well as CBS “EZ Streets,” “CSI”, “CSI: NY,” “Monk” and the new “Hawaii 5-0.”
A film festival favorite, Lombardi has completed his first independent feature film titled “Doughboys” Shot on location at the infamous Conti’s Bakery in his hometown of the Bronx, this slice-of-life-drama was written, directed and stars Lombardi.
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In addition to acting, Mr. Lombardi often speaks to organizations and individuals around the country, sharing his personal stories of triumph and overcoming adversity.
With deep Italian roots, Louis spends much of his time in the kitchen, perfecting new recipes and entertaining friends and family. He launched his own line of specialty foods, and is currently working on expanding his food line and perfecting recipes for a future cookbook.
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