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- November 19, 1990
- Vol. 34
- No. 20
Christopher Serrone, a Kid from Queens Who Made His Acting Bones with Some Mighty Goodfellas
Despite his ethnic and regional authenticity, the Queens, N.Y., native never really thought he had a chance at the role. "Winning a World Series game and booking a movie were like impossible dreams for me," says the genial six-footer, whose high school pals in Flushing dubbed him "the white Darryl Strawberry." Next hurdle: dating. "I like tall girls," he says. "And wide eyes that talk." But Serrone's father, Anthony, an engineer, and mother Cathy, a former bookkeeper, have brought him up to be a true good fella. "I haven't seen any change in him," says Cathy. Of course Hollywood might spoil Christopher yet: He has signed with the powerhouse agency ICM. "Next I'd like to do a feel-good movie, not a drop-dead movie," he says. Still, he's torn. "I lead a double life," he admits. "I'm fighting pimples and I'm an actor."
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