Michael Parducci


Michael Parducci has just completed work as Nick in Check-Out, directed by Mark Foggetti, and Mickey in Way Off-Broadway, directed by Daniel Kay. Before that, he starred as Alex Andero in Hit and Runway (Christopher Livingston), and Ray in Gravesend (Salvator Stabile). A winner at the East Hampton Film Festival, Gravesend was 1st Runner-Up at the 1996 London & Berlin Film Festival. 

In addition to his film work, Parducci has made appearances on HBO’s Sex and the City and The Sopranos, As the World Turns on CBS, and Wonderland on ABC. 

His theatre credits include both off-Broadway and regional houses. In New York, he played Dumain in Love’s Labours Lost at the Accidental Theatre, Jean in There’s One in Every Marriage at the Phoenix Theatre, and Hippolito in The Revenger’s Tragedy at the Protean Theatre Company. At the Ansonia Mainstage he appeared as Happy Loman in Death of a Salesman and Will Lominack in A Confederates’ Letter.


Way Off Broadway A film by Daniel Kay