It isn’t often a political journalist gets the chance to interview a great Hollywood actor, much less one with a distinctive sense of right and wrong, good and evil.
Long time actor and conservative activist, Tony Lo Bianco, best known for “The French Connection,” is currently touring with his former Broadway and Emmy-award winning one-man show, “The Little Flower.” The show is set in the 1945 City Hall office of Fiorello H.La Guardia, during his final day as three-term mayor of New York City. La Guardia is famous for fighting against corruption and actually was successful cleaning up New York city politics.
While Lo Bianco’s new show will undoubtedly be fascinating, I will do a follow up story after seeing that show in November in Los Angeles.
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