Tony Shalhoub

Mostly Credited As: Tony Shalhoub
Sometimes Credited As: Tony Shalub
Tony Shaloub

Birth Name: Anthony Marcus Shalhoub
Date Of Birth: October 09, 1953 (Age 62)
Country Of Birth: USA
Birth Place: Green Bay, Wisconsin
Height: 5' 10" (1.77 m)

Tony Shalhoub

Tony Shalhoub is an American actor, born on October 9, 1953. Tony has become a big hit thanks to his role on the television series, Monk. He serves as both the star, and executive producer for the series.

Tony’s father was an immigrant, having moved to the United States from Lebanon. His father then married a Lebanese-American, whom of which is Tony’s mother. Tony also has a few brothers an sisters, whom are responsible for Tony’s break into the acting business.

Tony was first introduced to the stage when he was but six years old, when his sister had volunteered to bring his brother in to be an extra for her school’s version of the play, The King and I. Tony did not have much to do with the play, but at that moment, he had become a big fan of the theater, and had created his dream of becoming a famous actor.

After that experience, Tony had graduated from college, and began to pursue a career as an actor. He had some roles in broad way, however, nothing was nearly as big as when he landed the role of Antonio Scarpacci for the sitcom, Wings. That role was the one that began his career. He also played the lead victim in one of the episodes from season two of the hit show, The X-Files. Not only working in the field of television, Tony began to work on movies. In the movie The Man Who Wasn't There, Tony played a very fast-talking lawyer, as well as play a pawn-shop owner in the movie, Men In Black, he was also in A Civil Action, 13 Ghosts, Big Night, The Last Shot and Cars. However, Monk has gotten Emmys as well as many other awards for his work on the television series.

Tony is married to the actress, Brooke Adams, and he has two daughters. His wife has been on Monk with him, as well as his brother.

TV Appearances

Main cast 
Brain Dead (2016)As: Senator Red Wheatus
We Are Men (2013)As: Frank Russo
Monk (2002)As: Adrian Monk
Stark Raving Mad (1999)As: Ian Stark
Wings (US) (1990)As: Antonio Scarpacci (S03-S08; recurring previously)
Episode Cast Credits 

Late Night with Seth Meyers (2014) 
  Gerard Butler, Tony Shalhoub, Myq Kaplan 01x60: (Jun/12/2014) As Himself, [Interviewees]

The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson (2005) 
  Tony Shalhoub, Minka Kelly 05x133: (Aug/04/2009) As Himself 
  Tony Shalhoub, Becki Newton, Ryan Sickler 04x15: (Jan/22/2008) As Himself 
  Nov 30, 2005 01x203: (Nov/30/2005) As Himself 
  Jared Diamond, Raul Midon, Tony Shalhoub 01x112: (Jun/24/2005) As Himself 

The Bonnie Hunt Show (2008) (2008) 
  Tony Shalhoub; Spike Feresten 01x79: (Jan/08/2009) As Himself 

The Morning Show with Mike and Juliet (2007) 
  Tony Shalhoub 02x08: (Sep/12/2007) As Himself 
  Tony Shalhoub 01x154: (Aug/23/2007) As Himself 

Live with Kelly & Michael (1983) 
  Season 19, Episode 32 25x247: (Aug/14/2007) As Himself 
  Tony Danza, Tony Shalhoub. 25x99: (Jan/18/2007) As Himself 

MythBusters (2003) 
  Grenades and Guts 05x12: (Jun/13/2007) As Adrian Monk (archive footage) 

The Emmy Awards (1949) 
  The 58th Annual Emmy Awards 58x01: (Aug/27/2006) As Winner: Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series (for 'Monk') 
  The 57th Annual Emmy Awards 57x01: (Sep/18/2005) As Winner: Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series (for 'Monk') 
  The 55th Annual Emmy Awards 55x01: (Sep/21/2003) As Winner: Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series (for 'Monk') 

The Tony Danza Show (2004) (2004) 
  Tony Shalhoub, Judy Greer, Paul Teutul Sr., Paul Teutul Jr., Mike Campo 02x87: (Jan/24/2006) As Himself 

Last Call with Carson Daly (2002) 
  Tony Shalhoub, Taryn Manning, Ben Harper & Jack Johnson 04x68: (Jul/14/2005) As Himself 

Late Night with Conan O'Brien (1993) 
  Tony Shalhoub, Greg Giraldo, Feist 12x147: (Jul/07/2005) As Himself 

The Screen Actors Guild Awards (1995) 
  11th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards 11x01: (Feb/05/2005) As Winner: Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Comedy Series (for 'Monk') 
  10th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards 10x01: (Feb/22/2004) As Winner: Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Comedy Series (for 'Monk') 

Good Day Live (2001) 
  Tony Shalhoub 04x99: (Jan/20/2005) As Himself 
  Constance Marie, Melissa Rivers; Tony Shalhoub 03x205: (Jun/18/2004) As Himself 

Jimmy Kimmel Live (2003) 
  Tony Shalhoub, Michael Irvin, & Elefant 03x06: (Jan/18/2005) As Himself 
  6/22/04 01x91: (Jun/22/2004) As Himself 

The View (1997) 
  Season 6, Episode 211 06x211: (Jun/23/2003) As Himself, [Interviewees]

The Golden Globes (1944) 
  The 60th Annual Golden Globe Awards 60x01: (Jan/19/2003) As Winner: Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series – Comedy or Musical (for 'Monk') 

MADtv (1995) 
  Episode #524 05x24: (May/13/2000) As Himself 
  Episode #518 05x18: (Feb/26/2000) As Taxi Cab Driver 

Ally McBeal (1997) 
  Those Lips, That Hand 02x18: (Apr/19/1999) As Albert Shepley 

Almost Perfect (1995) 
  Auto Neurotic 01x16: (Feb/18/1996) As Alex Thorpe 

Gargoyles (1994) 
  Grief 02x30: (Dec/28/1995) Voiced  The Emir 

The X-Files (1993) 
  Soft Light 02x23: (May/05/1995) As Dr. Chester Ray Banton 

Monsters (1988) 
  Leavings 03x17: (Jan/21/1991) As Mancini 

Spenser: For Hire (1985) 
  The Road Back 02x19: (Mar/21/1987) As Dr. Hambrecht 

The Equalizer (1985) 
  Breakpoint 01x19: (Feb/19/1986) As Terrorist 
Crew Credits

Show Crew

Monk (2002)• Executive Producer
• Producer

Episode Crew

Featured Songs

Stark Raving Mad Songs:
Pilot + Vehicle 

Shalhoub won an Emmy for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series in 2003 and in 2005 for the role as Adrian Monk, as well as a Golden Globe in 2003 and a SAG Award in 2004 and 2005.

One of his first television roles was as 'Antonio' in the long-running sitcom Wings.

Shalhoub is married to the film actress Brooke Adams, and is the brother-in-law of former Guiding Light actress Lynne Adams.

In addition to his acting work, Shalhoub, along with the Network of Arab-American Professionals and Zoom-in-Focus productions, established The Arab-American Filmmaker Award Competition in 2005.

Tony Shalhoub has two daughters.

His brother Dan is the inventor and manufacturer of the Sha-Poopie, a device to aid in the disposal of dog waste.

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