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Bobby Cannavale
Cannavale in 2009
Born (1970-05-03) May 3, 1970 (age 53)
Years active1996–present
(m. 1994; div. 2003)
PartnerRose Byrne (2012–present)
Children3, including Jake Cannavale

Robert Michael Cannavale (/ˌkænəˈvɑːli/; born May 3, 1970)[1] is an American actor. His breakthrough came with the leading role as FDNY Paramedic Roberto "Bobby" Caffey in the NBC series Third Watch, which he played from 1999 to 2001.

Cannavale received the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series for Will & Grace in 2005, and received further nominations for his recurring role on Nurse Jackie (2012, 2013).[2] He won the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series for portraying Gyp Rosetti in Boardwalk Empire in 2013.[3] Other notable television roles include Vinyl, Mr. Robot, Blue Bloods and Master of None. He has also starred in the Amazon Prime series Homecoming (2018–2020), the Hulu miniseries Nine Perfect Strangers (2021), and Netflix's The Watcher (2022).

Cannavale made his Broadway debut in the Theresa Rebeck's 2008 play Mauritius for which he earned a nomination for the Tony Award for Best Featured Actor in a Play. In 2011 he starred in Stephen Adly Guirgis comedic play The Motherfucker with the Hat earning a Tony Award for Best Actor in a Play nomination. He also portrayed Richard Roma in the 2012 revival of David Mamet's Glengarry Glen Ross.

Cannavale has acted in the dramatic films The Station Agent (2003), Win Win (2011), Blue Jasmine (2013), I, Tonya (2017), Motherless Brooklyn (2019), The Irishman (2019), and Blonde (2022). He has also been in comedic films, such as Paul Blart: Mall Cop (2009), The Other Guys (2010), Annie (2014), Spy (2015), and Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle (2017). He entered the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) portraying Jim Paxton in Ant-Man (2015) and Ant-Man and the Wasp (2018). He has voiced recurring roles for the animated Netflix series BoJack Horseman and Big Mouth.

Early life

Cannavale was born on May 3, 1970, in Union City, New Jersey,[4] where he grew up, the son of Isabel and Salvatore "Sal" Cannavale. His father is of Italian descent, while his mother is Cuban and moved to the U.S. in 1960.[5][6] He was raised Catholic and attended St. Michael's Catholic School, where he participated in a number of extracurricular activities, including being an altar boy and member of the chorus.[7]

When he was eight, Cannavale secured the plum role of the lisping boy, Winthrop, in his school's production of The Music Man and later played a gangster in Guys and Dolls, which cemented his love for performing. Cannavale's parents divorced when he was 13 and his mother moved the family to Puerto Rico. After two years in the American territory, they settled in Margate, Florida. From 1983 to 1986, Cannavale attended Coconut Creek High School,[8][9] but during his senior year, he was expelled “for being a cutup.”[5] He then returned to New Jersey to live with his grandmother, in order to be closer to New York to launch his acting career and went to summer school to earn a diploma from Union Hill High School.[10][11][12]


Cannavale began his acting career in the theater – with no acting training – and gained early film roles in Night Falls on Manhattan (1997) and The Bone Collector (1999), Cannavale became well known when he starred as Bobby Caffey for two seasons on Third Watch. Following this, in 2001, he starred with Alan Arkin in 100 Centre Street – which was written and directed by Sidney Lumet, his then-father-in-law.

In 2002, he joined the cast of Ally McBeal for the last five episodes, but the show was then cancelled. Following this, he starred with Yancey Arias and Sheryl Lee in the miniseries Kingpin. In 2003, Cannavale briefly appeared on the last two episodes of Oz. He also appeared in the film The Station Agent as a man who befriends a little person removed from society. From 2004 to 2006, he had a recurring guest role on Will & Grace as Vince D'Angelo, the boyfriend (and eventual husband) of Will Truman (Eric McCormack). However, in the reboot, they are revealed not to be married. For this role, he won the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series in 2005. He has also appeared in the films The Guru (2002), Shall We Dance? (2004), Romance & Cigarettes (2005) and Snakes on a Plane, and guest-starred in Sex and the City, Six Feet Under, Oz, Law & Order – and its spin-off series Law & Order: Criminal Intent and Law & Order: Special Victims Unit. He appeared in The Take (2007) as Agent Steve Perelli, alongside John Leguizamo and Tyrese Gibson.

Cannavale serves as the voice of Corado R. Ciarlo, known as "Babe", in the Ken Burns PBS film series The War (the story of World War II) from the perspective of the men who fought in combat and their loved ones at home. He also read the audiobook versions of Richard Price's 2008 novel Lush Life and Ed Falco's 2012 novel The Family Corleone. On August 25, 2008, ABC ordered his pilot Cupid, a remake of the 1998 program which had starred Jeremy Piven and Paula Marshall, to series. In the new version of the series, Cannavale starred opposite Sarah Paulson with script development overseen by original series creator Rob Thomas. ABC debuted Cupid on March 31, 2009, but cancelled the series after less than two months, on May 19, 2009.[13][14]

In 2008, he received a Tony Award nomination for his role as Dennis in the Broadway play, Mauritius.[15][16] In 2009, CBS announced Cannavale would reprise his role of Det. Eddie Saccardo on the television show, Cold Case, for three episodes, starting with the third episode of Season 7.[17] Cannavale was in the film The Other Guys (2010), and played the role of Terry Delfino in the film Win Win (2011). He later starred in the Broadway play The Motherfucker with the Hat alongside Chris Rock and Annabella Sciorra. On May 3, 2011 (his 41st birthday), he was nominated for a Tony Award for his leading role in that production.[18]

In 2012 and 2013, he guest-starred in the fourth and fifth season of Showtime's Nurse Jackie, for which he was nominated twice again for the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series in 2012 and 2013,[19] as well as joining the cast of HBO's Boardwalk Empire, portraying the psychopathic Sicilian gangster Gyp Rosetti in the third season. His performance on Boardwalk Empire won critical acclaim, earning him the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series in 2013. That same year he also played Lewis, a vengeful clown on Modern Family during the third season, for which he was nominated for Best Guest Performer in a Comedy Series at the 2nd Critics' Choice Television Awards in 2012.[20] TV Guide, in its "Cheers & Jeers 2012" issue, praised Cannavale for this "trifecta of great performances", commenting, "This guy is so good at playing bad, it's scary."[21] He played what Matt Zoller Seitz of called a "heroically moving" lead role in Danny Collins in 2015.

Since 2015, Cannavale has been involved with voice-over work for Playing On Air, a non-profit organization that "records short plays [for public radio and podcast] written by top playwrights and performed by outstanding actors."[22] He has starred in three short plays, including Crazy Eights by David Lindsay-Abaire, co-starring Rosie Perez and John Leguizamo; Mere Mortals by David Ives; and 2 Dads by David Auburn.[23][24][25]

In January 2020, Cannavale appeared with his real-life partner Rose Byrne in the play Medea, written and directed by Simon Stone.[26][27]

In 2021, Cannavale played Tony Hogburn in the Nicole Kidman led Hulu miniseries Nine Perfect Strangers (based on the novel of the same name by Liane Moriarty), which also featured Melissa McCarthy, Michael Shannon, Luke Evans, Samara Weaving, and Asher Keddie.[28][29]

In 2022, Cannavale was seen portraying Dean Braddock in the 2022 Netflix series, The Watcher.

Personal life

From 1994 to 2003,[30] Cannavale was married to actress/screenwriter Jenny Lumet – director Sidney Lumet's daughter and performer Lena Horne's granddaughter – with whom he has a son,[31] actor Jake Cannavale.[30] Cannavale and Jake were cast as father and son in season four of Nurse Jackie.

Cannavale has been in a relationship with Australian actress Rose Byrne since 2012.[32] Their first son was born in 2016, and a second son in 2017.[33]



Year Title Role Notes
1996 Night Falls on Manhattan Vigoda Assistant #1
1999 Gloria Jack Jesus Nunez
The Bone Collector Detective Steve
2000 3 A.M. Jose
2002 Washington Heights Angel
The Guru Randy
2003 Shortcut to Happiness Cop
The Station Agent Joe Oramas
2004 Fresh Cut Grass Billy Pecchio
Haven Lieutenant
Shall We Dance? Chic
The Breakup Artist Neighbor
2005 Happy Endings Javier Duran
Romance & Cigarettes Chetty Jr. / "Fryburg"
2006 The Night Listener Jess
Fast Food Nation Mike
Snakes on a Plane Henry "Hank" Harris
10 Items or Less Bobby
2007 The Ten Marty McBride
Dedication Don Meyers
2008 The Take Agent Steve Perelli
Diminished Capacity Lee Vivyan
The Promotion Mark Timms
100 Feet Lou Shanks
2009 Paul Blart: Mall Cop Commander James Kent
The Merry Gentleman Michael Elkhart
Brief Interviews with Hideous Men Subject #40
Louis C.K.'s Last Chance Porn Producer Short film
2010 F—K Bobby
The Other Guys Jimmy
Apples Nino Short film
Weakness Joshua Polansky
2011 Win Win Terry Delfino
Roadie Randy Stevens
2013 Movie 43 Superman Segment: "Super Hero Speed Dating"
Parker Jake Fernandez
Lovelace Butchie Peraino
Blue Jasmine Chili
2014 Chef Tony
Adult Beginners Danny
Annie Guy Danlily
2015 Danny Collins Tom Donnelly
Spy Sergio De Luca
Ant-Man Jim Paxton
Daddy's Home Emilio Francisco
2016 The Fundamentals of Caring Cash Uncredited
2017 Hair Bobby Cannavale Short film
The Nut Job 2: Nutty by Nature Frankie Voice
I, Tonya Martin Maddox
Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle Professor John Hardin Van Pelt Credited as Van Pelt[a][34][35]
Ferdinand Valiente/Valiente's father Voice
The Photographer Photographer Short film[36]
2018 Boundaries Leonard
Ant-Man and the Wasp Jim Paxton
2019 Motherless Brooklyn Tony Vermonte
The Irishman Skinny Razor
The Jesus Rolls Petey
Martha the Monster Kevin / Doormat Voice, short film
2020 Superintelligence George Churchill
2021 Tom & Jerry Spike Voice
Thunder Force William "The King" Stevens
Jolt Detective Vicars
This Is the Night Frank Larocca
Sing 2 Jimmy Crystal Voice
2022 Seriously Red Wilson
Allswell Gabe
Blonde Joe DiMaggio
Angry Neighbors Kevin
2023 Ezra Max Brandel Also executive producer
Old Dads Connor Brody
Under the Boardwalk Bobby Voice
TBA MaXXXine TBA Post-production[37][38]
TBA Unstoppable TBA Filming[39]


Year Title Role Notes
1998 When Trumpets Fade Capt. Thomas Zenek Television film
1999–2001 Third Watch Roberto Caffey Main cast; 38 episodes
2000 Sex and the City Adam Ball Episode: "Easy Come, Easy Go"
2001–2002 100 Centre Street Jeremiah Jellinek 5 episodes
2002 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Kyle Novacek Episode: "Monogamy"
Ally McBeal Wilson Jade 5 episodes
Law & Order Randy Porter Episode: "Hitman"
2003 Kingpin Chato Cadena 6 episodes
Mickeypalooza Himself Television special
Law & Order: Criminal Intent Julian Bello Episode: "The Gift"
Oz Alonzo Torquemada 2 episodes
2004 Six Feet Under Javier 3 episodes
2004–2006, 2018 Will & Grace Vince D'Angelo 17 episodes
2005 N.Y.-70 Det. Niko Corso Pilot
The Exonerated Jesse Tafero Television film
Recipe for a Perfect Christmas Alex Stermadapolous
2006–2007 The Days of Pets Burke Zuko Recurring cast
2007 The War Corado R. "Babe" Ciarlo Voice, 2 episodes
The Knights of Prosperity Enrico Cortez 2 episodes
Law & Order J.P. Lange Episode: "Murder Book"
M.O.N.Y. Joe Capanelli Pilot
2008–2009 Cold Case Eddie Saccardo 7 episodes
2008 Lipstick Jungle Chris "Parks" Parker Episode: "Chapter Seven: Carpe Threesome"
2009 Cupid Trevor Pierce 7 episodes
2010 American Dad! Detective Chaz Migliaccio Voice, episode: "Cops and Roger"
Louie Chris 2 episodes
Marry Me Adam Episode(s): Part 1 & 2
2010–2011 Blue Bloods Charles Rosselini 3 episodes
2012 Modern Family Lewis Episode: "Send Out the Clowns"
Boardwalk Empire Gyp Rosetti 11 episodes
2012–2013 Nurse Jackie Dr. Mike Cruz 12 episodes
2014 Submissions Only Man with Paper Episode: "Petit Sweet Ending with N"
Robot Chicken Various Voice, episode: "Super Guitario Center"
2016 Vinyl Richie Finestra Main cast; 10 episodes
2017 Master of None Chef Jeff 4 episodes
Comrade Detective Petre Bubescu Voice, episode: "Two Films for One Ticket"
2017, 2019 Mr. Robot Irving 9 episodes
2018 Angie Tribeca Angela "A.J." Giles Jr. 10 episodes
2018, 2020 BoJack Horseman Vance Waggoner Voice, 2 episodes
Big Mouth Gavin the Hormone Monster / Nick's Agent Voice, 3 episodes
2018–2020 Homecoming Colin Belfast 11 episodes
2019 The Detour Castro Voice, episode: "The Groom"
SpongeBob SquarePants Tony Voice, episode: "Shell Games"
2020 Mrs. America Tom Snyder Episode: "Phyllis & Fred & Brenda & Marc"
2021 Nine Perfect Strangers Tony Hogburn 8 episodes
2022–2023 Human Resources Gavin Reeves / Guyvin Reeves Voice, 8 episodes
2022 The Last Movie Stars Elia Kazan Voice, 2 episodes
The Watcher Dean Brannock 7 episodes
2023 Bupkis Uncle Tommy 2 episodes


Year Title Role Theatre Notes
1998 The Most Fabulous Story Ever Told Steve Williamstown Theatre Festival [40]
2003 Fucking A The Mayor The Public Theater, Off-Broadway
2005 Hurlyburly Phil Acorn Theater, Off-Broadway
2007 Mauritius Dennis Biltmore Theatre, Broadway [41]
2010 Trust Morton Second Stage Theater, Off-Broadway
2011 The Motherfucker with the Hat Jackie Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre, Broadway
2012 Glengarry Glen Ross Richard Roma
2013 The Big Knife Charlie Castle American Airlines Theater, Broadway
2016 White Rabbit Red Rabbit (solo) Westside Theatre, Off-Broadway [40]
2017 The Hairy Ape Robert "Yank" Smith Park Avenue Armory, Off-Broadway
2018 The Lifespan of a Fact John Studio 54, Broadway [41]
2020 Medea Lucas Harvey Theatre, BAM, Brooklyn [40]
2023 Here We Are Leo Brink The Shed, Off-Broadway

Awards and nominations

Primetime Emmy Awards

Year Category Nominated work Result Ref.
2005 Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series Will & Grace: Season 7 Won [42]
2012 Nurse Jackie: Seasons 4-5 Nominated
2013 Nominated
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series Boardwalk Empire: Season 3 Won

Tony Awards

Year Category Nominated work Result Ref.
2008 Best Featured Actor in a Play Mauritius Nominated [41]
2011 Best Leading Actor in a Play The Motherfucker with the Hat Nominated

Other awards

Year Award Category Nominated work Result Ref.
2003 Gotham Awards Breakthrough Actor The Station Agent Nominated [43]
2004 Phoenix Film Critics Society Best Ensemble Nominated
2004 Screen Actors Guild Awards Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture Nominated
2011 Drama Desk Awards Outstanding Actor in a Play The Motherfucker with the Hat Won [41]
2011 Outer Critics Circle Awards Best Actor in a Play Nominated
2012 Critics' Choice Television Awards Best Guest Performer in a Comedy Series Modern Family Nominated [44][43]
2013 Screen Actors Guild Awards Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series Nurse Jackie Nominated [45]
Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series Boardwalk Empire Nominated
2013 Alliance of Women Film Journalists Best Supporting Actor Blue Jasmine Nominated [46]
2017 Drama Desk Awards Outstanding Actor in a Play The Hairy Ape Nominated [41]
2018 Critics' Choice Television Awards Best Supporting Actor in a Drama Series Mr. Robot Nominated [47][43]
2020 Screen Actors Guild Awards Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture The Irishman Nominated [48][43]


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  1. ^ In Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle, Van Pelt has a different first name depending on the region in which the film is watched. In the UK version of the film, the character's first name is given as "John Hardin", while in the US version of the film, the character is provided the first name "Russell".