actor | singer | voice artist | master of ceremonies | entertainer
With a career spanning over 25 years as an actor, singer, voice artist, master of ceremonies and entertainer - Salvatore Coco is one of Australia’s most accomplished performers.
At the age of nine Salvatore joined a theatrical institute where he was trained in Acting, Singing, Dance and Musical Theatre developing into one of Australia's foremost performing artist.
Since his early years with the Australian Theatre for Young People, Salvatore broaden his theatrical schooling by studying the techniques of Sanford Meisner, David Mamet.
With a solid education in acting his ability to diversify and deliver a versatile performance style is a testament to his acting credentials to date.
Most recently featuring in SBS’ critically acclaimed drama "The Principal" and Shine Australia’s "Catching Milat" for Seven Network, Salvatore’s other notable television credits include "Underbelly: The Golden Mile", "East West 101", "Home and Away", "Love My Way", "Water Rats", and International renowned for his role in Heartbreak High.
On film Salvatore starred in Shirley Barrett’s comedy "Walk the Talk" and has featured in Disney’s "South Pacific", Dein Perry’s "Bootmen", "Looking for Alibrandi" and the award winning "Two Hands" and "Heaven’s Burning".
Salvatore’s theatre credits include "The Rules of April" and "The Pond" both of which were finalist for the Short and Sweet Theatre festival, Eugene Ionesco's "Macbett" for Exposure Production, Adam Gorssetti's"3606202" for the Sydney Theatre Company.
In 2016 audiences will see Salvatore star in Screentime's newest 2016 series for the Seven Network "The Secret Daughter" and Endemol Shine's ground breaking two-part series "The Peter Brock Story" which will air on the Ten Network.