Anthony LaPaglia, who plays Jack Malone in TV2's drama Without A Trace, won a Tony Award, a Drama Desk Award and an Outer Critics Circle Award for his performance in A View from the Bridge. He is also producing a feature film version of the Arthur Miller classic.
LaPaglia's other stage credits include the off-off-Broadway production of The Guys, the story of a fire captain and an editor who discuss the men lost in the World Trade Center attack on September 11. Sigourney Weaver and LaPaglia starred in the 2002 feature film version. LaPaglia also appeared off-Broadway in Bouncers, Northeast Local, On the Open Road and The Rose Tattoo, which earned him a Drama Desk nomination for Outstanding Featured Actor in a Play.
LaPaglia's television credits include a recurring role on Frasier, for which he earned an Emmy Award nomination for his portrayal of Daphne's brother, Simon Moon. He also starred in the series Murder One and the telefilms Never Give Up: The Jimmy V Story, Spinning Boris, The Garden of Redemption and Criminal Justice, for which he received a CableACE nomination.
LaPaglia's numerous feature film credits include the critically acclaimed Lantana, Betsy's Wedding, The House of Mirth, Analyze That, Sweet and Lowdown, The Client, Company Man, Summer of Sam, Autumn in New York, Lansky, Phoenix, Commandments, and Brilliant Lies.
LaPaglia was born in Adelaide, Australia, and lives in New York City with his wife, actress Gia Carides, and daughter.