Chuck Zito

Chuck Zito was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Zito worked on a variety of projects during his early entertainment career, including "29th Street" (1991) starring Danny Aiello, "Best of the Best 2" (1993) starring Eric Roberts and "Carlito's Way" with Al Pacino (1993). He also contributed to "Hudson Hawk" with Bruce Willis (1991), "Nowhere to Run" with Jean-Claude van Damme (1993) and "The Last Boy Scout" (1991) starring Bruce Willis. In the nineties, Zito devoted his time to various credits, such as the Arnold Schwarzenegger and James Caan hit "Eraser" (1996), "Heaven's Prisoners" (1996) and "The Juror" (1996). He also worked on the Sean Connery and Nicolas Cage smash hit "The Rock" (1996). In the early 2000s, Zito lent his talents to projects like "Black and White" (2000), the Nicolas Cage and Giovanni Ribisi hit "Gone in 60 Seconds" (2000) and "15 Minutes" with Robert De Niro (2001). His credits also expanded to "City by the Sea" (2002) starring Robert De Niro and "Table One" (2003) starring Michael Rooker. Most recently, Zito acted in the suspenseful adaptation "Homefront" (2013) with Jason Statham.