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    Tony Shalhoub's birthday is on October 9, 1953 and birth place is Green Bay, Wisconsin, U.S. His age as of 2022, is 69 years. Talking about his family he is very close to his family. His Parents are Joe Shalhoub and Helen Shalhoub. His mother's name is Helen Shalhoub and his father's name is Joe Shalhoub. His mother was originally known as Helen Seroogy and was a Lebanese-American. He was brought up by his parents along with his Siblings. His father Joseph was born in 1912 and passed away in 1991. His father moved to the United States from Mount Lebanon, after his parents, Milhelm and Mariam, were killed as a result of the orders given by The Three Pashas, who ran the Ottoman Empire, during the Assyrian Genocide of 1915.Joe Shalhoub worked as a meat seller and drove a refrigerated truck when he moved to the United States of America. When they were both still young, Joe was fostered by Helen's family, and that's how they first became acquainted. Tony was born and grew up in a Lebanese Maronite family. He was the ninth of 10 children. He has 9 siblings. In siblings he has 3 brothers and 6 sisters. His brothers names are Michael Shalhoub, Dan Shalhoub and Bill Shalhoub. His sisters names are Amy Shalhoub, Jane Shalhoub, Maggie Gensler, Deborah Shalhoub-Landin, Sherry Matzdorff and Susan Shalhoub Larkin. Susan Shalhoub Larkin his sister who by profession is an actress famous and recognized for her character in movies like Stranger Things, Good Deeds and Last Vegas etc. Susan Shalhoub Larkin is his older sibling.

    Tony Shalhoub elder sister encouraged him to try out for a supporting role in her high school's staging of "The King and I." This was Shalhoub's first experience with the performing arts. He completed his graduation from Green Bay East, and then attended the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay for a brief period of time before taking part in the National Student Exchange program at the University of Southern Maine. It was here that he ultimately received a bachelor's degree. In 1980, he graduated with a master's degree from the Yale School of Drama. Tony Shalhoub is also quite proficient in the Arabic language.

    In 1992, Tony Shalhoub tied the knot with actress Brooke Adams. They have acted together in several movies, in a segment of Wings, and on BrainDead. Adams has been recognized as a ""Special Guest Star"" in five different segments of the television show Monk. These segments are titled ""Mr. Monk and the Airplane," ""Mr. Monk's 100th Case," "Mr. Monk Visits a Farm," ""Mr. Monk and the Kid," and ""Mr. Monk and the Badge." In the 2010 Broadway revival production of Lend Me a Tenor, both Tony Shalhoub and Adams performed together. Adams already had an adopted daughter by the time she and Tony Shalhoub tied the knot, her name was Josie Lynn and she was born in 1989. They adopted another girl into the family named Sophie in 1993.

    Michael, Tony's brother, is also an actor and has appeared on many occasions as a guest on the show Monk.His debut appearance is in the episode "Mr. Monk and the Missing Granny," in which he plays a former member of a radical gang that is accused of being involved in an abduction. He portrays a Wyoming beekeeper who is upset when an unknown suspect crashes a car into his farm, in the segment "Mr. Monk Bumps His Head." Michael also shows up in the episode "Mr. Monk Is the Best Man," in which he plays the role of the minister who officiates at the wedding of Leland Stottlemeyer. Tony Shalhoub disclosed to the public in May 2020, that he and his wife Brooke had both tested positive with COVID-19 the previous month, making the statement that ""we truly are all Monk now"" and stating that they had recovered after ""a fairly hard few weeks"".

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    He is 69 years of old birthdate is November 11, 1960. He measures 5 feet 10 inches in height and his weight is 72 kgs in kilograms. His height and weight is perfect as per his body. He is the famous as American actor. Tony Shalhoub is a difficult man to forget. His hair is Black and his eyes are Dark Brown.

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    Tony Shalhoub Career

    Tony Shalhoub is most known for his roles as Adrian Monk on the television show Monk on the USA Network, Antonio Scarpacci in the comedy show Wings on NBC, and Abe Weissman on The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel on Amazon.In addition, Tony Shalhoub has had a fruitful career in the film industry, and has worked in movies such as Quick Change in 1990, Barton Fink in 1991, Big Night in 1996, Men in Black in 1997, Gattaca in 1997, The Siege in 1998, Paulie in 1998, Galaxy Quest in 1999, Thirteen Ghosts in 2001, Spy Kids in 2001, and The Man Who Wasn't There in 2001, and 1408 in 2007.

    His work has garnered him several accolades, including the Golden Globe Award for Best Actor in a Television Series Musical or Comedy, six Screen Actors Guild Awards, and four Primetime Emmy Awards, among others. Tony Shalhoub has been nominated for four Tony Awards for his efforts on Broadway, and he took home the award for Best Actor in a Musical for his role as Tewfiq Zakaria in The Band's Visit. In addition to that, he has done voice work for the Cars series between 2006 through 2017, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles in 2014, and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows in 2016.

    Tony Shalhoub relocated to Cambridge, Massachusetts, soon after receiving his graduation from Yale, where he worked for the American Repertory Theater for a total of four seasons, before going to New York City where he was employed as a waiter. On Broadway, he made his first appearance in the 1985 staging of The Odd Couple, which was directed by Rita Moreno and Sally Struthers. In 1992, he was nominated for a Tony Award for his performance in Conversations with My Father.During their time spent performing together on Broadway in "The Heidi Chronicles," Shalhoub and his wife, the actress Brooke Adams, first became acquainted. In the Classic Stage Company's version of Waiting for Godot, in 1998, Tony Shalhoub appeared along with John Turturro and Christopher Lloyd.

    In December 2006, Tony Shalhoub made his comeback to the Off-Broadway Second Stage Theatre, to perform in a production of Theresa Rebeck's play The Scene, alongside Patricia Heaton. In a revival version of Lend Me a Tenor at the Music Box Theatre in New York City, in 2010, he appeared on Broadway to play Saunders.In 2013, he received a Tony Award nomination in the category of Best Performance by a Featured Actor in a Play for his work in the production of Golden Boy by Lincoln Center Theater at the Belasco Theatre. In 2014, he was considered for a Tony Award nomination in the category of Best Performance by a Leading Actor in a Play for his work in the production of Act One at the Vivian Beaumont Theatre that was staged by Lincoln Center Theater. Both Tony Shalhoub and his wife had roles in Samuel Beckett's Happy Days, which ran in New York City in the months of June and July of 2015.In an Off-Broadway show by the Atlantic Theatre Company, he played the lead role in a musical version of the movie The Band's Visit.From November 11th, 2016 all the way through December 23rd, 2016, the musical was performed, with music and lyrics written by David Yazbek, and the book written by Itamar Moses. When the production transferred to Broadway, he returned to play the same character, at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre, where it debuted on November 9, 2017.As a result of his outstanding performance, he was presented the Tony Award for Best Actor in a Musical in 2018. In the 2017 version of The Price that was revived on Broadway, he also played the role of Walter Franz.

    Between the years 1986 and 1991, he appeared in a number of films and television shows in supporting parts before getting the part of taxi driver Antonio Scarpacci in the comedy Wings. Tony Shalhoub was happy to get the part after appearing as a waiter in an episode of season 2. In Season 3, he was given a recurring role.The name of the character was retained, but became a taxi driver instead. For the part, he tried to speak with an Italian accent. From 1991 to the conclusion of the show in 1997, Tony Shalhoub portrayed the character. Tony Shalhoub portrayed the main lead of physicist Dr. Chester Ray Banton in the season 2 segment of The X-Files titled "Soft Light," during the same time frame.This was the first episode that Vince Gilligan had written for the show. After Banton is trapped in a particle accelerator, which causes him to accidentally kill everyone near him, the government imprisons and torments him in an attempt to use his superpower as a weapon. 

    Tony Shalhoub movie roles after Wings included an excited producer consulted by John Turturro's persona in Barton Fink and a fast-talking attorney in The Man Who Wasn't There both directed by the Coen brothers.He then went on to act as a Cuban-American entrepreneur in Primary Colors, a cabby in Quick Change, as Jack Jeebs in the Men in Black movie, a lawyer in A Civil Action, in Thirteen Ghosts a widowed father, a brief part in the movie Gattaca, and a former TV star in Galaxy Quest. In the movie Big Night, he portrayed a chef who spoke Italian with an accent. In a segment of the popular NBC comedy Frasier titled "The Focus Group" in 1995, he appeared as an Arab newstand owner by the name of Manu Habbib. He provided his voice  for the computer game Fallout, which was released in 1997. In the high-budget thriller The Siege, which was released in 1998, Tony Shalhoub appeared with Denzel Washington, Annette Bening, and Bruce Willis. After the terrorist attacks in New York City, his role of FBI Special Agent Frank Haddad, who is also Lebanese American, was treated badly.In 1999, he made his comeback to the world of television, this time starring alongside Neil Patrick Harris in the main role of Stark Raving Mad.Because the program was unable to maintain a viewership, NBC decided to end the series in the year 2000.

    Tony Shalhoub starred in another show called Monk, after being away from TV for three years. In the show, which aired on the USA Network, Tony Shalhoub played the role of Adrian Monk, a detective who suffered from obsessive-compulsive disorder.Between the years 2003 and 2010, he was nominated for an Emmy Award as Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series eight times in a row, and he claimed the award three times in 2003, 2005 and 2006. In 2003, he also won the Golden Globe award for Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series – Musical or Comedy. During the COVID-19 epidemic in May 2020, NBC's Peacock streaming platform uploaded a series of videos to YouTube under the title "At-Home Variety Show."One of these was a Monk short that was called "Mr. Monk Shelters in Place." It starred Tony Shalhoub and his co-actors Traylor Howard, Jason Gray-Stanford, and Ted Levine, and it demonstrated how their characters were dealing with the epidemic.

    Tony Shalhoub started The Arab-American Filmmaker Award Competition in 2005 alongside the Network of Arab-American Professionals and Zoom-in-Focus Productions.Arab-American filmmakers were invited to submit their work, and the winner of the contest received a trip to Hollywood so that their script may be created.In the Hollywood parody film The Last Shot, which he starred in with Matthew Broderick and Alec Baldwin in 2004, he played a rough-around-the-edges small-time gangster with a passion for films.In the drama The Great New Wonderful, directed by Danny Leiner and released in 2006, he played the role of a psychotherapist working in New York City after the attacks of September 11. He featured in the horror movie 1408 as well as the off-Broadway stage production of The Scene as Charlie, in 2007.

    The Emmy-winning Amazon comedy show The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel features Tony Shalhoub as the Jewish-American math professor Abe Weissman, who is the father of Midge Maisel, played by Rachel Brosnahan. For his work narrating "The Cricket in Times Square," he was nominated for a Grammy in the category "Best Spoken Word Album for Children," in 2008. In the Disney/Pixar movie Cars, which was released in 2006, he voiced Luigi, a 1959 Fiat 500 who managed a tire store. The movies followup, Cars 2 and Cars 3, were released in 2011 and 2017, respectively. Tony Shalhoub provided the voice of Splinter in the movie Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, which was released in 2014, and he repeated the character in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows. Tony Shalhoub is a shareholder of Rezdora, an Italian restaurant with a Michelin star.

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    Short Bio of Tony Shalhoub

    Anthony Marcus Shalhoub is his born and real name. His date of birth is October 9,1953 and birthplace is Green Bay, Wisconsin, United States. By profession he is a American Actor. His Parents are Joseph (Joe) Shalhoub and Helen (nee Seroogy) Shalhoub. Helen (nee Seroogy) Shalhoub (Housewife) is his mother's name and Joseph (Joe) Shalhoub is his father's name. He has 4 siblings. In sibling he has 2 brothers and 2 sisters. His brothers name are Michael Shalhoub, Daniel Shalhoub. His sisters names are Susan Shalhoub Larkin, Jane Shalhoub.

    Tony Shalhoub Age and Height

    Tony Shalhoub Age and Height
    Name Anthony Marcus Shalhoub
    Age

    Years

    Height 5 Feet 10 Inches


    Tony Shalhoub Wiki and Biography

    Tony Shalhoub Wiki and Biography
    Born and Real Name Anthony Marcus Shalhoub
    Nickname Anthony
    Birthday October 9, 1953
    Age

    Years

    Profession American Actor
    Birthplace Green Bay, Wisconsin, United States
    Sun sign Libra
    Nationality American
    Ethnicity Not Known
    Religion Christianity
    Caste Not Known


    Tony Shalhoub Height, Weight and Body Measurements

    Tony Shalhoub Height, Weight and Body Measurements
    Height 5 Feet 10 Inches
    Weight 72 kg
    Body Measurements Not Known
    Eye Color Dark Brown
    Hair Color Black


    Tony Shalhoub Net Worth and Salary

    Tony Shalhoub Net Worth and Salary
    Net Worth USD $20 million
    Salary Not Known


    Tony Shalhoub Education Qualifications, School and College

    Tony Shalhoub Education Qualifications, School and College
    Educational Qualifications Graduate
    School Green Bay East High School,Yale School of Drama
    College University of Wisconsin-Green Bay,University of Southern Maine


    Tony Shalhoub Professional Life

    Tony Shalhoub Professional Life
    Profession American Actor
    Movie Debut Television series: Monk (2002–09) 
    Famous and well known American Actor


    Tony Shalhoub Family Details/ parents/ family background?

    Tony Shalhoub Family Details/ parents/ family background?
    Parents /Father Joseph (Joe) Shalhoub
    Parents /Mother Helen (nee Seroogy) Shalhoub
    Siblings/ Brothers Name Michael Shalhoub, Daniel Shalhoub
    Siblings/ Sisters Name Susan Shalhoub Larkin, Jane Shalhoub
    Wife Brooke Adams
    Children/Son's Name Not Known
    Children/Daughter's Name Josie Lynn Shalhoub, Sophie Shalhoub


    Tony Shalhoub Girlfriend/Wife/dating/Affairs?

    Tony ShalhoubGirlfriend/Wife/dating/Affairs?
    Wife/Spouse Name Brooke Adams
    Dating /Girlfriend Name/Affairs Brooke Adams


    Tony Shalhoub Marriage Details

    Tony Shalhoub Marriage Details
    Marital Status Married
    Wife/Spouse Name Brooke Adams
    Wedding dates/ Marriage date 1 April 1992


    Tony Shalhoub Home Address and Residence

    Tony Shalhoub Home Address and Residence
    Home town Green Bay, Wisconsin, United States
    House address Green Bay, Wisconsin, United States


    Tony Shalhoub Social Media Websites

    Tony Shalhoub Social Media Websites
    Facebook Not Known
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