Born and raised in Anaheim, California, Tony Revolori is an American actor. He is well known for his multi-award-nominated portrayal of Zero Moustafa feature film The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014) and Spider-Man: Far From Home (2019). The actor also had major roles in the 2015 film Dope and the 2016 movie The 5th Wave.
Tony Revolori was born on April 28, 1996, in Anaheim, CA, under the birth sign of Taurus. He holds an American nationality and belongs to a white ethnic group.
Son of Mario Quinonez (father), an actor and Sonia Quiñonez. H (mother), he was raised by his parents, in Anaheim, California, along with his brother Mario Revolori Jr. who is also an American actor.
The American actor is not married yet and is possibly living a single life, as of now. Well, he has kept his personal life low profile and has not involved in any public relationship.
He is active on social media like Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. Especially on Instagram whereas he has more than 120k follower. He regularly posts about his work, family, and friends.
Currently, he is enjoying his single life and focusing on his professional life rather than his personal life.
Tony has an estimated net worth of $1 million, as of May 2019. He earns a good amount from his movies and TV series and also gathers his fortune with some ads, TV commercials, and brand endorsements.
Even now, Revolori is yet to disclose his earnings but is claimed to earn hundreds of thousand dollars. Well, the average salary of an actor/actress ranges from $48,252–$52,928.
At the age of 2, he got his first role in a baby food commercial and made his professional debut as an actor playing a young boy in the film Nebraska.
In 2008, Tony played in the movie Smothe, in which he acted the role of Waylon. His first major and notable role came up in the movie The Grand Budapest Hotel, in which he appeared Zero Moustafa, in 2014.
Moreover, he has appeared in several movies and television films including Special Delivery, Umrika, Ernesto, and Sons of Tucson.
Recently, the American actor appeared as Chuy in Lowriders in 2016. He also played in the role of ‘Flash Thompson’ in the 2017 movie Spider-Man: Homecoming and is set to show up in the upcoming film, Spider-Man: Far From Home.
He received nominations for numerous awards including Best Young Performer Award, Best Performance by a Youth Male Award, Best Supporting Actor, and Best Performance by a Young Actor Award.
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