John Magaro Bio, Wiki, Age, Family, Wife, Net Worth, Height, Movies, TV Shows

John Magaro is an American actor best known for his roles in the film Not Fade Away, in the films The Big Short and Carol, as well as the Netflix series Orange Is the New Black and The Umbrella Academy.

John Magaro Profile

John Magaro is an American actor best known for his roles in the film Not Fade Away, in the films The Big Short and Carol, as well as the Netflix series Orange Is the New Black and The Umbrella Academy. In 2016, he made his Broadway debut as Earl Williams, an escaped convict, in the smash hit revival of The Front Page.

John Magaro Age

Magaro is 38 years old as of 2021. He was born John Robert Magaro on 16 February 1983 in Akron, Ohio, United States. He celebrates his birthday on 16 February.

John Magaro Height

Magaro stands at a height is 5 feet 6 inches(1.7 m).

John Magaro Family

Magaro was born in the nearby suburb of Munroe Falls, the son of Wendy and James Magaro. His father is of Italian ancestry, and his mother is Jewish; he was raised according to his mother’s religion. His parents were both educators.

John Magaro Wife

Magaro is married to Janice Hong. The couple wedded on 10th December 2016 and has a daughter who was born in March 2021.

John Magaro Net Worth

Magaro has an estimated net worth of $2 Million.

Quick Facts About John Magaro

Full Name John Robert Magaro
Age 38 years old
Nationality American
Spouse Janice Hong
Net Worth $2 Million

John Magaro Commercials

As a child, John Magaro appeared in television commercials and appeared in an episode of Rescue 911. John was also a member of the Stow-Monroe Falls swim team.

John Magaro The Umbrella Academy

Magaro portrays Leonard Peabody in the Netflix adaption of The Umbrella Academy. Leonard Peabody is a character who became Vanya Hargreeves’ love interest and the main antagonist of the first season of the Netflix adaptation. In the show, John Magaro plays the character. Klaus sought her out after discovering a diary written by Reginald about Vanya that had been thrown into a trash can.

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John Magaro Photo

Five discovers Leonard’s name on an order meant for Cha Cha while working at the Temps Commission. The note implies that Jenkins is the cause of the apocalypse, and it reads “Protect Harold Jenkins.” When Five returns, Diego obtains his criminal file and discovers that Leonard’s real name is Harold, confirming Allison’s initial concern about him.

Leonard takes Vanya to his grandmother’s house in order to persuade her to use her powers. Allison returns to Vanya and tells her the truth about Leonard, but Vanya is irritated by Allison’s involvement in her love life. Vanya nearly kills Allison by slitting her throat with her violin bow when Allison feels she needs to use her power to stop Vanya’s rage. Leonard returns to find what he believes to be Allison’s dead body, prompting Vanya and him to flee. Leonard begs her to exact revenge on her family, but when she refuses, he begins to mock her, repeatedly hitting a book and calling her ordinary and weak, prompting her to use her powers to violently kill him.

John Magaro The Big Short, Carol

Magaro appeared as Charlie Geller: one half of Brownfield Fund, who discover Vennett’s prospectus and also decide to short the housing market in The Big Short. The film is notable for using unconventional techniques to explain financial instruments. It includes cameos by actors Margot Robbie, Anthony Bourdain, Selena Gomez, and economist Richard Thaler, who break the fourth wall to explain concepts like subprime mortgages and synthetic collateralized debt obligations. Several of the film’s characters, most notably Gosling’s, who serves as narrator, address the audience directly.

The Big Short had a limited release in the United States on December 11, 2015, followed by a wide release by Paramount Pictures on December 23. The film was a critical and commercial success, grossing $133 million on a $50 million budget and receiving praise for the cast’s performances, McKay’s direction, editing, and screenplay. In addition to nominations for Best Picture, Best Director, Best Supporting Actor, and Best Film Editing, the film won the Academy Award for Best Adapted Screenplay.

John Magaro Orange Is the New Black

Magaro portrays Vince Muccio who married Lorna Morello in the final episode of Season Three. He appeared in three episodes of Orange Is the New Black Season Three, including the season finale “Trust No Bitch,” “Ching Chong Chang,” and “A Tittin’ and a Hairin’.” Seasons four and five also feature him. Muccio is a sensitive individual who is also very strong and protective of his wife. And, like his beloved wife, he is very handsome and Italian. Muccio is a Caucasian man of average height with brown hair, brown eyes, and a stubby beard. He is frequently seen with a gold chain around his neck.

John Magaro Law & Order

Magaro played three different characters in Law & Order: Special Victims Unit and Conviction. one of his characters is Andrew Hingham, an escaped teenage mental patient who evaded being raped by presiding psychiatrist Fran Stanton. Andrew was then given daily dosages and sent to group seminars, where he met and befriended Ken Randall, who related to him because he had a strained relationship with his father. He met street hustler Jack Robinson and began working with him on con jobs.

At a wedding reception, Robinson became inebriated and attempted to orally rape Andrew, causing Andrew to have a post-traumatic episode and kill Robinson by pushing him back and hitting his head. To avoid being found, Andrew panicked and beat Robinson’s face in, as well as leaving his own wallet. He was eventually found after a failed attempt to arrest him, where he had a manic episode and gave a full confession to Ken before he could get legal representation.

He was released on bail, however, by Fran, who medicated him, and Detective Odafin Tutuola and FBI agent George Huang discovered Andrew spiraling from the drugs and heard the baby crying. When Andrew revealed his relationship with Stanton but did not name her, Detective Olivia Benson informed him that Stanton falsely accused him of rape in order to keep him away from his girlfriend, the alleged “victim.”

Disgusted, he told the detectives about Stanton’s abuse and pregnancy, which led to her arrest. In the end, he was completely exonerated, while Stanton was convicted and imprisoned, and Andrew was given custody of his son and reunited with Mallory and his mother. At Stanton’s sentencing, he cried after hearing her final statement, which did not directly admit her guilt, and after she said she would wait for him.

John Magaro TV Shows

  • 2006 – Conviction
  • 2007 – Law & Order
  • 2009 – Taking Chance
  • 2010 – Law & Order: Special Victims Unit
  • 2011 – Body of Proof
  • 2012 – Person of Interest
  • 2013 – The Greatest Event in Television History
  • 2015 – Law & Order: Special Victims Unit
  • 2015–2019 – Orange Is the New Black
  • 2015–2016 – The Good Wife
  • 2016 – Angie Tribeca
  • 2016 – Crisis in Six Scenes
  • 2018 – Jack Ryan
  • 2019 – The Umbrella Academy

John Magaro Movies

  • 2005 – Prisoners of War
  • 2006 – Level Red
  • 2007 – Bomb
  • 2008 – Assassination of a High School President
  • 2009 – The Box
  • 2010 – My Soul to Take
  • 2011 – Down the Shore
  • 2012 – Liberal Arts
  • 2013 – Deep Powder
  • 2014 – Unbroken
  • 2015 – Don’t Worry Baby
  • 2016 – The Finest Hours
  • 2017 – War Machine
  • 2018 – Overlord
  • 2019 – First Cow
  • 2020 – Sylvie’s Love
  • 2021 – The Birthday Cake
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