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Joey Aresco
Joey Aresco
Joey Aresco
General Actor Information
Gender: Male
Born: (1949-08-22) August 22, 1949 (age 67)
Birthplace Indianapolis, Indiana, U.S.
Occupation/
Career:
Actor
Years active: 1976-present
Appearances/Series information
Appeared on: Night Court
Episode(s)
appeared in:
"The Former Harry Stone" in Season 1
Appears as: Ronald McKenzie

Joey Aresco (born August 22, 1949) appeared as Ronald McKenzie in the Season 1 episode titled "The Former Harry Stone". Among his many roles on television, Joey is perhaps best known for his role as Sgt. John David "Hutch" Hutchinson in the NBC television series Baa Baa Black Sheep, where he co-starred with John Larroquette, who was also a cast regular on the series.

CareerEdit

TV series guest rolesEdit

From his early guest starring roles on 1970's TV shows, such as Cannon, Baretta and The Streets of San Francisco, Joey has since then appeared in guest roles in many other successful TV shows, which include CHiPs, Kojak, The Rockford Files, and Dynasty. He also appeared as "Brull" in the Star Trek: The Next Generation third season episode "The Vengeance Factor" in 1989.

In 1979, Joey was featured in several episodes of the NBC comedy series Supertrain, on which Charlie Brill also worked several times. Aresco was also a regular on the drama series Capitol in 1985. In 1988 he joined the cast of the NBC soap opera Santa Barbara, portraying Carlo along with series regular Nicolas Coster, and the following year he portrayed Boomer in several episodes of CBS-TV's Dallas. In 1998 he portrayed Anthony Moreno in the soap opera General Hospital.

FilmEdit

Aresco's first film work were the television movies Target Risk (1975) and McNaughton's Daughter (1976). He also appeared in the sport comedy Racquet (1979), the comedy Swing Shift (1984), the horror film The Hidden (1987), the horror film Sleepwalkers (1992), and the crime drama Dillinger and Capone (1995).

Further film credits include the television movies The Wedding Dress (2001) and Mob Princess (2003) and the comedy sequel Blonde and Blonder (2008). In 2011 he portrayed Frank Falucci in the comedy The Big Year, with Corbin Bernsen.


After making his home in Los Angeles for many years, Joey currently resides in Vancouver, Canada.

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