Dominic Zamprogna

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Tuesday Fast Five With Dominic Zamprogna

What is the last thing you listened to in your car? “Led Zeppelin. ‘Fool in the Rain’, to be particular.”. What’s the last thing you bought online? “Probably a pair of sneakers.”. Who would be your dream artist to see perform live? “Unfortunately, I missed...
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Dominic Zamprogna offers insight into his alter ego

What do you like best about the character? “I feel like he’s always been super-loyal and I’ve always liked that about him. He’s always been trustworthy and someone who’s got your back. He’s solid. He’s kind of like the glue.”. What do you...
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‘General Hospital’: Dominic Zamprogna Talks Dante & Sam’s ‘Contrarian Dynamic’

It appears as if the General Hospital good guys are finally going to get their man — Peter August (Wes Ramsey) — now that they’ve gotten a lead on the evil villain and Maxie’s (Kirsten Storms) whereabouts. For Dante Falconeri, played by Dominic Zamprogna, it’s deeply personal given that Peter escaped his custody and shot his pal/boss Mac Scorpio (John J. York) the last time he got away.

General Hospital’s Dominic Zamprogna Gets Wheel About His ‘Kidlife Crisis’

There’s nothing like a red sports car to brighten up your life — and driveway. As kids, we all have dreams of owning one thing or another when we get older and sometimes those dreams come true, as one did for General Hospital’s Dominic Zamprogna (Dante). The ABC fave let fans in on his exciting new purchase — a bright red sports car!
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Quick Take With Dominic Zamprogna

Dante has had fraught dealings with the Cassadines in the past, so how does he react to Victor being alive? “He thought Victor was dead six, seven years ago or whenever that was, so his first reaction is that it’s messed up that he’s not! The most surprising thing about Victor, for Dante, is that he seems to really care for Obrecht. That throws everybody for a loop. The actor playing him, Charles [Shaughnessy], is an awesome guy, and it’s so cool working with him. He’s such a class act and a great actor.”