American actor Philip Michael Bosco was born on September 26, 1930, in Jersey City, New Jersey and died on December 3, 2018.
Bosco was best known for his Tony Award-winning execution as Saunders in the 1989 creation of Lend Me a Tenor and for his featuring job in the 2007 film The Savages.
He was the child of Margaret Raymond (née Thek), a policewoman, and Philip Lupo Bosco, a festival specialist.
Bosco’s dad was of Italian drop and his mom was of German family line.
He went to St. Dwindle’s Preparatory School in Jersey City and later examined Drama at the Catholic University of America, where he had eminent accomplishment in the title job of Shakespeare’s Richard III.
Bosco wedded a kindred Catholic University understudy, Nancy Ann Dunkle, on January 2, 1957.
They had seven kids, Jenny, Diane, Philip, Chris, John, Lisa, Celia and 15 grandkids.
Bosco dwelled in Haworth, New Jersey.
Bosco died at his home in Haworth, New Jersey of complications from dementia.