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He was the son of Elisa and Gennaro Gardenia Scognamiglio. After emigrating to the United States as a child, he lived most of his life in Brooklyn (New York). In 1967 participated in the chapter There Goes the Ballgame of the famous series in the Sixties, The Fugitive, with David Janssen, with the paper of Gibbs, like agent of the police looking for the Dr. Kimble, that had been witness in the kidnapping from the daughter of a newspaper owner Martin Balsam. In 1972, he won the Tony Award as a revelation actor for his performance on The Prisoner of Second Avenue and in 1979 he would be nominated as best actor in the musical Ballroom. In addition, he would be nominated for the Oscar in the category of best supporting actor for his performances in Death of a Player (1973) and Hechizo de Luna (1987). And on television, Gardenia would win an Emmy in 1990 in the category of best supporting actor in a miniseries in the serial Age-Old Friends.
Gardenia would die of a myocardial infarction in Philadelphia in 1992 at the age of 70. Gardenia is buried in the Saint Charles Cemetery in Farmingdale, Long Island, New York.
The part of 16th Avenue between Cropsey Avenue and Shore Parkway in Bensonhurst, Brooklyn, New York, where he lived until his death, has been renamed Vincent Gardenia Boulevard in his honor.
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