Carmen Argenziano graduated from the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York City in 1964. He spent the next two years studying with Sandy Meisner at the Wynn Handman studio at Carnegie Hall.Relocating in L. A. He studied with Lee Grant, Peggy Feury and Lee Strasberg eventually becoming a member of The Actors Studio.He went on to work with Martin Landau, Mark Rydell and Lou Antonio. A veteran of waiver theatre he received the L.A. Drama Critics Award for his performance in Thomas Babe's " A prayer for my daughter." His first film role was In Peter Watkin's " Punishment Park." Over 200 film and TV roles followed. I've been a working actor for 50 years. I know how important it is and how empowering it is to stay close to the work and the joy of it.