Bobby Di Cicco is an actor from America. He has an Italian descent. He is popularly known for his role as Tony in I Wanna Hold Your Hand (1978). He has acted in films as well as television.
As of 2023, Bobby Di Cicco's net worth is estimated to be $4 million.
|Net Worth||$4 million|
|Given Name||Robert Leonard Dicicco|
|Famous Name||Bobby Di Cicco|
|Source(s) of Fame||Actor|
|Date of Birth||June 7, 1954|
|Place of Birth||Itasca, Illinois, USA|
|Relationships||Married, Margo Malkin,|
Bobby Di Cicco was born on the 7th of June, 1954 in Itasca, Illinois, USA.
He has never talked much about his early life in an interview or show. He has not even disclosed any information about his parents, childhood, or siblings.
He naturally had acting skills from a very young age, so he didn’t feel the need to get any training or education for it.
Bobby made his debut in the film industry in 1978. His first role was his most popular one. He played the role of Tony Smerko in I Wanna Hold Your Hand. The same year he was seen in Towing as Tony. In 1984, he was seen as Jim Parker in an adventure, action film ‘The Philadelphia Experiment.
Bobby is a versatile actor. He played the role of Wally Stephens in a comedy film 1941. Other comedy films include Movie Madness, Night Shift (1982), She’s Back (1989), and Splash (1984).
In 1980, Bobby played the role of Pvt. Vinci-1st Squad in The Big Red One. The film was based on the survival of an infantry unit in World War 2.
In 1981, Bobby made his television debut. He was seen as Steve Smith in One Day at a Time. He continued his film and television career side-by-side. He acted in a variety of films. His horror movies include The Supernaturals (1986) and Ghoulies IV (1994). Bobby has acted in many thriller movies including Thieves After Dark (1983), Wavelength (1983), Number One with a Bullet (1987), Double Revenge (1988), A Man Called Sarge (1990), Frame Up (1991), and Killing obsession (1994). Bobby has also acted in action and crime-based films. This genre includes The Baby Doll Murders (1993) and The Last Hour (1991). Bobby’s television career includes Scandal Sheet, Tales From the Darkside, The Equaliser, Murder, She Wrote, and The Night Of.
Bobby was last seen in 2018, in a mystery, drama An Interview with God. Bobby has also voiced the character of Thon in an animated comedy All Dogs Go To Heaven 2.
Bobby Di Cicco got married to Margo Malkin in 1984. The couple neither shared any information about their relationship prior to their marriage nor did they discuss how or where the wedding ceremony was held.
They have two beautiful daughters now, Jessica Dicicco and Katie Dicicco. Jessica is a voice actor while Katie is a singer and actress. Jessica is famous for voicing a number of cartoon characters such as Lynn Loud in The Loud House Movie (2021) and Maggie in The Buzz of Maggie (2005-2006). Katie is famous for her role in The Deviants (2004) and her songs Sugar Killer and Forbidden.
Bobby keeps himself away from controversies. He has a clean profile so far.
Bobby Di Cicco is not active on social media platforms. He does not have an Instagram or Twitter account. He keeps the happenings of his life personal. He does not share his private life with his fans on social media websites.
Bobby Di Cicco is a versatile actor. He became popular right from the beginning of his career. He has received alot of love and appreciation from his fans because of his acting skills. He has garnered a net worth of $4 million as of 2022.
Bobby Di Cicco has sometimes been associated with other Actors such as Richard Reeves, Hugh O'Connor, Gil Gerard, Sigrid Valdis, Halo Meadows, Rozina, John Adam, Gail Russell, and Pucky Ali.