Joseph Pilato

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Joseph Pilato (born March 16, 1949) is an American film and voice actor. He is perhaps best known for his performance as the psychotic Captain Rhodes in the 1985 film Day of the Dead. He was born in Boston, Massachussets in 1949 to a hardworking Italian family. His father was of Italian descent and was a professional trombonist with the Les Brown Orchestra. He was enrolled into Catholic school and became an altar boy, where his talent for acting was discovered. He was originally planning on being a lawyer before he discovered he had a talent for acting. He is left-handed and enjoys to play golf in his spare time. Pilato plays the guitar, accordion, and taught himself the trombone. He does not own a computer. He is close friends with Dawn of the Dead stars David Emge and Ken Foree. He often attends horror conventions and loves to meet his fans, often posing for pictures and signing autographs. In 1984, six years after the release of Dawn of the Dead, George A.
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