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Michael Musto was born on December 3, 1955 in Brooklyn, New York City, New York, USA. He is an actor, known for Vamp Bikers (2013), The Smurfs (2011) and Vamp Bikers Tres (2016). See full bio »

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Vamp Bikers Hedda Hopper
The Smurfs Party Guest
Vamp Bikers Tres Hedda Hopper
It's Me, Matthew! Therapist


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 2019 Japanese Borscht
 2017 Scumbag
Passenger 1
 2016 Vamp Bikers Tres
Hedda Hopper
 2015 Vamp Bikers Dos
Hedda Hopper
 2015 See U Next Tuesday (TV Series)
 2013 Vamp Bikers
Hedda Hopper
 2013 Fire Island '79 (Short) (voice)
 2011 The Smurfs
Party Guest
 2008 It's Me, Matthew! (Short)
 2006 La Dolce Vita (Video)
Fashion Show Guest
 2002 Operation Midnight Climax
Hugh T. Franklin
 2000 Herschel Hopper: New York Rabbit
Party Planner (voice)
 2000 Best Actress (TV Movie)
Michael Musto
 1993 Night Owl
Club M.C.
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Celebrity and entertainment columnist for the weekly newspaper, The Village Voice, in New York.

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[on the Pavilion on Fire Island] This past summer, I went to the Pavilion for low tea with cable star, Robin Byrd, her husband, and some friends. It was so hot the dogs were sticking to the boardwalk. And it was even more broiling inside the Pavilion because of the intense body heat and the lack of any kind of overpowering air-conditioning system. But Byrd started performing a flag dance, waving ... See more »


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