Tony Revolori

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Revolori in 2015, photo by PrPhotos

Birth Name: Anthony Quiñonez

Place of Birth: Anaheim, California, U.S.

Date of Birth: April 28, 1996

Ethnicity: Guatemalan [Spanish, Indigenous, possibly other]

Tony Revolori is an American actor. He starred as Zero Moustafa in The Grand Budapest Hotel, and has also had roles in the films The Perfect Game, Dope, The 5th Wave, Lowriders, Table 19, the Spider-Man series, The Long Dumb Road, The Sound of Silence, and Scream VI.

His parents, Sonia Rodriguez and Mario Quiñonez, are from Jutiapa, Guatemala. His father acted in Guatemala. Tony’s brother, Mario Revolori, is also an actor.

Revolori is the surname of Tony’s paternal grandmother.

Sharon Waxman of The Wrap wrote in 2015 that Tony is “an American born of Guatemalan parents but with Italian, Hispanic, Native American and Jewish roots.” It is not clear from where Tony’s Italian and/or Jewish ancestry may come from.

11 Responses

  1. andrew says:

    Yes, that is a very common surname in Guatemala:

  2. Lorenzo Spitaleri says:

    The surname is not italian, but likely a misspelling of “Revolorio”.

  3. lichnomusic says:

    Looks Latino

  4. Jamesson says:

    He may look South Asian but his facial hair still confirms he is a Mestizo by looks alone.

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