Tony Zanlungo


Tony Z on The

June 4, 2014

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See Tony on Cinemax’s New Series: “Topless Prophet”

See Tony on Cinemax’s New Series Topless Prophet
Link to: Cinemax After Dark

About the Series
This 10-part, unscripted late-night series goes behind the scenes at several Detroit-area “gentlemen’s clubs” owned by Alan Markovitz, a 30-year veteran of the rough-and-tumble world of adult entertainment and the self-proclaimed “most successful strip-club entrepreneur in America.”

Show airs on Cinemax After Dark on Fridays at midnight.

Tony in the Detroit News

September 10, 2013

Burning fat by day; acting by night

We were surprised when we caught local entrepreneur Tony Zanlungo in his… Read More From the Detroit News

Watch Tony on AMCs series LOW Winter SUN

July 30, 2013

You can see tony on AMCs series LOW Winter SUN Low Winter Sun: Season 1, Episode 4. Airing Sept 1st 2013

Tony will be Playing in the Celebrity CATCH Golf Classic

May 24, 2013

Tony will be playing in the annual Sparky Anderson CATCH Celebrity Charity Golf Classic. His team is the defending champion.

Monday, July 15, 2013
7:30 a.m. and 1 p.m. Tee Times
Meadowbrook Country Club, Northville

You can play golf with Tony by supporting his recommended Charities.

Athletes Unlimited –¬†Charity for Disabled Athletes|Basketball Charity

Catch – Sparky Anderson Charity for Children



Press Release

April 29, 2013

You may not immediately recognize the name Tony Zanlungo, but there’s a good chance you’d know his face. The very funny character actor is best known for his work on the History Channel’s hot, new reality TV show Pawn Stars.

He’s recently found himself getting his fair share of TV exposure. I spoke to Zanlungo about his new role on the Doritos and Pepsi MAX’s Crash the Super Bowl commercial, Dersey Shore. It is a hilarious parody of the TV show, Jersey Shore. You can also see his work on Auctioneer$, Rehab: Party at the Hard Rock Hotel, and just about everything else.

MMG: You do play a lot of these supporting roles. Would a starring role appeal to you, or is there something you like about being a bit on the side?

Tony: Certainly a starring role would appeal to me, but I love to play what I’ve gotten to play. I have been lucky, with guest roles and that whole ensemble. I love coming in and contributing to the overall mix. I read a lot of sitcoms and I don’t want to play the boring neighbor with dumb problems. Sometimes it’s a lot more fun to play the uptight business man or the customer that makes you laugh.