Don DiPaolo's acting career spans film, theatre and commercials. His range of characters can be intense, emotional and humorous in nature.
Some of Don’s notable film credits include, Love And The Small Print, which debuted at The Cannes Film Festival, Customer Appreciation, Trapped and Perception.
Notable theatre credits include several Off-Broadway productions, including a revival of Stephen Belber's Tape and the world premiere of Owned by Julian Sheppard, both of which he produced with his company, Knife Edge Productions. Other productions include: The Seagull, Shopping and F@#king and Jekyll and Hyde.
Don also wrote, created and acted in Guys In A Hot Tub Talking, a successful comedic web series that examines what guys talk about when no one is listening.
Don graduated from the William Esper Studio in NYC, where he studied with legendary acting teacher, William Esper. Don has also worked with some of the best teachers in the business including Maggie Flanigan, Andrea Haring, Lenard Petit, Barbara Garrick, Sam Christensen and Joseph Pearlman.
Don is an accomplished musician. He attended William Paterson University, where he studied jazz and classical performance. He is a talented drummer and was the drummer for Island Recording artists Mach Five. They wrote and performed the theme song for the NBC’s show Wind on Water, featuring Bo Derek.