Tony Wolf grew up in Rockville Centre, NY on Long Island and attended South Side High School. Known for his distinctive bass voice, the actor and singer studied with Sande Shurin's studio in New York City and improv comedy at UCB Theater. Favorite roles include Benvolio in "Romeo & Juliet" (national tour), Jacques in "As You Like It," Smudge in the harmony musical "Forever Plaid," and Banquo in "Macbeth." He has a degree in English Literature from Holy Cross College in Worcester, Massachusetts. His comedy videos have appeared on The Huffington Post and New York Magazine's entertainment site, Vulture.
TV commercials & industrials include: X-Men First Class Blu-Ray/DVD Release for VH1 (National); Sci-Fi Channel (National), Sony VAIO laptops, Marvin Windows. Radio commercials: ERA Real Estate, Port Authority
of NY/NJ, Fabrikant Jewelers.
Wolf provided voice-over narration for the acclaimed documentary "Grant Morrison: Talking With Gods" (Respect Films) and the mockumentary "Venus & Lola: Behind The Phenomenon." Upcoming film: "Love In Sound", "Girl Clown," "A Quarter Muppet" and "Found In Time."
He has appeared Off-Broadway at the Vineyard Theatre and has performed in various musical and non-musical readings and workshops in NYC with New Dramatists, BAM and The Public Theatre (including the role of Simon Stride in "Jekyll & Hyde" and Hal 9000 in the rock opera "Odyssey!" by Rob Lichter). Wolf has performed with Tony Award-winner Beth Leavel and Tony Award-nominees Liz Larsen, Barbara Walsh, and Stephanie D'Abruzzo.
He recently MC'd a benefit for pre-Juilliard teens at Lincoln Center's Merkin Concert Hall, which featured Elizabeth Pitcairn, violinist and owner of the famed $2 million Red Violin. Wolf sang for the past two years at the annual Beatles Ukuelele Festival at Brooklyn Bowl, a weekend of indie musicians performing tunes by the Fab Four organized by Roger Greenawalt. "Hipster Job," in which he made a cameo appearance as Naked Abe Lincoln, was an official selection of the LA Comedy Shorts Film Festival in 2010.
Wolf directed the short film "Inspiration" in 2007 and was the co-host of the The Action Room, an online geek culture radio & video show whose videos have been featured selections on Funny Or Die.com. He is also an illustrator (and an avid comic book/pop culture fan) and has provided storyboards for indie films. He loves smoothies.