Dominic Zamprogna is a Canadian actor and voice artist, best recognized for his portrayal of Dante Falconeri on the soap opera, General Hospital. Also, the talented actor is known for his appearances in the film The Boys Club (1996). Currently, he is married to Linda Leslie and shares three children.
Born in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, on April 21, 1979, he shares the birth sign of Taurus. He holds Canadian citizenship and belongs to a mixed (Italian- English) ethnicity.
He is raised by his parents Lou Zamprogna (dancer, choreographer) and Pauline Zamprogna (actress) along with his twin sister namely, Amanda Zamprogna and Gema Zamprogna.
Zamprogna attended the University of Toronto briefly, but left, later noting “I was no good at school work”.
A Canadian actor is a married man. Zamprogna shared his wedding vows with his longtime girlfriend, Linda Leslie on November 1, 2009.
Furthermore, she hasn’t revealed more details regarding her personal life in the media. Also, there is no information about their current relationship status.
They became parents on October 19, 2010. Dominic gave birth to their first child, daughter Anbilliene Zamprogna.
They welcomed their second daughter, Eliana Zamprogna on December 30, 2012. However, the pair are leading a happily married life and enjoying their life with their daughters.
Zamprogna’s net worth is around $1 million, as of April 2019. He earns a very attractive income from his professional career.
The main source of earnings is from his films and series. Besides that, he gains from ads, commercials, and endorsement deals as well.
According to some sources, the average wage for professional singers can earn around $48,000-$65,000 annually and an actor earns around $48,0000 annually. So, he might be receiving a similar amount.
The actor debuted his career in 1991 in the action thriller F/X2. The movie collected $21.1 at the box office.
Similarly, at the age of 18, Zamprogna appeared in the film The Boys Club, in 1997. He was cast as Mark Deosdade in the Canadian teen drama series Edgemont, in 2000.
Likewise, Dominic played in nine episodes of Battlestar Galactica, as well as in several movies.
In 2009, he joined the cast of ABC’s daytime soap opera General Hospital as Dante Falconeri.
In addition, Dominic was nominated for Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series three times for General Hospital (1963).