Gino Anthony Pesi is an American actor best known for his role in the NBC series “Shades Of Blue”, he played the role of James Nava. He is an actor, producer, writer, and editor. This article will provide you with all the relevant information about the “Shades Of Blue” star.
Gino Anthony Pesi Bio: Age, Early Life, Parents, Ethnicity
Gino was born on the 3rd of November in the year 1980, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA. He is an American national and inherits three-quarters Italian and one-quarter Croatian ethnicity from his parents. Growing up as a single child, raised in Monongahela Valley, Gino had great admiration for sports and entertainment.
Gino Anthony Pesi Education Details
Gino started high school in Geibel Catholic Junior-Senior high school in Connellsville and transferred to Charleroi High School, graduating in 1999. He has a degree in Conservatory Performing Arts from Point Park University.
Gino Anthony Pesi Career Details
Gino was famous for his role as James Nava in the NBC series “Shades Of Blue”. He bagged many big hit movies like “Battle Los Angeles”, “Ambitions” and “Hidden In Plain Sight”. Since he had a knack for sports Gino loved playing baseball but eventually had to quit, as had to perform for a school play “The Glass Menagerie.”
Gino moved to LA in pursuit of his acting career. Gina got successful after facing his share of hardship for 15 years, in 2011, he was featured in “SWAT” Fireflight 2011.
Gino Anthony Pesi Dating History And Marriage Details
Gino never discussed about his relationship and he has been very secretive about it, but Gino became the gossip point for magazines and tv shows when he was featured with Jennifer Lopez in an intimate scene for “Shades Of Blue,” there were rumors of Gino dating Jennifer Lopez, but they were never seen together. Gino also had an on-screen relationship with Alex Rodriguez.
Gino was diagnosed with acromegaly in 2013 which was the toughest phase of his life according to the Shades Of Blue” actor. In an interview with Will Thorne, Gino shares complete details of exactly what happened to him. He said:
When I was shooting “42,” I was going through terrible medical issues. Over the course of five years, there was a list of about 10 symptoms I had, and my health was declining in many ways. I had been to five different doctors and they were all telling me that it was symptoms of old age. I went home to Pittsburgh for about a week and I was dedicated to figuring out what was wrong with me. I took the list of symptoms. I learned what all of the blood work meant. I sat down and taught myself everything, looked everything up, and then I saw that something was maybe slightly off with one of my hormones. I thought, Well, they didn’t test my growth hormones. So I paid for my own lab work. The test came back really high. I walked the results into the doctor’s office and I said,
I think I have a tumor in my pituitary, and I think it’s caused a disease in my body called acromegaly