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Name: Adam LaVorgna  
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Date of Birth: 1st March 1981
Place of Birth: New Haven, Connecticut, USA
Profession: Actor
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Adam Lavogna (born March 1, 1981 in New Haven,Connecticut) Raised with his three siblings in New Haven, LaVorgna has been appearing on television and film since the early age of three when he first appeared on the daytime series As the World Turns. Other television work included the role of a young Frank Sinatra at the age of ten in the miniseries Sinatra and appearances in the miniseries Degree of Guilt and Blood Brothers.

LaVorgna starred as Nicholas Scamperelli in the highly praised series Brooklyn Bridge, for which he received the 1993 Youth in Film Award for Best Actor. He then joined 7th Heaven as a series regular portraying Robbie Palmer, Mary's (Jessica Biel) troubled ex-boyfriend who has moved into the family home.

On the silver screen, LaVorgna has a number of film roles to his credit, including I'll Be Home For Christmas with Jonathan Taylor Thomas and Jessica Biel, Beautician and the Beast with Fran Drescher, Milk Money with Melanie Griffith and Ed Harris, Monkey Trouble and Blast. More recently, he appeared in two independent features: Outside Providence and The Bumblebee Flies Away.

The youngest of three siblings, LaVorgna resides in Los Angeles, but still enjoys visiting his parents in Connecticut when he can. In his free time, he loves to shoot hoops with his buds.

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