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Anthony Tullo hails from Oakville, Ontario. He began his acting and singing/songwriting career in his early teens. Anthony has starred in several television and film projects including many national voiceover campaigns throughout Canada and the US. After guest starring in shows like Liberty Street, the CBC’s Mutant X and CITYTV’s The Relic Hunter,  he landed a supporting lead role in the feature film A Friday Night Datestarring Casper Van Dien (Melrose Place) and Catherine Oxenburg (Dynasty).
Anthony has been penning songs since his teens including “Shy Girl” and “Just Like Yesterday” which attracted major label interest here in Canada at the time, and he performed at the CNE Bandshell before 10,000 fans. Anthony wrote one of the songs for the soundtrack of film A Secret Cross entitled “Darlington” which attracted uber-producer Jack Lenz’s attention. Recently a stunning ballad entitled “Sinner In My Soul” has been trending on Reverbnation for 14 weeks and Anthony was added to their home page Feature Artist section.
Anthony has hit radio airwaves in Canada with Back that truck up and his new single Oil as well as One Day which has been making waves in the UK. He recently has been featured on the Canadian prime television show CP24 and he has made the cover of the top Canadian social media magazine CASHBOX Canada with an exclusive story on him and the album Switching Tracks. He was selected from thousands from Sonicbid to showcase at the CMW week May 8th in Toronto Canada.

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