Actor Aaron Ronnie Almani was recently seen on the set of “The Gemini Lounge,” the latest American crime drama thriller genre film directed by Danny A. Abeckaser. The film, written by Kosta Kondilopoulos, is based on the classic story based on true events in the life of an 80s-era head gangster, Roy Demeo. IMDb describes the film as “After a meltdown, a demoted detective is given the opportunity to go undercover and take down the mob’s most ruthless killer, but his life and only chance at redemption spiral out of control as he loses himself in the role.”
Diving deeper into the works of actor Aaron Ronnie Almani, a new film credit appears on his IMDB, confirming he will be starring in Season 2 of Crash the System, a highly rated comedy sci-fi TV miniseries that is currently on Amazon Prime and Tubi TV. Almani plays the role of an Israeli Mossad agent in Crash the System. The series is described to be about “An unwilling man (Tim Lonergan) becomes a pawn to the weapons tech industry and decides to fight against it.”
Crash the System is written by legendary 90’s comedian Kamal Ahmed from ‘The Jerky Boys’ an American comedy act from Queens, New York City, New York, who have sold over 8,000,000 albums since their 1993 debut and recently made a comeback in 2020.
Aaron Ronnie Almani has 4 award wins & 1 nomination in the film industry and is best known for his acting roles in Mob Town (2019), Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (1999), and The Reunion (2011). He made his mark while producing The Mersey Boys: A Letter from Al Moran, based on the novel of Steven G. Farrell. And is currently in pre-production for his new film, which he will be executive producer of and star as a lead. Aside from acting, Almani is the founder of Almani Diamonds, a high-end jewelry line. Keep a lookout for his latest film projects and keep up with his latest feed on all official social links below.
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