Tony King
Tony King (Roy)
... you may call him by his last name or if you're slightly bolder, "Your Majesty" is what this young man prefers. Tony King has always felt honored to be included in the Talented Talent Brothers' group. He hails from Rock Hill, South Carolina and is a proud son of the South. When people say the South will rise again, what they're actually referring to is Tony King. He came to New York in 1999 to study acting at the American Musical and Dramatic Academy. Mr. King has starred Off-Broadway as Milton Derby in Mother Tongue and Andrew in Grease Pan Alley. Some Off-Off Broadway credits include Tom Wingvalley in Christopher Durang's For Whom The Southern Bell Tolls and Buck in Betty's Summer Vacation. Touring for a year with Chamber Theatre, Tony had the pleasure of playing such roles as the narrator in an adaptation of Poe's The Tell-Tale Heart and Jim Smiley in The Celebrated Jumping Frog of Caleveras County. For his most recent film "his Majesty" moped around and acted desperately strange in Crossing Over. As a man of character and charm, Tony would also like to dedicate his performance to all the girls he's never loved before (Melissa Jo Talent, etc.). Tony thanks those women that he loves for their support (Mom, Grandma, Colleen [love you baby! {she's my little sugar pie}]).