The actor-comedian has harsh words for Donald Trump, however.
The hilarious gay comic on playing Trump’s overly communicative communications director.
America only had 10 days of Anthony Scaramucci as White House communications director. Heady days of a press secretary resignation, profane declarations about fellow White House staffers and a divorce made for the tabloids. But, now, with The Mooch on The Outs, the Long Island native can speak his mind. Kind of. [ more › ]
With Mario Cantone’s stint as impersonating The Mooch sadly not getting the longevity it deserves (hey, that’s politics!), The Mindy Project’s Fortune Feimster is now carving out her own niche to impersonate another member in Trump’s administration: Sarah Huckabee Sanders, y’all. And what do you know? She brought another letter ... More »
So long, farewell, auf Wiedersehen, the Mooch. Though Mario Cantone debuted his Anthony Scaramucci impression just last week, the wheels of Washington sped forward oh-so quickly and the onetime communications director is already out of a job. In a final appearance on The President Show, Cantone bid good-bye to Trump ... More »
"Do I really have to go? Now that our love is so new?"
Mario Cantone's Anthony Scaramucci returned to Comedy Central's 'The President Show' to bid farewell to POTUS and catch Steve Bannon in the act.
Actor Mario Cantone may be best known as Charlotte York’s eccentric interior decorator and wedding planner from seminal favorite Sex and the City, but he’s got a new splashy character to play, even though his story arc was ultimately short-lived. Cantone took on the role of former White House communications direction Anthony Scaramucci for a…
On last night’s The President Show, Anthony Atamanuik’s Trump declared that there’s “no more chaos” (above) at the top of the show, but that was quickly proved wrong, as Mario Cantone made what is likely a final appearance on… Read The post Mario Cantone’s Scaramucci Gets a Hilarious Goodbye Smooch from Trump: WATCH appeared first on Towleroad.
The Mooch’s dramatic farewell on ‘The President Show’ ended in a makeout session with Trump.
Farewell, Mooch. We hardly knew ye.
Mario Cantone is joining Melissa McCarthy on the unemployment line now that their gigs spoofing former Donald Trump employees Anthony Scaramucci and Sean Spicer are no longer relevant. And RadarOnline.com has exclusively learned that...Show More Summary
The Sex and the City alumni didn't wait for SNL to play Anthony Scaramucci.
It's the question on everyone's mind right now. We consider five candidates, beginning with 'Sex and the City' star Mario Cantone.
The stand-up comedian and ‘Sex and the City’ star dishes to Marlow Stern about how he came to play the fiery new White House comms director on ‘The President Show.’
The Daily Beast reports: There has already been much speculation about who will play Anthony Scaramucci on Saturday Night Live this fall, assuming President Trump’s new communications director still has his job by then. But The President Show has already called dibs on Sex and the City’s Mario Cantone. Show More Summary
It’s not Saturday Night Live, but Mario Cantone channeled the newly minted White House communications director, Anthony Scaramucci, on Comedy Central’s The President Show Thursday night — and he crushed it. “I’d like to introduce you to my favorite new team member who I will eventually betray, Anthony Scaramucci,” Anthony Atamanuik said as President Donald…
Which of Anthony Scaramucci’s endlessly-quotable quips from his New Yorker interview is your favorite? “Let me go, though, because I’ve gotta start tweeting some shit to make this guy crazy,” perhaps? After gamely saying he’d be up to the challenge of playing his doppelganger White House Communications Director Anthony Scaramucci, Mario Cantone ... More »
Comedy Central’s The President Show has found a ringer for new White House Communications Director Anthony Scaramucci in comic Mario Cantone, who most know from his role as Anthony Marentino on Sex and the City. Cantone was introduced by Anthon… Read The post Mario Cantone Has Found a Plum Role as Foul-Mouthed Anthony Scaramucci: WATCH appeared first on Towleroad.