Floyd Vivino, also known as Uncle Floyd, is an American television, film, and stage performer primarily known for his comedy/variety TV show The Uncle Floyd Show.
|Born:||Floyd Vivino, October 19, 1951, Paterson, New Jersey, United States|
|Occupation:||TV & radio host, musician, actor|
|Awards:||Guinness Book of World Records - longest time playing a piano|
|IMDb:||Floyd Vivino's IMDb|
About Floyd Vivino
Television personality who hosted The Uncle Floyd Show from 1974 to 1998. He also appeared in episodes of Cosby and Law & Order and was a frequent guest on a radio program called The Wiseguys Show.
He attended Glen Rock High School in New Jersey.
He became the host of a New York radio program called The Italian Serenade.
He grew up with two brothers: Jimmy and Jerry.
David Bowie recorded the song "Slip Away" in 2002 as a tribute to Vivino.
Information related to Floyd Vivino
- Actors from Paterson, New Jersey
- Male actors from New Jersey