John F. Altieri is an American singer and stage actor. Altieri was born in Brockton, Massachusetts. He graduated from Cardinal Spellman High School in 1987, where he participated in plays and acting. Altieri went on to earn a Bachelor of Theater Literature at Duke University, as president of Hoof 'n' Horn, a student-run theater company. In 1991, Altieri moved west to Los Angeles, California, where he received a master's degree in fine arts from the University of California, Los Angeles. Much of Altieri's career has focused on a series of regional theaters in California. His theatrical credits include The Two Gentlemen of Verona, performed in San Jose, California; Threepenny Opera House, performed in Long Beach, CA and Romance by David Mamet, took place in San Diego. In addition to his acting career, he worked at the Idyllwild Academy of the Arts in California, a summer camp for children focused on theater, for fifteen years.
The singer and stage actor played Bob Crewe in the Jersey Boys musical and died of pneumonia in 2008.
He obtained a BA in Dramatic Literature from Duke University.
He taught at a children's summer camp called Idyllwild Academy of the Arts in California.
He is survived by his sister Mary and his brother Charles.
He starred in the play Romance by famous playwright and director David Mamet.
- Musician from Brockton, Massachusetts
- Alumni of the UCLA Film School
Latest information about John Altieri updated on May 10 2021.