Born in the Williamsburg section of Brooklyn New York, Anthony knew at a young age that he wanted to be a filmmaker. When watching Universal’s 1931 James Whale, Boris Karloff Frankenstein, he was captivated and became passionate about wanting to be a filmmaker. At 17, he was given a Super 8mm for Christmas and started making film shorts. When he moved to Long Island and after graduating from the School of Television Arts in New York City, he started working for a local TV station editing movies for broadcast. Later in life he decided to move to Los Angeles to pursue his career in film. In 2004 he produced his first feature, an independent film, a low budget comedy, LA Twister. It was the first low budget film to premiere at Grauman’s Chinese Theater. It won various awards and film festivals and had a limited release theatrically nationwide. He decided to go back to school to learn about Film & TV post-production. He is one of the co-founders of Film Syndicate and Producer of the short film Hunter: Vampire Killer.
Name: Anthony Stoppiello
Lives in: Northridge, Los Angeles County, California
Occupation: Editor and Producer