Birth Place: Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA
Libertini began as a professional trumpet player before joining the Second City in Chicago where he teamed with MacIntyre Dixon to form "The Stewed Prunes". The duo performed in numerous New York revues, including "Three by Three" (1961) and "The Mad Show" (1966). Soon thereafter, Libertini went solo and landed roles in such Broadway productions as Woody Allen's "Don't Drink the Water" (1967) and "Paul Sill's Story Theatre" (1971).
Libertini made his feature debut in William Friedkin's "The Night They Raided Minsky's" (1968) and reprised his stage role of a priest in "Don't Drink the Water" (1969). He went on to play small roles in Mike Nichols' "Catch-22" (1970) and Terence Malick's "Days... Continue Bio >>
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