As the eager-to-learn lobby boy to Ralph Fiennes' concierge, actor Tony Revolori burst onto the scene at age 17 in director Wes Anderson's "The Grand Budapest Hotel." A native of Anaheim, CA, Revolori came from a family where acting runs deep; both his older brother Mario and father, Mario Sr., were actors. In fact, it was with his brother that Tony made his acting debut - at the age of two - playing one of Santa's elves in a commercial for baby food. From there, Revolori appeared in TV shows such as "Entourage" (HBO 2004-2011) and "My Name is Earl" (NBC 2005-09). He shared the screen with his brother in the film "The Perfect Game" (2009) before once again picking up parts in shows such as the short-lived comedy "Sons of Tuscon" (Fox 2010) and the cable hit "Shameless" (Showtime 2011-). His role in "The Grand Budapest Hotel" (2014) was his first major gig, one earned over Mario as both Revolori brothers auditioned for the same part. Revolori next appeared in the critically-acclaimed indie comedy "Dope" (2015) as one of a trio of teenage outcasts who accidentally get caught up in a major drug deal.