Actor Adam LaVorgna made his professional debut at age three, on the soap opera As the World Turns. In the early '90s, he played Nicholas Scamperelli on the CBS series Brooklyn Bridge and, for his work, won the Best Supporting Actor Youth Film Award in 1992. That year, he played Frank Sinatra at age ten in the miniseries Sinatra. His other television film credits include Casualties of Love: The "Long Island Lolita" Story and Bloodbrothers: The Joey DiPaola Story. LaVorgna made his feature debut in Monkey Trouble (1994).