Salvatore Antonio (born Salvatore Antonio Alessandro Migliore in Toronto, Ontario) is a Canadian actor and playwright. He was born to Italian-immigrant parents. He has a brother and sister, and he is named after a brother who died before he was born.
He attended the Unionville High School for the Arts, and was later accepted into the National Theatre School of Canada.
Antonio is best known for playing the lead character, Sacha Martinelli, in the television series Paradise Falls for Showcase and Here!TV. He had been slated to perform in the film Blindness, directed by Fernando Mereilles. He had to pull out, however, because of scheduling conflicts that arose before filming.
He had a regular role in the six-part television series At The Hotel by Ken Finkleman.
On stage, he appeared as the titular character in Léo by Rosa Laborde at the Tarragon Theatre during the winter of 2006. He reprised the role in 2007, and toured Canada with the production in winter 2008. He played one of the lead roles in the psychological thriller Sam's Lake. Other recent films include Cursing Hanley, The Gospel of John, and Looking for Angelina.
As a playwright, Salvatore was named a Finalist for the 2007