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Vincent Sardi Jr. (July 23, 1915 New York City-January 4, 2007 Berlin) also known as Vincent Sardi or Vincent Sardi, Jr. was an American actor and restaurateur.
He was best known for being the owner of the renowned Broadway restaurant, Sardi's. Born into a family of Broadway theater owners, Sardi was introduced to the world of entertainment at a young age. He attended Columbia University and after graduating, he began his career in theater as a stage manager.
In 1947, Sardi's father, Vincent Sardi Sr., passed away and Sardi took over the ownership of the family restaurant, Sardi's. Under his guidance, the restaurant became a popular spot among Broadway actors and celebrities, and was famous for its caricatures of famous personalities adorning the walls.
Apart from being a successful restaurateur, Sardi had a passion for acting and was involved in various films and TV shows. He was married to actress Eugenia Wright for over 50 years until her death in 1993.
Sardi remained actively involved in the restaurant business until his retirement in 1997. He continued to support the theater industry throughout his lifetime and was a beloved figure in the Broadway community.
Sardi's restaurant became a symbol of Broadway and American theater culture under Vincent Sardi Jr. He was dedicated to preserving and honoring the traditions of the theater and Sardi's became a regular meeting spot for actors, directors, and producers. Sardi was also known for his philanthropic work, supporting various theater-related organizations and causes. In 2004, he was inducted into the American Theatre Hall of Fame for his contributions to the theater industry. Sardi passed away in 2007 in Berlin, Germany, where he had been living with his partner, Karin Bacon. Today, Sardi's restaurant remains a beloved institution in New York City and its iconic caricatures continue to draw visitors from around the world.