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He also starred in several films on television and video releases such as Detonator, Bar-Hopping, Dumb Luck, Face Value and Danielle Steel's Mixed Blessings.
Baio's other movies include the independent films Very Mean Men (2000), Face to Face (2001) and The Bread, My Sweet (2001).
2004 saw Baio participate in the making of Bob Clark's final feature film, Superbabies: Baby Geniuses 2 (2004).
Though the film was universally panned by critics and nominated for four Razzie Awards, Baio had a highly positive experience making the film.
He earned three Best Lead Actor prizes in the Atlantic City Film Festival, the Kansas City Halfway to Hollywood Film Festival and the San Diego Film Festival.
The movie itself collected top accolades from the Santa Monica, Stony Brook, Marco Island, Houston World Festival, and Iowa Hardacre Film Festival.
Baio was born in the Bensonhurst neighborhood of the Brooklyn borough of New York City, the son of Italian immigrants from Castellammare del Golfo, Sicily, Italy; Rose, a homemaker, and Mario Baio, who worked as his manager.
In 1976, Baio played the title character Bugsy Malone in the children's gangster musical directed by Alan Parker, which also co-starred Jodie Foster.
Upon learning this, he immediately approached Clark and silently hugged him, much to Clark's astonishment.
In 1985, he was part of an ensemble cast for Alice in Wonderland, where he portrayed Pat the Pig.
From 1987 through 1991, he was a director of the children's comedy series Out of This World.
Very Mean Men was a comedy directed by Tony Vitale about a mob war between two families.
Baio served as a co-producer with his older brother Steven on said film, and even played the crucial role of impetuous crime scion Paulie Minnetti, who unwittingly instigates the crime feud. The movie won the Audience Prize for Best Comedy at the Marco Island Film Festival, the Silver Screen Accolade in the Reno Film Festival, and the 10 Degrees Hotter Best Feature Award during The Valley Film Festival.