Actor Sebastian Sozzi has had several film and television credits under his belt. He began his acting career with a small role in 2001, when he played an extra on the thriller Revolution #9. The movie starred Michael Risley and Adrienne Shelley, and won an award at the Nantucket Film Festival and the Mar del Plata Film Festival. While Sozzi wasn’t that noticeable in the project, this pushed him to further work on his profession.
In 2003, Sebastian Sozzi was cast as a student of Meg Ryan’s character on the suspenseful romance In the Cut. This allowed him to learn from the veteran actress, and he soon found a place on television with a role in Third Watch. He played the character Anthony on two episodes before he got another bit part in the 2005 romantic comedy Prime. The film was headlined by Uma Thurman and Meryl Streep.
Sozzi then earned a more substantial role in 2006, when he got cast as Javier in the Oscar-nominated drama Half Nelson. This put him alongside Ryan Gosling. Later on, he got cast as Sherman on the series Six Degrees and eventually landed the part of Flaco on The Black Donnellys. He was also known for portraying the character Benito on Law & Order: Criminal Intent. In addition, he had the role of Alfonso in the main Law & Order series of the franchise.
His next film project became Choke, the movie based on the Chuck Palahniuk novel of the same name. He played the character Tito, joining Anjelica Huston and Sam Rockwell in the cast. This was followed by a role on The Project and on the TV production Back, before Sozzi was cast as The Falcon on the 2010 ABC series My Generation. The documentary-style dramedy also stars Michael Stahl-David, Jaime King, Keir O'Donnell and Anne Son.