Tony Shalhoub is an Emmy, Golden Globe and SAG winner for his long-running series “Monk.” He recently starred in the Emmy-nominated “Too Big to Fail” for HBO, provided his voice for the character of Luigi in the feature film “Cars 2” and just completed filming HBO’s “Hemingway & Gellhorn.”
Shalhoub’s numerous feature film credits include “Cars,” “The Great New Wonderful,” “Galaxy Quest,” “Spy Kids,” “The Siege,” “Searching for Bobby Fischer,” “Honeymoon in Vegas,” “Men in Black,” “Primary Colors,” “The Man Who Wasn’t There” and “Big Night.” Shalhoub made his directorial debut with the independent film “Made-Up,” in which he co-starred with his wife, Brooke Adams.
An accomplished stage actor, Shalhoub’s credits include “Waiting for Godot,” “The Heidi Chronicles,” “Conversations with My Father,” “The Scene” and “Lend Me a Tenor.”
Shalhoub currently resides in Los Angeles with his wife.
Directed by Jennifer Aniston, written by Wendy West, and told in a series of humorous and dramatic flashbacks, "Mia" is a survivor’s tale that highlights all of the highs and lows of Mia’s (Patricia Clarkson) two-year journey from diagnosis with breast cancer. During it, she gives away all of her worldly possessions, holds a hilarious mock funeral while still alive and enters into a second marriage to Mitch (Tony Shalhoub), the new love of her life. "Mia" also features Kathy Najimy as Mia’s friend “Rocky.”