In 2008, Al Conti joined Kevin Bacon, Jessica Alba, Will & Grace’s Shelley Morrison and other celebrities lending his name to the Until There’s A Cure foundation to help raise funds for HIV/AIDS awareness and research. Al is also a member of Artists For Human Rights, an organization founded by actress Anne Archer.
Conti has traveled widely and has lived in South America, Europe and the United States. As an actor, he has appeared on television shows including the CBS daytime drama As The World Turns, in films, in numerous radio and television commercials, and on-stage in theatre productions. Born and raised in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Conti comes from a family of artists with notoriety in many fields.
Al’s childhood was full of artistic expression. His grandfather was a concert pianist, his mother was a professional ballerina, and his father is an architect, published poet and university professor. Al’s family tree also includes the famous Argentinean writer and politician Miguel Cané, who held numerous political offices, notably as Argentine minister of external affairs and of the Interior and Mayor of the City of Buenos Aires. On his mother’s side, Al is also a relative of the Necchi family that founded the famous sewing machine company.