Matt Servitto first appeared on screen as Trask Bodine in "All My Children," an American soap opera that has run for over four decades. He remained on the show for a nine-episode arc from 1989 to 1990. Over the following decade Servitto took numerous supporting roles, expanding his experience as a strong character actor, before winning a significant part on HBO's long-running crime drama series "The Sopranos." From 1999 to 2007, Servitto played the role of Agent Dwight Harris, an FBI agent assigned to mob boss Tony Soprano's case after returning from a tour of counter-terrorism duty in Pakistan. Though Harris' part is not major in the first five seasons, in the sixth and final season he becomes a critical character as his loyalties shift and he allies with Tony Soprano himself. In 2008 Servitto won a shared Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series for his work on "The Sopranos." As his time playing Dwight Harris came to an end, he began another recurring role on Showtime's Peabody Award-winning series "Brotherhood," the story of two brothers from Rhode Island whose lived conflict vehemently--one is a professional criminal and the other is a politician. Servitto appeared as Representative Donatello throughout the show's run from 2006 to 2008. He continues to take parts in television shows, shorts, and movies.