Throughout his Hollywood career, Tito Schipa had a variety of powerful musical performances. In 1933, he made his film debut in "I Sing for You Alone." In 1939, he played a role in "Terra di fuoco." In 1951, he had his final film role in "I misteri di Venezia." Schipa worked on a variety of projects during his early entertainment career, including "Lorenzo's Oil" with Nick Nolte (1992). Schipa was also credited in "Pavarotti and The Italian Tenor" (PBS, 1992-93). Schipa was most recently credited in "Still Breathing" (1998). Schipa passed away in December 1965 at the age of 77.