Born in Anaheim, California in April 1996. Tony Revolori started his acting career in 2004 appearing in the short Nebraska. Revolori later played the role of Fidel Ruiz in the 2009 film The Perfect Game before going on to gain even more fame after playing young Zero Moustafa character in the well-received 2014 movie The Grand Budapest Hotel, for which he won awards from Georgia Film Critics Association, the Central Ohio Film Critics Association, Florida Film Critics Circle Awards, and Detroit Film Critic Society. The actor was also nominated for a Screen Actors Guild Award for his role in The Grand Budapest Hotel. In 2015 Revolori was featured in the movie Dope, starring as Jib, and will be appearing in the upcoming films Table 19, Low Riders, and The 5th Wave. He has starred in episodes of the TV series Entourage, Sons of Tucson, My Name Is Earl, The Unit, and Shameless.
Revolori is of Guatemalan descent and the younger brother of actor Mario Revolori. His father, Mario Quinonez is also a former actor.