Elmhurst native Nick Celozzi, left, and director Dimitri Logothetis accept accolades for their documentary "Momo: The Sam Giancana Story."
Nick Celozzi's father insisted that he go to law school. Instead, the Elmhurst native went to Hollywood.
Actor Nick Celozzi, back in 1988 when he starred in the horror movie "Slaughterhouse Rock."
Elmhurst native Nick Celozzi, right, and director Dimitri Logothetis made the award-winning documentary "Momo: The Sam Giancana Story."
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Nick Celozzi II started out as the son of Nick Celozzi, famous for building the successful Celozzi-Ettleson Chevrolet dealership in Elmhurst. Today, young Celozzi has become an established filmmaker who produces, acts, directs, writes, and whatever he needs to do to create movies and TV shows. His new documentary on his great uncle, mob boss Sam Giancana, might come to Chicago in February.