Donor: Tony Shalhoub

Oceanaut Spada Chronograph Watch

Tony Shalhoub

Tony Shalhoub was raised in Green Bay, WI and is one of its most famous native sons. When he was just six years old, Tony was introduced to the theater in a school production of The King and I and never looked back. After receiving a Master’s degree in Fine Arts from Yale School of Drama, he has had a successful acting career and earned many accolades. You may know him as Adrian Monk in the television series Monk, Antonio Scarpacci in the sitcom Wings, and Abe Weissman in The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel. In addition to being recognized for his work with a Golden Globe, six Screen Actors Guild awards and four Primetime Emmy awards, Tony has received four Tony award nominations and a win for his work on Broadway.

This watch features a stainless steel case 36 mm x 50 mm with stainless steel bracelet and a scratch resistant sapphire. It has center hour, minute, and second hands along with chronograph subdials at 2 and 10 o'clock and a date subdial at 6 o'clock.

The Brian LaViolette Foundation was formed by the LaViolette family to honor the memory of their son, Brian, who passed away in a swimming accident in Green Bay, Wisconsin when he was just fifteen years old in 1992. Brian was not only an excellent student, athlete, and musician, but he loved watches, starting his own collection when he was four years of age.

Since 1992, the Brian LaViolette Scholarship Foundation has presented 1,058 scholarships to deserving college-bound students in Northeastern Wisconsin, the United States, and other parts of the world. The Foundation continues Brian's legacy by helping high school seniors financially to achieve their educational dreams and, at the same time, providing them with encouragement and inspiration. 

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