A typical morning for Nico Tortorella involves coffee, a workout and a walk with his Chihuahua, Sun. The 29-year-old actor grew up in the Chicago suburbs and now lives in Williamsburg, an easy commute to Silvercup Studios in Queens, where he films TV Land’s “Younger,” whose Season 4 finale is Sept. 13. “The dream was...
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