Anthony Gatto (born Anthony Commarota in 1973) is considered by many to be the greatest toss juggler of all time. He was the first juggler in history to qualify 8 clubs. He also has world records for 7-12 rings, 6-7 clubs, and 7-9 balls. In 2000, Anthony became the first juggler to ever win the top prize at the prestigious International Circus Festival in Monte-Carlo.
These are the homemade clubs that Anthony Gatto learned to juggle clubs with. They were made by Nick Gatto and donated by Anthony Gatto.
These are the homemade rings that Anthony Gatto learned to juggle rings with. They were made by Nick Gatto and donated by Anthony Gatto.
This is one of Anthony Gatto’s painted pinky balls. Donated by Anthony Gatto.
This is a signed Anthony Gatto club. Purchased by David Cain from Mary Wilkens.
This is one of the clubs used by Anthony Gatto when he won the Golden Clown Prize in Monte Carlo. Purchased from Dave Altman.
This is one of Anthony Gatto’s signed numbers clubs, donated by Lucian Fuller.
This is a club from Anthony Gatto’s second set of clubs, made by Nick Gatto when Anthony was around 6 years old. Circa 1979. Donated by Anthony Gatto.
This is an Anthony Gatto 85mm performance club made by Renegade Juggling, which was established in Santa Cruz, California, USA in 1982. Donated by Anthony Gatto.
This is an 1980’s Anthony Gatto 95mm performance club made by Renegade Juggling. Donated by Tom Kidwell of Renegade Juggling.
These are Anthony Gatto’s IJA Gold Medals and Senior Championships trophy. Donated by Anthony Gatto.
These are Anthony Gatto’s IJA Award of Excellence and a trophy from the International Circus Festival of Monte Carlo.