NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Actor Joseph Siravo, who performed Angelo DeCarlo in additional than 2,000 performances of “Jersey Boys” and Johnny Soprano on HBO’s “The Sopranos” has handed away on the from colon most cancers on the age of 66.
Siravo had an extended profession on stage and in Hollywood and his first film was “Carlito’s Approach” in 1993 with Al Pacino and Sean Penn. He additionally lately performed Fred Goldman in “American Crime Story: The Folks v OJ Simpson.”
Along with his TV and movie work, Siravo was concerned in different Broadway productions like “Oslo” and “The Gentle In The Piazza.” The actor was greatest identified for his work on “The Sopranos” the place he would seem within the flashback episodes as Tony Soprano’s father Johnny Soprano. Michael Imperioli, who performed Christopher Moltisanti on the hit sequence, posted the next assertion about Siravo on his Instagram account.
“Joe was a superb actor and an exquisite man and he will probably be missed dearly,” Michael Imperioli mentioned on Instagram. “His efficiency [as] Johnny Boy Soprano was spot on and he additionally made an ideal John Gotti in Nick Sandow’s The Wannabe. For my part, he was the perfect of all of the actors who’ve performed the Teflon Don.”
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