Vincent Curatola plays the character Johnny Sacramoni on The Sopranos. Vincent's character has been around since season one, when he played at Uncle Junior's (Dominic Chianese) executive card game with Frank Sinatra, Jr.
Recently on the show, his character and his wife Ginny have moved to New Jersey, and Tony Soprano is not that comfortable with Johnny Sack living in the neighborhood. Being a under boss of the New York Mob, formally run by Carmine (Tony Lips), Johnny Sack has somewhat promised Paulie Walnuts (Tony Sirico) that he would keep his "beek" out of Tony's affairs. But with the death of Carmine in season 5, chances are this is an opportunity that Johnny Sack can not resist.
Vincent Curatola, stars on NBC's Third Watch in a reoccurring role, is featured in the movie, 2 B Perfectly Honest, which will Premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival, and brilliantly performed in the Studio Dante production of "Baptism by Fire".
A little about Vincent Curatola.
Vincent's birthday is August 16
Raised in Englewood, New Jersey
Resides in Northern Jersey
Loyola School, Manhattan, New York
New York Film Courses at night
Married to Maureen
Vincent has also sang several times with the Mega Group Chicago and was recently on the Early Show on CBS
Some insight into
He feels it is important to realize that only 2% of all actors make their living in our profession. Knowing that your decision should be based on a true love for the work. Never go after the fame. Be the best actor you know how to be. If you reach celebrity, there are great things you can do to benefit others. If you need to become an actor by all means do. If you don't truly feel the NEED, then by all means don't.
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