Triggerman and Goodfella’s actor, Paul Sorvino passes away at 83


Paul Anthony Sorvino, best known for his role as Paul Cicero in GoodFellas, passed away at the age of 83. Reports state that is was due to natural causes and he was in the company of his wife at the time of passing.

Sorvino was born in New York City on April 13, 1939. He would attend Lafayette High School and later the American Musical and Dramatic Academy. He made his Broadway debut in 1964 with the musical Bajour. Six years later he would appear in his first movie, Where’s Poppa?

He appeared in countless movies and TV shows over the years: The Gambler, The Bronx Bull, the Law and Order series, Nixon, Most Wanted, Dick Tracey, Slow Dancing in the Big City, Cruising, and many more. Some of his most iconic roles included Paulie Cicero in the classic GoodFellas and Sheriff Baseheart in Doc West and Triggerman.

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