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You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, when you spend the evening reminiscing with these “Pyzons”, as they tell stories about the years they spent on the set of long running HBO series “The Sopranos”. Get an inside look to everything you’ve ever wanted to know about working on what is widely regarded as one of the greatest television series of all time.

STARRING


Jeff Pirrami
Host

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Jeff Pirrami is a stand up comic and actor. He has been part of The Burlesque Show now entering its fourth season at the fabulous Borgata Casino in Atlantic City.

 

Vincent Pastore
“Salvatore Bonpensiero”

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Vincent Pastore hosts “The Wise Guy Show” on Sirius Satellite Radio’s Raw Dog Comedy channel Wednesdays from 6pm to 9pm.

He is typically cast as a heavyset Italian-American mobster or tough guy.He began with small parts in the 1990s, in films such as Goodfellas and Carlito’s Way. In Goodfellas, he is briefly seen rolling a coat rack through the kitchen of The Bamboo Lounge and is credited as “Vinny Pastore” playing “Man with Coat Rack”. In Carlito’s Way, he portrays one of the friends of the Italian man that dances with Gail, whom Kleinfeld insults. He is listed in the credits as “Vinny Pastore” playing “Copa Wiseguy.”

Pastore got a bigger role in the comedy/crime film The Jerky Boys: The Movie (1995) as Tony Scarboni, one of the three gangsters and Lazarro (Alan Arkin)’s clients. In the 1996 HBO television movie Gotti, Pastore played the character of Angelo Ruggiero

He is probably best known for playing “Salvatore Bonpensiero ” on “The Sopranos”

 

Federico Castelluccio
“Furio Giunta”

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Federico began his career as an actor in 1986. Some of his film credits include Made (2001) with Jon Favreau, Fire (1996) with Robert Klein and Diary of a Hitman (1991) with Danny Aiello. In television, Federico’s credits include NYPD Blue (1993). Debuting at the Sundance Film Festival, A Guide to Recognizing Your Saints (2006) received two awards – one for best dramatic directing and best dramatic ensemble headed by Robert Downey Jr., Chazz Palminteri and Rosario Dawson. Federico’s recent film projects include the biographical _Cantante, El (2006)_ starring Marc Anthony and Jennifer Lopez; Aftermath (2002), a crime-thriller starring Anthony Michael Hall and Chris Penn and directed and written by Thomas Farone; Dark Illness (1990), filmed in southern Italy, a short film that Federico executive-produced and in which he acted; Capers (2008), a comedy, is due for release in 2007 and stars Danny Masterson. Lucky Days (2006) recently completed filming in New York City. In television, Federico was seen as the lead role in Dragon Dynasty (2006), which aired on the Sci-Fi Channel. Federico is best known for his role as Furio Giunta–imported hit man and object of Carmella Soprano’s affections–on the HBO TV series The Sopranos

Federico’s recent film projects include the biographical _Cantante, El (2006)_ starring Marc Anthony and Jennifer Lopez; Aftermath (2002), a crime-thriller starring Anthony Michael Hall and Chris Penn and directed and written by Thomas Farone; Dark Illness (1990), filmed in southern Italy, a short film that Federico executive-produced and in which he acted; Capers (2008), a comedy, is due for release in 2007 and stars Danny Masterson. Lucky Days (2006) recently completed filming in New York City. In television, Federico was seen as the lead role in Dragon Dynasty (2006), which aired on the Sci-Fi Channel. Federico is best known for his role as Furio Giunta–imported hit man and object of Carmella Soprano’s affections–on the HBO TV series The Sopranos

Federico is best known for his role as Furio Giunta–imported hit man and object of Carmella Soprano’s affections–on “The Sopranos”

 

Dan Grimaldi
“Philly and Patsy Parisi”

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Dan Grimaldi is an actor, known for The Sopranos (1999), Don’t Go in the House (1979) and Mafia: The City of Lost Heaven (2002).

He is an American actor and mathematics professor who is known for his roles as twins Philly and Patsy Parisi on the HBO TV series, The Sopranos.

 

Kathrine Narducci
“Charmain Bucco”

Kathrine Narducci is an actress and producer, known for The Sopranos (1999), Power (2014) and A Bronx Tale (1993). She also has some other guest TV appearances on shows such as Law & Order, Workaholics, NYPD Blue, Third Watch and Power.

In 2014, she played a supporting role in Clint Eastwood’s Jersey Boys.

 

David Proval
“Richie Aprile”

David Proval launched his acting career with a starring role in Mean Streets (1973), directed by Martin Scorsese, and has been working nonstop ever since. Notable features in which he has appeared include The Phantom (1996), The Brady Bunch Movie (1995) Four Rooms (1995) and The Shawshank Redemption (1994). He is currently set to appear in the independent film White Boy (2002).

He was a finalist to play Tony in The Sopranos (1999). He was later cast as Richie Aprile in the second season.

 

Tony Darrow
“Larry Barese”

After ten years of singing in nightclubs, Darrow received an offer to appear in what turned out to be a cult film, Street Trash. He played a mobster in the film. Several months after Street Trash, Darrow was contacted by the film director Martin Scorsese. It turned out that Scorsese had seen Street Trash and wanted him to audition for a role in Goodfellas. He was successful, and was cast as the owner of the Bamboo Lounge, Sonny. Darrow was also in the Woody Allen films Bullets over Broadway, Mighty Aphrodite, Deconstructing Harry, Small Time Crooks and Sweet and Lowdown.

In 1999, Darrow played a large role in Analyze This with Robert De Niro and Billy Crystal. The following year, he appeared in Mickey Blue Eyes with Hugh Grant, and got another big role as mobster Larry Barese in the HBO hit series The Sopranos, which he was on for the entire series run (1999–2007). More recently, Darrow starred in the independent film Lynch Mob.

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