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  • Date of birth : 16/08/1953



  • Curatola Vincent


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Vincent Curatola (1953)

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Vincent Curatola is an American actor and writer. Curatola's best-known role is that of the cold, calculating, chain smoking Johnny Sack from the HBO drama, The Sopranos. He is also a singer and has appeared onstage several times with the rock band Chicago.


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Curatola was born in and grew up in Englewood, New Jersey, where his boyhood paper route allowed him to meet many performers. He currently lives in New Jersey and keeps in contact with fans who can contact him through his personal website.

Curatola had a in the Hillary Clinton video announcing her "campaign theme song," which was a parody of the final episode of The Sopranos. He generated controversy in a 2011 appearance on Fox News' Hannity when he referred to Arabs as 'camel jockeys'.

Curatola is currently the celebrity endorser for an anti-union group called the "Coalition for a Democratic Workplace". He also sits on the board of directors for the Hackensack University Medical Center Foundation.

Recently, Curatola was named to the Gaming, Sports and Entertainment subcommittee transition team of then Governor-elect Chris Christie of New Jersey.

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