Frank Vincent was best known for iconic roles in both Martin Scorsese’s Goodfellas and Casino, as well as in the later seasons of The Sopranos.
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*****SUBSCRIBE: https://goo.gl/T2MLxN ***** The Sopranos, Before and After 2017: James Gandolfini - Tony Soprano Lorraine Bracco - Dr. Jennifer Melfi Edie Falco - Carmela Soprano Michael Imperioli - Christopher Moltisanti Dominic Chianese - Junior Soprano Steven Van Zandt - Silvio Dante Tony Sirico - Paulie 'Walnuts' Gualtieri Robert Iler - A.J. Soprano Jamie-Lynn Sigler - Meadow Soprano Aida Turturro - Janice Soprano Drea de Matteo - Adriana La Cerva Steve Schirripa - Bobby 'Bacala' Baccalieri Dan Grimaldi - Patsy Parisi Joseph R. Gannascoli - Vito Spatafore John Ventimiglia - Artie Bucco Vincent Curatola - Johnny 'Sack' Sacramoni Vincent Pastore - Salvatore 'Big Pussy' Bonpensiero Sharon Angela - Rosalie Aprile Frank Vincent - Phil Leotardo Federico Castelluccio - Furio Giunta LIKE AND SUBSCRIBE! тогда и сейчас The Sopranos damals und heute The Sopranos alors et maintenant The Sopranos antes e agora The Sopranos allora e di oggi The Sopranos toen en nu The Sopranos antes y despues The Sopranos Avant et Après The Sopranos
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R.I.P. Frank Vincent 1939-2017 Frank Vincent is known for playing ruthless and relentless mobsters in TV shows and movies. But there are some funny moments and good one-liners while he's in them. All rights go to the owners of the scenes, I don't own anything. My gaming and rants channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/VenomX999 Twitter and Facebook: https://twitter.com/Venomx999 https://www.facebook.com/venomx999
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Furio Giunta's first job for Anthony "Tony" Soprano in HBO's "The Sopranos". Absolutely no copyright infringement is intended. All images, audio, and video clips are the sole property of their respective owners. Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use.
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Frank Vincent, who played the vicious mob boss Phil Leotardo on The Sopranos, has died. He was 78.Vincent died of complications from heart surgery in New Jersey, TMZ reported.Vincent also portrayed tough guys for director Martin Scorsese in Raging Bull (1980), Goodfellas (1990) — as the real-life Gambino gangster Billy Batts, he with the memorable line, "Go home and get your shine box!" — and Casino (1995).On HBO's The Sopranos, Leotardo often butted heads with James Gandolfini's Tony Soprano as he eventually rose to become boss of the Lupertazzi crime family."He didn't fool around. Phil was serious," Vincent said in a 2011 interview. "He had a job to do and he thought, you know, 'This Soprano guy is from Jersey, what does that mean? We are New Yorkers! The Jersey mob is nothing — they don't even prick their fingers when they do the ceremony.' Some of the writing for Phil was just brilliant."His film résumé also included The Pope of Greenwich Village (1984), Brian De Palma's Wise Guys (1986), Spike Lee's Do the Right Thing (1989) and Jungle Fever (1991), Sidney Lumet's Night Falls on Manhattan (1996), James Mangold's Cop Land (1997), Shark Tale (2004) and Chicago Overcoat (2009).Vincent also appeared in Hype Williams' Belly (1998) and served as the official acting coach to rappers DMX, Nas and Method Man on the film.A native of North Adams, Mass., Vincent was raised in Jersey City, N.J. and became a drummer, performing with the likes of Paul Anka, Del Shannon and Trini Lopez and the Belmonts.Scorsese saw Vincent playing a gambler who gets killed by the mob in The Death Collector (1976) — the film starred Joe Pesci, who helped get him the role — then cast him alongside Pesci and Robert De Niro as Salvi in the conic boxing movie Raging Bull.In 2006, Vincent co-wrote the book A Guy’s Guide to Being a Man’s Man.
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Frank Vincent -- veteran actor known for his roles on "The Sopranos" and several Martin Scorsese films -- died in a New Jersey hospital Wednesday. We're told Vincent suffered a heart attack last week, and underwent open-heart surgery some point after that. We're told he died from surgical complications. He was surrounded by family members when he passed ... according to a statement they released.
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I might upload more, it depends on whether or not YouTube will block it. Part 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k0-tv2modEw
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My favorite moments and quotes from part 1 of Season 6 of The Sopranos. Thanks to HBO for producing the best show ever made. Audio is messed up for a short part of the video. I wasn't able to fix it. Please turn up the volume during that part.
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actor Frank Vincent—best known for playing tough guy mafia characters in Goodfellas and The Sopranos—has died. He reportedly suffered a heart attack last week and was undergoing open-heart surgery today, but he died from complications during the operation. Vincent was 78. Born in Massachusetts but raised in New Jersey, Vincent originally wanted to have a career in music but switched to acting when he got a role in a low-budget mob movie called The Death Collector alongside another up-and-coming actor named Joe Pesci. Apparently, Robert De Niro saw that movie and showed it to Martin Scorsese, who was impressed with both Vincent and Pesci. He gave them both roles in Raging Bull, and Vincent would appear in films alongside Pesci a number of other times throughout his career—perhaps most notably in Goodfellas and Casino, both Scorsese movies. Vincent also appeared in Spike Lee’s Do The Right Thing and Jungle Fever, as well as The Pope Of Greenwich Village, Wise Guys, and Shark Tale. One of his most notable roles, though, was on HBO’s The Sopranos, where he played crime boss Phil Leotardo. A regular thorn in the side of James Gandolfini’s Tony Soprano, Vincent’s New York mobster was one of the show’s primary antagonists by the end of its run.
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Profiles host Mickey Burns interviews actor Frank Vincent in this 10 minute episode teaser. For over 30 years Frank Vincent has starred in such films as "Raging Bull", "Casino", "Do The Right Thing" and "Goodfellas" and most recently he received critical acclaim for his role as the feared New York Capo Phil Leotardo on the HBO award-winning series "The Sopranos". Before acting, Frank Vincent made his living as a professional musician. At one point he had his own band and in the late 60's he hired a guitar player named Joe Pesci. See The Full Episode Here: http://www.amazon.com/PROFILES-featuring-Frank-Vincent-Entertainment/dp/B00112OC82/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1371745731&sr=8-1&keywords=profiles+featuring+frank+vincent