- Full Name Vincent Curatola
- Occupation Writer and Actor
- Nationality American
- Birthplace Englewood, New Jersey, USA
- Birth Date Aug 16, 1953
- Age 70 Years, 1 Months
- Height 5 feet 11 inches (1.8 m)
- Net Worth $5 Million (Celebrity Net Worth)
Vincent Curatola | BiographyStarted his acting career in his early 40s with 'Law & Order' in 1991
'The Sopranos' follows Tony Soprano, played by James Gandolfini, a New Jersey mob boss, as he deals with problems in his personal and professional life that affect his mental state, prompting him to seek professional psychiatric counseling. Curatola played the role of Johnny 'Sack' Sacramoni for 32 episodes from 1999 to 2007. Johnny Sack was the longstanding underboss who subsequently became the boss of the Lupertazzi criminal family-centered in Brooklyn.
Vincent Curatola is a film and television actor well-known for his role as Johnny Sack in the HBO drama series, The Sopranos.
Who is Vincent Curatola?
Vincent Curatola is an American writer and actor born on 16 August 1953, in Englewood, New Jersey, USA.
As a teenager, Curatola delivered the Record newspaper, and his customers included music royalty such as Dizzy Gillespie, Sarah Vaughan, Wilson Pickett, Jerry Vale, and others.
Before pursuing his acting career, Curatola worked in construction. He started his acting career in the early 40s after his wife, Maureen, suggested taking acting classes.
Curatola debuted his acting career in the TV series Law & Order in 1991. He played the role of Joey Dantoni, Sr., for two episodes from 1991 to 2000. After that, he starred in several credits before landing his breakthrough role as Johnny' Sack' Sacramoni in the TV series The Sopranos in 1999.
Since then, he has been featured in notable movies and TV series such as Karma, Confessions, and Holi (movie 2009), Law & Order: Criminal Intent (TV series 2010), The Good Wife (TV series 2013-2014), Blue Bloods (TV series 2014), Patriots Day (movie 2016), APB (TV series 2017), Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (TV series 2009-2020), and many more.
The Sopranos is a television show that first aired on 10 January 1999. The show is created by David Chase and comprises six seasons.
In a 2021 interview with The Guardian, David Chase said that he rewrote the show for HBO after FOX rejected it. He explained, "The first draft was for Fox. They turned it down. I realised it was because I hadn't put any murders in. People watch mob shows because they like to see murders and betrayals. So when I went to HBO, I completely rewrote it."
The Sopranos follows Tony Soprano, played by James Gandolfini, a New Jersey mob boss, as he deals with problems in his personal and professional life that affect his mental state, prompting him to seek professional psychiatric counseling.
Curatola played the role of Johnny 'Sack' Sacramoni for 32 episodes from 1999 to 2007. Johnny Sack was the longstanding underboss who subsequently became the boss of the Lupertazzi criminal family-centered in Brooklyn.
He works out of his Essany Scaffolding (until he is granted a severance settlement) or Little Italy, Manhattan social club, and was a significant figure in the New York mafia family previously commanded by Carmine Lupertazzi. Johnny served as Carmine's underboss for many years, managing political payoffs and bid-rigging for the organization. Following Carmine's death, he ascended to the position of boss. His wife Ginny was obese, and he felt enraged whenever somebody remarked on her weight.
In an interaction with The Guardian in 2021, he talked about how he got the role and said, "I'd only become an actor very recently. My agent submitted me for the role of Johnny Sack – and the rest is history."
Curatola is married to Maureen, who inspired him to attend acting classes and pursue his acting career.
In an interview with New Jersey Monthly in 2013, Curatola said, "When I was 39—I'm 59 now—my wife said to me, 'Michael Moriarty teaches acting in Manhattan. Why don't you go audit an acting class?'" However, he said that he was too busy with his business.
Fortunately, on the other hand, Maureen didn't let the thought go. Curatola recalled, "She pleaded, 'Do it for me. Just go for one time.'"
He added, "I relented and went to this gorgeous prewar apartment directly across from Carnegie Hall. I didn't think I got anything from the class, but for some strange reason, I returned that second week."