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A brief biography of Vince Curatola

Best known for playing the character of Johnny "Sack" Sacramoni on the HBO award winning series "The Sopranos", Vincent Curatola has been nominated twice for a Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by an Esemble in a drama series.

June 2012

During Hillary Clinton's unsuccessful bid for president, Vincent appeared in a video, in which was a spoof on the final episode of The Sopranos.

Currently, is a member of the Board of Directors at Hackensack University Hospital and New Jersey Govenour Chris Christie appointed him to the Gaming, Sports and Entertainment Board

October 2006

Vincent Curatola has been cast in the film, “Frame of Mind” in the role of a Detective Commander. Apparently he discovers some new evidence pertaining to the Kennedy Assassination. Sopranos castmate, Sharon Angela (Rosalie Aprile) is also featured in this film. The movie is being filmed in Carlstadt, New Jersey.

Films that Vincent Curatola has appeared in

"Johnny Slade's Greatest Hits" ~ Vincent Curatola plays the character of Mr. Samantha. A mob leader in hiding, Mr. Samantha writes the songs, which the down and out lounge singer Johnny Slade (John Fiore) sings to upexpected consequences. The trailer for the movie is on line.

Johnny Slade's Greatest Hits

From the set of Johnny Slade's Greatest Hits, Standing: left to right, John Trimboli, Vincent Curatola , Tony Ray Rossi, John Fiore and Frances
Seated left to right, Joe Rigano, Vincent Pastore, Joseph R. Gannascoli, Gianni Russo

photo credit: Sue Sadik

"2B Perfectly Honest" ~ Dr. Platter
This comedy/drama played to packed audiences at the Tribeca Film Festival. Filmed in Manhattan, the cast included, Aida Turturro, John Turturro, Michael Badalucco, and Robert Vaughn.

"I Am Woody" ~ Dr. Weeble
A short movie about an overweight, 6' 5" tall boss of the mafia who receives a hard "hit" to the head, and thinks that he is Woody Allen. Vince's castmates included Robert Funaro and John Hoyt.

"Dearly Beloved"
You’ve watched the HBO series “Six Feet Under” which shows its viewers some of the particulars of a family owned funeral home. Have you every wondered what a REAL “family” owned business could be like? Dearly Beloved is a delightful comedy about a funeral director Francis Leone who discovers that he may end up “married to the mob”, if he doesn’t find a fast solution the predicament he has gotten himself into. Starring Vincent Curatola (Francis Leone), Tony Sirico (Bedutz), Michael Badalucco (Mr. Richards), and Lorraine Marshall (Angela). After all, any movie who uses Al Dente as the in house caterer, can’t be all bad. Written by Vincent Curatola, directed by Jeff Mazzola. Producers are Maureen Curatola, Jeff Mazzola and Vince.


"The Sopranos" ~ Vincent Curatola plays the character of Johnny Sack (Sacramoni), Tony Soprano's nemesis who runs the New York Mafia. Vince's first appearance on the show was the scene at the "executive card game" which also featured Frank Sinatra Jr. HBO

"Third Watch" ~ Anthony Boscorelli, Bosco's father NBC network

"Law & Order" ~ cast in various roles

Vincent taught acting at Studio Dante, in New York City with Michael Imperioli, Sharon Angela, and Nick Sandrow.


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