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Tony Sirico stars in Nickelodeon's original TV movie "Nicky Deuce," opposite Noah Munck, Steve Schirripa, Michael Imperioli, Vincent Curatola and Rita Moreno.

Tony Sirico has had his share of run-ins with the law before packing the pistol away to play hoodlums in the movies. Best known for portraying the character Paulie Walnuts for the six season run of HBO's award-winning dark comedy "The Sopranos," Tony knew immediately upon reading the script that this was the role he had been looking for his entire life.

In addition to "The Sopranos," Tony has worked with directors like Woody Allen, Martin Scorsese, Sydney Pollack and Francis Ford Coppola. In Tony's own words, he's "done like 45 movies, played 40 gangsters and five crooked cops" (Daily News, 2/7/99), a resume that eminently qualifies him for the official group of New York actors called GAG — the Gangsters Actors Guild.


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Age: 74 years old
Birthday: July 29, 1942
Height: 5' 11"
Nickname: Junior
Full Name / Real Name: Genaro Anthony Sirico Jr.
Birthplace: Brooklyn, NY

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