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Vincent Frank Vella
January 11, 1947
|Died||February 20, 2019 (aged 72)|
New York City, New York, US
|Occupation||Actor, talk show host, comedian|
|Spouse(s)||Margaret Ann Hernandez|
Vincent Frank Vella (January 11, 1947 – February 20, 2019) was an American actor, talk show host and comedian. He acted in more than forty films often in the role of a gangster. He was best known for the role of Artie Piscano in Martin Scorsese's Casino and the HBO show The Sopranos.
The Vinny Vella Show
Vella was born Vincent Frank Vella on Bleecker Street in Greenwich Village, New York City. His father was from Bari, Italy and his mother was from Naples, Italy  Vella's father had a fish store in Little Italy.
Vella acted in more than forty films often in the role of gangster. He was best known for the role of Artie Piscano in Martin Scorsese's Casino. He played Jimmy Petrille on the HBO show The Sopranos. He was the subject of a 67-minute 2000 documentary called Hey, Vinny by director John Huba. In New York City, he hosted a public-access televisioncable TV show on MNN, the Vinny Vella show. He appeared in more than 35 advertisements.
He was married to Margaret Ann Hernandez; they had one son, Vincent Vella Jr. Besides Vincent Vella Jr., Vinny was also a father to Ben and Anthony Hernandez, Jennifer Maloney and Lauren Vella. Vella was at one time the 'Mayor of Elizabeth Street'. In 2007, he opened his own pizzeria in Williamsburg, a neighborhood in the New York Cityborough of Brooklyn.
In June 2008, Vella was involved in controversy around a lottery ticket, according to some sources, and threatened to sue over it.
Vella died at home on Elizabeth Street, New York City[where?] on February 20, 2019, due to liver cancer, at age 72.
Vella's films include:
|1994||Season of Change||Michael|||
|1997||Donnie Brasco||Mobster in Photo||Uncredited|
|1999||Ghost Dog||Sammy the Snake|||
|2000||Hey, Vinny||Himself||Documentary, by director John Huba|
|2001||Kissing Jessica Stein||Cab Driver|||
|2003||This Thing of Ours||Carmine|||
|2003||Coffee and Cigarettes||Vinny||(segment 'Those Things'll Kill Ya')|
|2004||The Kings of Brooklyn||Man|||
|2006||Find Me Guilty||Graziedei|||
|2007||Holla at Me||Frankie Maldini|||
|2009||Chasing the Green||Vincent|||
|2009||Sicilian Tale||Don Sebastiano Militello|||
|2009||New York Blood||The Boss|||
|2011||Kill the Irishman||Frank Brancato|||
|2017||Monsters of Mulberry Street||Paulie Spagnuolo|||
Vinny Vella Pics
His TV shows are:
|1999-2004||The Sopranos||Jimmy Petrille||4 episodes|
|2004||Law & Order||Jilts||Episode: 'Everybody Loves Raimondo's'|
|2013||The Vinny Vella show||Vinny||1 episode|
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- ^Russ Emanuel. 'Chasing the Green - A Russ Emanuel Film'. chasingthegreen.com. Archived from the original on March 3, 2016. Retrieved September 4, 2015.
- ^Wetherill, Jack (February 21, 2019). 'Casino star Vinny Vella dies aged 72'. Dailystar.co.uk. Retrieved February 23, 2019.
Pictures Of Vinny Vella
- Vinny Vella on IMDb
- Vinny Vella on Facebook