Sopranos Star Tony Sirico Cause Of Death – How Did He Die?

Sopranos Star Tony Sirico has died at the age of 79. He is best known for his run as Paulie “Walnuts” Gualtieri on “The Sopranos”.

His death news was shared by his brother, Fr. Robert Sirico, on Facebook.

Tony Sirico was an American actor who was born on July 29, 1942, in New York City.

In his career, Sirco appeared in several projects, including The Sopranos, Goodfellas, Mighty Aphrodite, and Café Society.

He also lent his voice to shows like Family Guy, Fairly OddParents, and American Dad!

Tony Sirico Cause Of Death

The Authorities have not announced his cause of death. His family didn’t say about his cause of death.

In a statement, his brother said “​It is with great sadness, but with incredible pride, love and a whole lot of fond memories, that the family of Gennaro Anthony ‘Tony’ Sirico wishes to inform you of his death on the morning of July 8, 2022,” he wrote.

“The family is deeply grateful for the many expressions of love, prayer and condolences and requests that the public respect its privacy in this time of bereavement.

He turned his attention to show business after an acting troupe visited him in jail. His first onscreen appearance came as an extra in the 1974 film “Crazy Joe.”

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