The Sopranos star Tony Sirico, 79, has passed away
As per his central Bob McGowan, Tony Sirico, who featured on HBO's "The Sopranos" as Peter Paul "Paulie Walnuts" Gualtieri, has died.
He was 79, as demonstrated by his IMDB profile.
As a long-term client of 25 years, Sirico was regarded as someone who "reliably accommodated honorable objectives."
Sirico's "Sopranos" co-star Michael Imperioli similarly shared the news on Instagram, saying Sirico passed on Friday.
"Tony looked like no one else: he was as outrageous, as unwavering and as enormous hearted as anyone i've anytime known," he made.
"I was close to him through so much: through different challenges. However, by and large extraordinary. Moreover, we partook in a lot of laughs."
During the '80s and '90s, Sirico showed up in movies, for example, "Goodfellas," "Strong Aphrodite," and "Mickey Blue Eyes."
In any case, he became striking through "The Sopranos," wherein he played the pitiless however brilliant Paulie Walnuts.
At the hour of his tryout, he checked on in one gathering, he was 55 and laying on his mother's couch.