Michael Schofield

Wentworth Miller is a critically acclaimed actor whose credits span both television and feature film. In 2006 Miller was nominated for a Golden Globe for Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series for his work on PRISON BREAK. Miller lives in Los Angeles.

Johnny Sack

“You know me…I don’t stick my beak in.” The urbane boss of the New York family, Johnny Sack is known for his sharp intellect and calm demeanor. He’s a still-waters-run-deep guy who makes it a point to keep tabs on anything that could affect his business and keep his innermost thoughts to himself. Those qualities […]

Little Paulie Germani

“Ralph told this funny f**king joke…he goes, Ginny Sack had a 95-pound mole taken off her ass…That’s in bad taste, huh?” Little Paulie is the nephew and right hand of Paulie “Walnuts” Gualtieri. He’s not yet a made man, but has the makings of an adequate soldier; he leaves the strategizing to others and does […]

Phil Leotardo

“Next time there won’t be a next time.” A longtime captain in the Lupertazzi family, Phil Leotardo was one of several wiseguys who were sent to prison in the “Mafia crackdown” of the 1980’s. Phil was always very good at his job; he has an alleged twenty-seven hits to his credit and can literally scare […]

Silvio Dante

“Last year I made bail so fast, my soup was still warm when I got home.” Silvio Dante didn’t always want to be a mobster. His dream as a youth was to make it big as a singer. But while the spirit was willing, the pipes were weak; Silvio ended up managing topless dancers instead. […]

Vito Spatafore

“Sometimes you tell a lie so long, you don’t know when to stop.” Vito Spatafore, scion of the Spatafore Construction family and cousin of the Apriles, was a member of the late Ralph Cifaretto’s crew. That crew has seen a variety of capos come and go in the last few years – before Ralph it […]

Tony Soprano

“All due respect, you got no f**king idea what it’s like to be number one. Every decision you make affects every facet of every other f**king thing. It’s too much to deal with almost. And in the end you’re completely alone with it.” The pressures of running ‘the family’ have taken their toll on Tony. […]

Meadow Soprano

“Did (other) kids ever find fifty thousand dollars in Krugerrands and a .45 automatic while they were hunting for Easter eggs?” Tony and Carmela’s firstborn, Meadow Mariangela Soprano is, in many ways, a typical suburban ingenue: pretty, bright and talented, she was a high school honors student. But, being a Soprano, some of Meadow’s life […]

Carmine Lupertazzi

“A real hardhead, this Soprano kid. And the ego. I tell you, though, when I first met him, decisive as he is, I’d have been proud to call him my son.” The capo di tutti capi of New York, Carmine Lupertazzi Sr. was an old school wise guy of Junior’s generation. But unlike Junior, who’s […]

Benny Fazio

“D.A. tossed (my case)…the witness bailed.” Once Tony’s driver, Benny is an eager young aspirant who likes to hang out with Christopher, hoping he’ll get the opportunity to score some points. He and Christopher used to frequent the Ooh-Fa Pizza Restaurant, until Christopher, now a made man, decided it was no longer sophisticated enough for […]