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  1. Vincent Pastore is a veteran character actor with a long list of film and television roles. Recently, he has entertained audiences on NBC's "Celebrity Apprentice" and with a recurring role on "General Hospital". He was also featured on the first episode of the new TV Land series, "Make My Day". Vincent is well known for his portrayal of Salvatore "Big Pussy" Bonpensiero on HBO's hit series "The Sopranos. Other television credits include "The Practice", HBO's "Gotti", "A Slight Case of Murder"......  Read Full Bio »

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  1. Vincent Pastore is a veteran character actor with a long list of film and television roles. Recently, he has entertained audiences on NBC's "Celebrity Apprentice" and with a recurring role on "General Hospital". He was also featured on the first episode of the new TV Land series, "Make My Day". Vincent is well known for his portrayal of Salvatore "Big Pussy" Bonpensiero on HBO's hit series "The Sopranos. Other television credits include "The Practice", HBO's "Gotti", "A Slight Case of Murder" as well as "Everybody Hates Chris", "Less Than Perfect," "Las Vegas", "Ed", "Law & Order," and "One Life to Live". Vincent was also the host of TLC series "Repo Man: Stealing for a Living."

    For the big screen, Vincent just finished filming the features, "The Briefcase:, "Profane Language", "Split Endz", and "Street Boss". Vincent can also currently be seen in the independent films "Oy Vey! My Son is Gay!!", "Tricks of a Woman", "Code Blue", "Pizza With Bullets", "PJ", "Slice", "Devil's Dominoes" and "Dough Boy". His film "Revolver" under the direction of Guy Ritchie was recently seen in theatres. Other feature film credits include the voice of of 'Luca' in the Dreamworks hit "Shark Tale", appeared in Reginald Hudlin's "Serving Sara," starring Matthew Perry and Elizabeth Hurley; Scott Kalvert's "Deuces Wild," with Matt Dillon; Penny Marshall's "Riding in Cars With Boys," starring Drew Barrymore; Jon Favreau's "Made," with Favreau and Vince Vaughn; "Corky Romano"; Norman Jewison's "The Hurricane," starring Denzel Washington; "Mickey Blue Eyes," with Hugh Grant; "Vegas Baby", and "The Cookout," with Queen Latifah. He had earlier been seen in such films as "Jane Austen's Mafia!," "The Jerky Boys," "Walking and Talking," Ted Demme's "Who's The Man," "True Love," and "The Basketball Diaries," to name only a portion.

    Some of Vincent's theatre credits include "Amos Hart" in the Tony Award winning musical Chicago and the off-Broadway play Lamppost Reunion. He recently produced and starred in a reading of On The Waterfront with his theatre company NEW ARTISTS; the production has plans for a future NY run.

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