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Vincent Curatola stars in Nickelodeon's original TV movie "Nicky Deuce," opposite Noah Munck, Steve Schirripa, Michael Imperioli, Tony Sirico and Rita Moreno.

Best known for playing Johnny "Sack" Sacramoni in HBO's critically acclaimed drama "The Sopranos," Vincent Curatola was born and raised in Englewood, New Jersey. As a child his paper route customers included several actors and entertainers who influenced his love for the arts. He was educated in Jesuit schools in Manhattan and studied filmmaking at NYU. Although he pursued other careers, he always maintained a desire to become an actor.

After studying the craft for several years, he began appearing in several off-Broadway plays and theater companies, playing such roles as Harry Roat in "Wait Until Dark" and George in "Same Time Next Year." In addition to "The Sopranos," Vincent's credits include other dramatic series such as CBS's "Person of Interest," USA Network's "Monk," NBC's "Third Watch," "Law & Order," "Law & Order: SVU" and "Law & Order: Criminal Intent" and FOX's "Tribeca," as well as "Saturday Night Live," "Exiled" and "Gotti," and several national commercials. Vincent enjoys writing his own scripts, one of which, "Dearly Beloved," he produced and filmed.

Vincent provided the voice of Elkens, the crazy sports nut neighbor of Dr. Bimblebee (Blair Underwood) on Nickelodeon's animated series "Fatherhood," produced by Bill Cosby.

Vincent's credits include the 2005 comedy "Fun with Dick and Jane," "Karma, Confessions and Holi" and "Johnny Slade's Greatest Hits," co-starring John Fiore, Richard Portnow and Dolores Sirianni. In the latter film, Vincent plays a mob boss in hiding from the FBI who he hires a broken-down lounge singer to sing special lyrics every night in the club. His henchmen attend the performance and listen to their orders in musical form.

Vincent and his wife Maureen are very proud to be connected to Heartshare Human Services of New York, which helps people who need assistance due to handicaps, diseases and mental retardation. They are honored that one of the Heartshare buildings was named the Vincent and Maureen Curatola Residence in Flushing, Queens.

From time to time Vincent joins his friends from the band Chicago onstage to sing a song. He continues to reside in Northern New Jersey with his wife, Maureen.

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Age: 63 years old
Birthday: August 16, 1953
Height: 5' 11"
Birthplace: Englewood, NJ
Wife: Maureen

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