He reaches out to Tony to try and help him book Frankie Valli to play the casino. With Tony incapacitated, his consigliere Silvio Dante took over as Acting Boss of the Soprano Crime Family; however, Silvio was unable to handle the pressure of being boss, and had an asthma attack that put him in the hospital. The undue stress of putting his children through college and trying to control a resentful and recalcitrant Ralphie fatally proved to be too much for Gigi and thereby induced a fatal heart attack while he was constipated on the toilet.

At the same time, Phil had a war-room discussion where he arranged for New Jersey to be wiped out. Tommy is an elderly soldier in Junior Soprano's crew who is responsible for looking after him as his dementia worsens. A Soprano hitman notable for committing the final murder of the series. A young enforcer and friend of Chris Moltisanti. According to Tony, Haydu was a gambler with serious debts back when he was a uniform cop. At a meeting with other administrators and capos, it is apparent to everyone else Jimmy is acting somewhat odd and also deemed an informant. The boy committed suicide during a drug induced psychosis after buying drugs from Rusty. It is not mentioned whether Tommy Gilardi was a Caporegime or a made guy, but the fact that he had a driver implies that Gilardi must have been a high-ranking member during the 1980s, under former Boss Ercoli "Eckley" DiMeo. Though Jackie already had full control in 1999 (the first season of The Sopranos), at one point he said "I may be Acting boss while the old man's a guest of the government" out of deference to DiMeo. Finally gets some screentime where he looks like he might be the new mole threat to Tony. The character is portrayed by Vito Antuofermo, the former undisputed Middleweight Boxing Champion of the world (1979-1980) and a member of the Boxing Hall of Fame. Maurice Tiffen – front operator of the Housing and Urban Development scam. Corky was chosen primarily because he speaks Italian and would therefore be able to communicate effectively with the hitmen. Junior's crew severed the link between themselves and Rasheen by killing Donnie Paduana, so Rasheen most likely escaped. He also visits Junior in the asylum where Junior currently resides. Tony conducted the execution of Millio with caution, bringing in two men from Naples to carry out the hit on Rusty and his soldier, Eddie Pietro. 2006–2007 – Robert "Bobby Bacala" Baccalieri, Jr. – murdered in 2007. Shows some genuine concern for Beansie Gaeta after his run in with Richie Aprile, with whom Paulie is none too happy.

Raffaelle is perhaps a soldier or a higher ranked member of the Zucca crime family in Naples, headed by Annalisa Zucca. The years of Jackie's tenure as Boss (1995–1999) are generally considered to have been peaceful, prosperous years; Jackie was a well-respected and much beloved Boss who didn't "eat alone," much to the contentment of his Capos. Bryan Spatafore's brother, Vito Spatafore, was a made man in the Aprile crew at the time. Interestingly, the FBI thought this "war" was likely the cause of Richie Aprile's "disappearance.". 1999–2005 – Corrado "Junior" Soprano – imprisoned house arrest 2000–2006, was unknowingly a front boss for his nephew Tony. Little Pussy is an old enemy of Uncle Junior. While busting out Scatino's sporting goods store, Tony had been receiving stolen airline tickets, discovered by way of information given by turncoat Big Pussy" Bonpensiero and Tony's giving one of the stolen tickets to his mother, Livia. He there encounters Janice, whom he suspects is attempting to con Junior into giving her the last of his money. The family is loosely based on the DeCavalcante crime family, a real New Jersey Mafia family.[1][2][3]. Christopher remembered being told that it was a cop that killed his father. Jackie's older brother, Richie Aprile, also stepped up in the same crime family. Il est aussi possible de jouer avec la grille de 25 cases. Changer la langue cible pour obtenir des traductions. This dispute disturbed Tony a great deal, primarily because it was making headlines due to the fires being set by those involved. He lives with his wife Lorraine and toy terrier Spencer. William "Petite" Clayborn and Rasheen Ray.

Died of a heart attack in season 6 Part I. Dogsy helped Vito Spatafore beat up the Soprano family's appraiser on the HUD scam restoring his loyalties to them. This scuffle leaves Carlo dead and Furio wounded. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. By the events of the series, he is Boss in name only, and never demonstrated any influence over the family: he is serving a life sentence in a high security United States Prison in Springfield, Missouri. Ercole DiMeo, a.k.a. His name is a derivative of the name Antoine. After hiding in New Hampshire for months, Vito returned to New Jersey, approaching Tony about starting up a separate operation in Atlantic City involving prostitution. He becomes the executor of Joe "Peeps" Peparelli's estate and affairs. Two of the factors that brought the two closer together was when Junior informed Tony of Richie Aprile's plot to kill Tony, and take over the family, and when Junior was diagnosed with stomach cancer in 2001. Soprano knew what had to be done, and arranged for Phil Leotardo to be executed. Contracted by Junior's crew to kill Tony Soprano via intermediary Donnie Paduana. When the death of Giacomo "Jackie" Aprile is reported on television in season one, the newsreporter states that; he was the Acting boss for the 74-year-old Ercoli "Eckley" DiMeo, which then makes him over 80 years old at the end of the series. Feech went to see Tony Soprano, the new boss of North Jersey, and requested his card game back, as well as permission to get back in the action. Christopher, already considered young to have been "made," was named acting Capo of the Gualtieri crew while Paulie Walnuts was in jail facing a gun charge (later dropped). Tony had longtime problems with Ralph, despite the two having grown up together (along with Jackie Aprile and Silvio Dante). However, Tony would serve as the power behind the throne with support of both the other family capos and their main conduit to the Brooklyn-based Lupertazzi Family, underboss John "Johnny Sack" Sacrimoni. (The brutal double homicide is later reported in the newspapers and on television, and Murmur shows the story to Silvio and Paulie.). Tony then begins to suspect that Vin Makazian mistook Jimmy for Pussy as they are similar in appearance. This was recorded by FBI surveillance outside and was instrumental in Ade's attempt to flip Christopher that resulted in her death. Dickie was killed during Christopher's infancy, right outside the house while bringing TV trays home. DiMeo ran the family from sometime in the late 1950s or early 1960s until he received a sentence of life imprisonment in 1995, at which point Giacomo "Jackie" Aprile became Acting boss of the family. The night he was murdered, he came home from his retirement party wearing a Hawaiian shirt and a few novelty leis around his neck. Closet gay. At the time of his execution his family's waste sanitation corporation is involved in a bidding contract war over garbage routes controlled by Soprano family front organization Barone Sanitation. In "46 Long" Jackie mediated a dispute between Tony and Junior. Son of E Gary La Manna. One of Brendan Filone's goons involved in robbing Comley trucking shipments under the protection of Uncle Junior. Copyright © 2000-2016 sensagent : Encyclopédie en ligne, Thesaurus, dictionnaire de définitions et plus. "Why was I born handsome instead of rich?". His name is short for "Orange Juice". After a sit-down between the New Jersey and New York Families, a truce was nearly reached before a reference from Little Carmine to the death of Billy Leotardo resulted in Phil Leotardo storming out. The founder of the DiMeo Crime Family, Domenico Ercole DiMeo, AKA 'Old Man' AKA 'Eckley' DiMeo, the official boss of the family. But, after the officer displays attitude Tony doesn't like at the garden center (including refusing a large cash tip Tony offers him), Tony tells Zellman: "Fuck 'im." In 2002, the RICO trial against Junior Soprano ended in a hung jury, but the government moved to schedule a re-trial, meaning Junior had to stay under house arrest. Caught by the police, Tony B. ended up getting charged under the RICO law and spending 15 years in prison, while Tony would go on to become one of the top earners in the DiMeo family. During the war of 1999, Junior Soprano moves in on Christopher's territory and has "Yo-Yo" pay up to him instead. Jackie Aprile Jr. and Dino Zerilli's friend and partner in crime on the robbery of Eugene Pontecorvo's low stakes Saturday night card game. Once Richie sees David playing in the Executive game, though, he snaps at Tony for allowing his friend to get involved in the first place. These names should also be arranged into specific crews (Soprano, Aprile, La Manna, etc.) Dino resists at first but later decides to comply with Jackie Jr.'s scheme to rob Eugene Pontecorvo's low-stakes card game in order to gain the respect of the higher level mobsters. Tony quickly settled the dispute between the two at a stand-up meeting in his backyard, in which Tony said, "No more fires." Tony refers to them as the "tailors", "cousins", or "zips". The murder was ultimately blamed on the late Jackie Aprile, Sr. Boss of one of the five New York families that bears his name. He also had Chris arrange a sitdown with Hesh where it seemed violence might break out — however Massive instead threatened litigation if payment was not forthcoming. He was born and raised in Dover, New Jersey. He made Tony his street boss so he could collect for him. Feech stole cars from Dr. Ira Fried's daughter's wedding.

Suffered from lung cancer after a lifelong smoking habit. Junior reacts poorly to this joke and has Mikey call Donnie back and execute him on the spot. An old crew of brutal hitmen recommended to Tony for a whacking by Junior. Earlier in the episode, Vin Makazian, who had suffered from chronic depression, had committed suicide by jumping off a bridge, so Tony was not able to confirm whether or not for sure Vin had gotten Jimmy and Pussy confused. It leads to. club to entertain Jackie in his hospital bed.

Silvio once commented to Paulie that he was bringing in more than him. Tanno is perhaps an associate or a soldier of the Zucca crime family in Naples, headed by Annalisa Zucca. Phillip is Patsy Parisi's identical twin brother, who was born eleven minutes after him in Bloomfield, New Jersey. In Season 5, Episode 1 ("Two Tonys"), Tony S. mentions to Christopher that Tony S. had to buy dinners for Richie Aprile and "Fat" Jerry Anastasia at Benihana and Peter Luger Steak House when Tony S. was a newly-made guy. http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Characters/TheSopranosDiMeoCrimeFamily. Rocco was a feared mobster in his day but lost some credibility when Richie Aprile bested him in a fist fight in the 1970s and took his leather jacket, after this brawl, Rocco was ashamed at being beaten by Richie and left New Jersey.