Comedian Paul Sorvino is dead

Comedian Paul Sorvino is dead

A must-have new face in Hollywood has just passed away. Aged 83, Paul Sorvino died Monday morning at the age of 83. He died in the presence of his wife Dee Dee Sorvino who paid him a tender tribute on social networks. “I am completely devastated. The love of my life and the most wonderful man who ever lived is gone. My heart is broken “, she posted in the caption of several pictures showing her alongside her late husband. “ There will never be another Paul Sorvino, he was the love of my life and one of the greatest actors on screen and on stage,” she added in a press release announcing the sad news. A press release in which the family specified the cause of death. According to those close to him, Paul Sorvino “ died of natural causes after battling health issues in recent years.”

His death was also confirmed by his children, both actors Mira and Michael Sorvino. “ My father, the great Paul Sorvino, is dead. I am heartbroken – a life full of love, joy and wisdom with him is over. He was the most wonderful father. I love him so much. Sending you so much love daddy as you ascend to the stars “, posted on Twitter the actress seen in American Crime History, or even in the mini-series Hollywood. “ I mourn the loss of my beloved father Paul Sorvino. Dad, (…) I will always remember with emotion our old times spent together, when you taught me to play tennis, baseball, to have a truer game or when you gave me my first Swiss army knife or you taught me how to cook a steak”, reacted Michael Sorvino on Twitter. “ It is comforting to see the outpouring of love, admiration and tenderness for my father (…) We, his family, thank you all for your support and your condolences”he added.

Paul Sorvino notably made a name for himself as an actor by playing Paulie Cicero in the cult film Freedmen by Martin Scorsese alongside Robert de Niro, Joe Pesci, Ray Liotta and Tony Sinco who died in early July. The actor also marked the spirits in the costume of Sergeant Phil Cerreta in the series New York Judicial Police. Also a director, producer, but also author, sculptor and opera singer, the one who began his career in the 1970s was a regular in supporting roles. With more than 170 roles to his credit, he has played in several Warren Beatty productions, including Bulworth and The exception to the rule and marked the spirits in the skin of Henry Kissinger in Nixon by Oliver Stone.

He also co-starred with Tom Cruise in In the enterprises from Sydney Pollack, to Leonardo DiCaprio in Romeo + Juliet by Baz Luhrmann or Jean-Claude Van Damme in Trap in Hong Kong by Hark Tsui. On the series side, he appeared in Moonlight, Super Cops, New Generation Star Trek, Elementary, The Goldbergs, Bad Blood and Godfather of Harlem.

Clara Kolodny

Facebook Comments

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *