Famous People Who Played Mobsters
From Goodfellas to The Godfather, these actors have played some of the most ruthless mobsters ever seen on film or television. They've strong armed, shot 'em up and made offers you couldn't refuse. Check out the actors who made our favorite tough guys from Al Pacino's Scarface to James Gandolfini's Tony Soprano come to life on screen. Say hello to our little friends.
Meet the actors who played both fictitious and real-life mobsters in TV and film.
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profile name: Al Pacino profile occupation: Film Actor, Theater Actor, Director
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profile name: Denzel Washington profile occupation: Film Actor
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profile name: Marlon Brando profile occupation: Film Actor
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profile name: James Gandolfini profile occupation: Film Actor, Theater Actor, Television Actor, Filmmaker
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profile name: Robert De Niro profile occupation: Film Actor, Theater Actor, Director
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profile name: Ray Liotta profile occupation: Film Actor, Television Actor, Television Personality
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