John Gotti Agnello

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Reality Television Star(1987–)
Named for his grandfather, John Gotti, a reported leader in the Gambino crime family, John Gotti Agnello appeared in the TV series Growing Up Gotti.

Synopsis

Born on May 5, 1987, John Gotti Agnello is the second son of Victoria Gotti and Carmine Agnello. He is named for his grandfather, the late John Gotti, a reported leader in the Gambino crime family. Agnello appeared on the reality television show Growing Up Gotti.

Early Life

Reality television personality John Gotti Agnello was born on May 5, 1987, in Long Island, New York. John is the second son of Victoria Gotti and Carmine Agnello. He is named for his grandfather, the late John Gotti, a reported leader in the Gambino crime family. An excellent student, John graduated from St. Dominic High School in Oyster Bay, New York, and went on to college in the New York area.

'Growing up Gotti'

John appeared on the reality television show Growing Up Gotti with his family from 2004 to 2005. It featured Victoria Gotti as a single mother, raising her three teenage sons while managing a career and personal life. Viewers were captivated by the series, which provided them with an inside look at one of the most well-known families in America. As a result of the success of the show, he and his brothers, Carmine and Frank, became teenage heartthrobs and were nicknamed the "Hotti Gottis." Sometimes called "Mr. Charismatic," John was known for his love of hair gel and designer clothes.

Recent Work

After the show ended, John has made some public appearances, including making appearances on the 2005 Teen Choice Awards and the 2005 celebrity singing competition series But Can They Sing? Although he was not a contestant on the show, he made an appearance to support his brother Carmine, who was one of the contestants. John appeared on stage within him and their brother Frank in the final episode of the series. As for future plans, he expressed interest in studying law and communications.

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