Appeared as himself in Toback's feature documentary "The Big Bang"
Credited as Anthony Sirico Jr in James Toback's "Love & Money"
Acted in Woody Allen's "Bullets Over Broadway"
Grew up in Brooklyn, New York
Played Tommy Gambino in NBC minisries "Witness to the Mob"
Credited as G Anthony Sirico for John Flynn's "Defiance"
Fourth film with Allen, "Deconstructing Harry"
Interviewed for TNT's "Family Values: The Mob & the Movies"
Played Tony Stacks (of Cicero's 1950s crew) in Martin Scorsese's "GoodFellas"
Portrayed an escaped convict in Allen's "Everyone Says I Love You"
Acted with future "Sopranos" co-stars Michael Imperioli and Vincent Pastore in John Andrew Gallagher's "The Deli"
Earned Screen Actors Guild card for first film, "Crazy Joe"
Jailed twice for robbing some New York nightclubs in the late 1960s and early 1970s; served part of his time in Sing Sing, where a traveling thespian troupe of ex-cons called The Theater of the Forgotten came to entertain the inmates
Portrayed Paulie Walnuts on the HBO drama "The Sopranos"
Reteamed with Allen for "Mighty Aphrodite"
Reteamed with Toback for "Exposed"
Third film with Toback for "The Pick-Up Artist"; first credit as Tony Sirico