|Full Name||Genaro Anthony Sirico Jr.|
|Last Name||Sirico Jr.|
|Birth Name||Genaro Anthony Sirico Jr.|
|Birth City||Brooklyn, New York|
|Birth Country||United States|
|No Of Children||2|
|Sibilings||Robert Sirico, Carmine Sirico|
|Date of Birth||July 29,1942|
Gennaro Anthony Sirico Jr., professionally known as Tony Sirico, is an American actor. He is best known for his role as Paul "Paulie Walnuts" Gualtieri in HBO's The Sopranos and Vinny Griffin in Fox's Family Guy.
Sirico is currently 78 years old. He was born on July 29, 1942, in Brooklyn, New York, USA, as Gennaro Anthony Sirico Jr. Talking about his height, he is 5 ft and 11 in (1.8 m) tall.
Tony spent his early years in the East Flatbush and Bensonhurst neighborhoods of Brooklyn. His brother, Robert Sirico, is a Catholic priest and serves as the president of the free-market Acton Institute.
On the other hand, Sirico's older brother, Carmine Sirico, is a actor and had briefly appeared as "Dealer" in the second season of The Sopranos, specifically in the episode titled The Happy Wanderer.
Sirico has a net worth of $10 million, as per Celebrity Net Worth. He first appeared in the film as an extra in the 1974 movie Crazy Joe. Since then, Tony has played gangsters in a number of films, including Mob Queen, Mighty Aphrodite, Goodfellas, Love and Money, Defiance, Fingers, The One Man Jury, Bullets over Broadway, The Pick-up Artist, Gotti, The Last Fight, Innocent Blood, The Search for One-eye Jimmy, and Cop Land.
Besides, the 78-year-old played as policemen in the films Dead Presidents and Deconstructing Harry. His most acclaimed role went on to be Paul "Paulie Walnuts" Gualtieri in the Emmy award-winning drama, The Sopranos. He portrayed the character from 1999 to 2007, earning numerous nominations and winning two Screen Actors Guild Award for his performance.
In 2013, Sirico replaced Brian Griffin following his death and voiced the character of Vinny Griffin in Fox's animated series, Family Guy, for three years. Moreover, he lent his voice for Big Daddy in Nickelodeon's The Fairly OddParents and Enzo Perotti in Fox's American Dad!.
His other notable movies and tv shows credits include Turn of Faith, Friends and Romans, Wonder Wheel, Miami Vice, A Muppets Christmas: Letters to Santa, Jersey Shore Shark Attack, Lilyhammer, Taxi Brooklyn, The Grinder, Cosby, Witness to the Mob, Chuck, Medium, and Nicky Deuce.
Sirico is married and has been so for many years though not much information regarding his married life has been made public since Sirico prefers to keep his personal life private.
According to several online sources, he and his wife have two children together, daughter Joeanna Sirico and son Richard Sirico, who are both in their 30s. Sirico resides in Bensonhurst, Brooklyn, with his wife and children.