Bruce MacVittie, star of the Sopranos, passed away at the age of 65

Bruce MacVittie, star of the Sopranos, passed away at the age of 65 ...

Bruce MacVittie, star of Sopranos and Law & Order, died last weekend in a critical condition, according to his devastated family on Thursday.

Carol Ochs, a MacVitties wife, confirmed his death to the New York Times, claiming that he died of an unknown cause at a hospital in New York City on May 7th. Bruce appeared in several films including Million Dollar Baby and playing Danny Scalercio on The Sopranos.

Bruce played in television roles such as As The World Turns, Sex and the City, Miami Vice, The Stand, L.A. Law, Oz, and other shows. MacVittie was also an accomplished theater actor who had also worked with Al Pacino on Broadway and in the West End.

Thespian was first born in Providence, RI in 1956, while in high school, then studied with Jerzy Grotowski in 1976. He moved to New York City in 1979 to pursue his acting dream.

After moving to New York, he began working at the Ensemble Studio Theatre in Edward Allen Bakers Prairie Avenue a year later. He made his final appearance on television starring in a 2021 episode of Law & Order: SVU. His father is survived by his wife and daughter Sophia.

At this point, our thoughts are with his family and friends.

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