Bruce MacVittie, star of The Sopranos and Sex and the City, has died at the age of 65

Bruce MacVittie, star of The Sopranos and Sex and the City, has died at the age of 65 ...

Bruce MacVittie, a well-known actor for his roles in The Sopranos and Sex and the City, died at the age of 65.

On Saturday, MacVittie died in a Manhattan hospital, and his wife, Carol Ochs, confirmed the news to the New York Times.

No cause of death has been revealed.

MacVittie''s role as Danny Scalercio on The Sopranos, as well as his regular guest appearances on Law & Order and As The World Turns, has been widely recognized.

His career sparked broadway, as Al Pacinos understudided in the 1983 production American Buffalo, and later took over the lead role.

MacVitties has over tens of thousands of shows, including guest roles in Miami Vice, Sex and the City, Oz, Blue Bloods, Chicago Med, and The Deuce.

The actor, who hailed from Providence, RI, sat down in films while appearing in Stonewall, Hannibal, and Brooklyns Finest.

In the HBO limited series When They See Us, one of his last roles was starring Detective Hartigan.

Following the announcement of MacVitties'' death, gratitude poured in.

I met with Bruce MacVittie shortly after this. He was a beautiful, honest actor and actor. The real deal. Sending love to his friends and neighbors. https://t.co/bP07qWyEaj

Bruce MacVittie, 82, told the New York Times. His performances were always glistening and cracking, with a heart and a joy to watch. He was the embodiment of the struggling actor in New York City, and he made it work. We will miss him.

Evan Handler, who plays Charlotte Yorks husband Harry Goldenblatt in the hit HBO shows, paid homage to his former co-star in Sex and the City and And Just Like That.

Bruce MacVittie met and played together many times throughout his career, as actors and friends, in a tweet.

In a follow-up email, Handler recalled how MacVittie was with his side during his life-threatening illness in the 1980s.

he took the care of anyone in need despite no matter how divisive or traumatic their experiences. Please let your friends know you love them, and give them the same information as Bruce.

Warren Leight, the late actor who founded Law & Order, paid a tribute on Twitter.

Weve all worked together so often. He was a talented, honest actor and actor. His decision was made, according to the author.

Bruce is survived by his wife and their daughter Sophia Oliva Ochs MacVittie.

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