Actor Joseph Siravo’s Cause of Death at 64 Relates to Illness
The actor, producer, and educator, Joseph Siravo’s cause of death break many hearts. He passed away on April 11, 2021, after a long time battling cancer; actor Gerry Pastore confirmed Siravo’s death news via Instagram.
Siravo is best known for his work on Broadway in the Tony Award-winning productions of Oslo and The Light in the Piazza and also for his roles in television and different movies, like Fred Goldman in The People v. O. J. Simpson: American Crime Story and most notably as Johnny Soprano in The Sopranos.
He appeared briefly in the Law & Order episode entitled “Burned” (Season8; Episode9) in 1997. Joseph was cast in 1999 to play the role of Johnny Soprano, father of Tony Soprano, on The Sopranos. He played his role in five episodes during the series’ run.
The great actor played more than 2000 performances as Angelo DeCarlo in the First National Tour of Jersey Boys.
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What is Joseph Siravo’s Cause of Death?
Joseph Siravo’s cause of death is announced as cancer. It is reported that he was battling with this illness for many years.
Mr. Siravo portrayed mobster John Gotti in the 2015 film The Wannabe and Gene Gotti in the 1998 made-for-TV film Witness to the Mob.
The actor played the role of Niko in seasons one and two of the NBC show The Blacklist, and played the role of Nicholas Bianco, the husband of Anna Bianco (Kathrine Narducci), in “Love Stories,” in 2015; the 13th episode of the 5th season of the CBS police procedural drama Blue Bloods.
He also played the role of Cardinal Mancini, a senior Vatican official in charge of the pope’s security on his visit to New York in 2019, in the 15th episode of the first season of New Amsterdam.
Joseph appeared as John Rizzo, former Acting General Counsel of the CIA, in the 2019 film, The Report, executive produced by Steven Soderbergh and directed by Scott Z. Burns.