Untold Story Behind Actor Val Bisoglio’s Cause of Sudden Death
It’s with the most profound sorrow to announce the character actor’s death, best known for his work on television, passed away on October 18, 2021. Val Bisoglio’s cause of death is yet unrevealed. Stay to learn more.
First of all, it needs to be mentioned that no reliable sources have neither shared nor confirmed the tragic News yet; however, Val Bisoglio’s death has been tweeted by many, confirming his death on social media.
He is well-known for playing the role of restaurateur Danny Tovo in the series Quincy, M.E. from 1976, which lasted for almost seven years.
He also made an appearance in Miami Vice back in 1986, titled “Forgive Us Our Debts,” as well as playing the role of Murf Lupo in The Sopranos in 2002.
Noted, he participated in the Mobilization for Youth pilot project of the Kennedy Administration, which was an anti-poverty program, training teenage dropouts for employment.
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Story Behind Val Bisoglio’s Cause of Death
The tragic news has been shared on social media, claiming the character actor, Mr. Bisoglio has sadly passed away; however, nothing has been shared yet, clarifying Val Bisoglio’s cause of death.
It’s said that he passed away in his mountain home near Los Olivos at the age of 95, confirmed by his wife, Bonnie Bisoglio. Make sure to check back the US Day News regularly for the latest updates and be the first to know.
May he rest easy in grace and love and be remembered fondly. Please write your condolence for us as it will be the only thing to get his beloveds through such difficult times.
Fans and friends immediately began writing kind and emotional messages, prayers, and solidarity for family and friends. Variety tweeted: “Val Bisoglio, Actor in ‘Saturday Night Fever’ and ‘M*A*S*H,’ Dies at 95.”
He was blessed with his wife of 25 years, Bonnie B, who shares three sons called Joseph Valentino Bisoglio, Sgt. Scott Chapman and his wife Andrea and Casey DeFranco.
Noted, he started his career as an actor under the tutelage of Jeff Corey, appearing on the New York stage in productions including “Kiss Mama,” “A View from the Bridge” and “Wait Until Dark,” and also in New York City’s Shakespeare in the Park with Arthur Penn.
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Reactions to Val Bisoglio’s Death:
A fan wrote: “Rest In Power Val Bisoglio 95 – Murph in The Sopranos – Sgt. Parnelli / Cook in M*A*S*H – Chief Gray Cloud in The Frisco Kid (1979) and Al Steckler in Working Stiffs (1979) – Frank Senior in Saturday Night Fever.”
One said: “R.I.P. Val Bisoglio, known by M*A*S*H fans for playing Sgt. Salvatore Parnelli. He passed away last week at the age of 95. #ClassicMASH.”
Another tweeted: “#RIP: Val Bisoglio Dead At 95, The Saturday Night Fever And M*A*S*H Star Passes Away In His Home Near Los Olivos, California. After Legendary Hollywood Career, His Wife Of 25 Years Bonnie Confirms.”
One announced: “Val Bisoglio, the actor who appeared in the film No Way To Treat A Lady, has died at the age of 95. RIP Val.” Another said: “Val Bisoglio who starred as the Landlord ‘The Virgin and Turkey’ passed away on the 18th of October aged 95. R.I.P.”
One commented: “Bisoglio began his career in 1956 and continued regularly acting until the mid-1980s. His final on-screen appearances came in three episodes of The Sopranos Season 4 as Murf in 2002.”