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'Danny Aiello' Actor Age, Wife, Net Worth, Movies, Godfather, Death Reason| AllBioWiki

AllBioWiki : Veteran Film Actor Danny Aiello is an American Actor.  He was  born on June, 1933 in New York City, Newe York..  He is well known for his roles in the movies "Do The Right Thing" and "The Godfather Part II".  He is no more.

Danny Aiello Death Reason / Cause

He has died on Thursday, 12th December, 2019 at the age of 86 years.  He died after a short illness at a hospital in New Jersey.
"It is with profound sorrow to report that Danny Aiello, beloved husband, father, grandfather, actor and musician passed away last night after a brief illness," the family said, in a statement to the BBC from his literary agent Jennifer De Chiara.
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Danny Aiello Personal Profile

Real Name : Daniel Louis Aiello Jr.

Date of Birth (DOB) : 20th June, 1933

Birth Place : Manhattan, New York, U.S.

Date of Death (DOD) : 12th December, 2019

Death Place : New Jersey, New York, U.S.

Profession : Actor

Children : 4

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Net Worth : $3 million

Where was Danny Aiello born?

Danny Aiello was born on June 20, 1933 in Manhattan, New York, USA, to parents Daniel Louis Aiello, Sr. and Frances. He had five siblings.

How Danny Aiello Died?

Danny was died in hospital after illness.  He does't have any major disease.

Danny Aiello Education

He studied at James Monroe High School.Mar 12, 2018

Danny Aiello Wife

Danny Aiello is married to Sandy Cohen in 1955.

Danny Aiello Children

Danny Aiello has 4 children.  His son Danny Aiello III who was stuntman and actor was died in 2010 due to pancreatic cancer.  His surviving children are Rick, Jaime, and Stacey Aiello.

Danny Aiello Net Worth

Danny Aiello has a net worth of $3 million.

Danny Aiello Carrer

He enlisted in the U.S. Army at 16 years old after lying about his age.  He also played Madonna's father in the 1986 video for "Papa Don't Preach".
A veteran of stage and film, Aiello was best known for playing the pizza parlour owner Sal in Spike Lee's 1989 "Do the Right Thing".

This role earned him a best supporting actor Oscar nomination. He also played the hesitant fiancé of Cher's character, Loretta, in Moonstruck in 1987.

In "The Godfather Part II", Aiello had a relatively small part as small-time gangster Tony Rosato but he made the role his own by uttering the famous line, "Michael Corleone says hello!" during a raid on gang rival Frank Pentangel.

Aiello's big acting break came in the early 1970s in the baseball drama "Bang the Drum Slowly", starring Robert De Niro.

His other credits include "Fort Apache the Bronx", "Once Upon a Time in America", "The Purple Rose of Cairo" and "Hudson Hawk".

Full Metal Jacket actor Matthew Modine paid tribute to his "love, wisdom, talents and grace", while Mia Farrow said he was a "lovely person".

Aiello also had a stage career on Broadway, appearing in shows including "Gemini", "The Floating Light Bulb", "Hurlyburly" and "The House of Blue Leaves" and "Close".

In July 2011, he appeared Off "Broadway" in the two-act drama "The Shoemaker", written by Susan Charlotte and directed by Antony Marsellis.

As well as acting, Aiello had a singing career, he released several big-band style albums including Live from Atlantic City in 2008.

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