Born Paul Anthony Sorvino April 13, 1939 New York City, U.S.

Died-July 25, 2022 (aged 83) Jacksonville, Florida, U.S.

Paul Sorvino Biography

Occupation  Actor  opera singer businessman writer  sculptor

Sorvino began his career as a copywriter in an advertising agency. He took voice lessons for 18 years.

Sorvino lived in Los Angeles and Madison, Indiana. He had three children: Mira, Michael, and Amanda from his first marriage with Lorraine Davis.

On January 17, 2007, news reports detailed that he displayed a gun in front of Daniel Snee, an ex-boyfriend of his daughter Amanda,

January 3 in Stowe, Vermont. She said she locked herself in the bathroom and called both the police and her father.

In January 2018, Sorvino learned that Harvey Weinstein allegedly sexually harassed his daughter Mira, and then blacklisted her within the film industry

Sorvino received critical praise for his performance as Phil Romano in Jason Miller's 1972 Broadway play That Championship Season,

He appeared in another George Segal-starring film with a prominent supporting role in the Academy Award-winning romantic comedy A Touch of Class

In 1993, Sorvino substituted for Raymond Burr in a Perry Mason TV movie, The Case of the Wicked Wives.

Source- Wikipedia

Paul Sorvino Biography