About Paul Sorvino Autographed Memorabilia & Collectibles
An American actor, Paul Anthony Sorvino is popularly known for his roles in the film Goodfellas as Paulie Cicero and on the television series Law & Order as Sgt. Phil Cerreta. Sorvino is the father of popular actress Mira Sorvino
Sorvino’s career started in an advertizing company, where he worked as a copywriter. In 1964, Sorvino launched his Broadway career in the musical Bajour and then appeared in his first movie Where’s Poppa? six years later. Sorvino was critically praised for playing Phil Romano in the 1972 Broadway production of Jason Miller’s That Championship Season.
Moreover, Sorvino portrayed the character of communist Louis C. Fraina in the 1981 epic film Reds by Warren Beatty and played as a militia leader in Larry Cohen’s The Stuff (1985), alongside Michael Moriarty. Sorvino succeeded the role of George Dzunda on Law & Order in 1991 and then appeared in the 1995 film Nixon as Henry Kissinger, one of his most notable roles. Sorvino played starring role in the TV drama That’s Life as Frank DeLucca from 2000-2002.
Paul Sorvino was born in Brooklyn, New York City on April 28, 1939 and studied at Lafayette High School and then attended the American Musical and Dramatic Academy. Sorvino is married to drama therapist Lorraine Davis and has three kids, namely, Mira, Michael, and Amanda.
Sorvino is the founder of Paul Sorvino Asthma Foundation, which aims to build asthma centers in the US. He introduced his Paul Sorvino Foods in 2007 to market a variety of pasta sauces. Sorvino is also an expert sculptor, having unveiled his sculpture of his late friend Jason Miller in December 2008.