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Often playing a mobster role, Pastore began his acting career with little parts in GoodFellas (1990) and Carlito's Way (1993) starring Sean Penn. Pastore gained a bigger role as Tony Scarboni in The Jerky Boys (1995) and as Angelo Ruggiero in the HBO TV film Gotti, alongside The Sopranos co-stars Dominic Chianese and Tony Sirico. Pastore has also appeared in several films, such as Two Family House, Riding in Cars with Boys, and Everybody Hates Chris. Furthermore, Pastore starred in the independent film P.J., alongside John Heard and Robert Picardo.
Other than movies, Pastore has appeared in several reality shows, such as VH1’s Celebrity Fit Club, in which he lost 29 lbs during its fourth season. Pastore also joined Celebrity Apprentice as a contestant on its January 2008 season. Pastore was also featured on NBC’s Celebrity Family Feud, in which his team lost against Kathy Lee Gifford’s family in the finals. Pastore also hosts Sirius Satellite Radio’s The Wiseguy Show, produced by fellow Sopranos star Steven Van Zandt.
Pastore is divorced from his former wife Nancy Berke. In 2005, he pleaded guilty and was sentenced to a 70-hour community service after assaulting Lisa Regina, his former fiancée.
Pastore currently lives in City Island in The Bronx and is a loyal fan of ABC’s General Hospital, a soap opera in which he became a cast member in 2008, playing the role of Maximus Giambetti.