Hey pallies, likes sad sad news has come our way that Mr. Frank Vincent, of Goodfellas and Sopranos fame, has departed our planet at age 78. The new of Mr. Vincent's death has been all over the web with quite a number of tributes to this awesome actor, and likes every one that we viewed spoke of Vincent's idolization of our most most beloved Dino.
Likes below is swankly scribed prose by Mr. Kevin Burwick of the new-to-ilovedinomartin entertainment news blog tagged "MOVIEWEB." We chose to share this particular prose 'cause Mr. Burwick speaks of Mr. Vincent's abundant adulation of our Dino with these wisest of wise words which we have chosen as the tag of this Dino-gram, "Vincent's idol was Dean Martin because of his flair for style as well as his naughtiness that he tried to emulate." We are always totally terrifically thrilled to hear of yet 'nother extraordinary entertainer who is totally totally sold out to our Dino as Mr. Frank Vincent was.
We express our sadness to Mr. Vincent's family and friends, and we thanks Mr. Burwick and all the pallies at "MOVIEWEB" for honorin' Vincent and lettin' the world know of his awesome affection for our one and only Dino. To checks out the post in it's original format and to read it in total, simply clicks on the tag of this Dino-message.
Yours in Dino,
Dino Martin Peters
Frank Vincent, Goodfellas and Sopranos Star, Passes Away at 78
Sad news to report. Frank Vincent, one of the most familiar faces from The Sopranos, Goodfellas, and Casino has died at the age of 78. TMZ reports that the actor died from heart surgery complications. Vincent reportedly suffered a heart attack last week and underwent open-heart surgery on Wednesday and died during the surgery in a New Jersey hospital. John Gallagher, who directed Vincent in Street Hunter and The Deli also posted the news to social media.
.....In 2006, Frank Vincent wrote his first book entitled, A Guy's Guide to Being a Man's Man, which received positive reviews. Vincent's idol was Dean Martin because of his flair for style as well as his naughtiness that he tried to emulate.