Al Sapienza

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Al Sapienza
Born (1962-07-31) July 31, 1962 (age 52)
New York City, New York, U.S.
Occupation Actor
Years active 1979–present

Al Sapienza (born July 31, 1962) is an American actor, who has had numerous roles in television, stage and film productions. He is most well known for his role as Mikey Palmice on the HBO series The Sopranos as well as Marty Spinella, a lobbyist for the teachers' union in the Netflix series House of Cards. He played the role of Dr. Jake Housman in the North American premiere of the stage version of Dirty Dancing.

Early life[edit]

Sapienza was born in New York City, New York, the son of Angela Louise Caldi and Joseph Richard Sapienza.[1] His four grandparents all originated from different regions of Italy.[2] He is the youngest among his four siblings. He graduated with a B.S. from New York University in 1986.

Filmography[edit]

Television
Year Title Role Notes
1995 NYPD Blue Tommy Season 2, Episode 12 "Large Mouth Bass"
1999 Law & Order Scott Shea Season 9, Episode 16 "Harm"
The Sopranos Mikey Palmice Recurring role
2000 NYPD Blue Pete Mangrini Season 7, Episode 17 "Roll Out the Barrel"
Judging Amy Greg Christofaro Season 1, Episode 19 "The Out-of-Towners"
2003 CSI: Miami James Fukes Season 1, Episode 19 "Double Cap"
24 Paul Koplin
Living Straight Adam Parks TV movie
2004 Charmed Johnny the Gent Season 7, Episode 8 "Charmed Noir"
The Sopranos Mikey Palmice Season 5, Episode 11 "The Test Dream"
NCIS Commander Foley Season 1, Episode 18 "UnSEALed"
Alias Tom Season 3, Episode 2 "Succession"
2005 Prison Break Philly Falzone
2006 Law & Order: Criminal Intent Flaherty's attorney Season 6, Episode 7 "Country Crossover"
The Path to 9/11 Donald Sadowy TV movie
In Plain Sight Frank Santoro Sr. TV movie
Brotherhood Frank Panzerelli Season 1, Episode 1 "Mark 8:36"
2007 Til Lies Do Us Part Ethan TV movie
2009 Fringe Conrad Season 1, Episode 13 "The Transformation"
2010 Burn Notice Special Agent Callahan Season 3, Episode 16 "Devil You Know"
2011 Person of Interest Detective Raymond Terney
  • Season 1, Episode 2 "Ghosts"
  • Season 1, Episode 6 "The Fix"
  • Season 1, Episode 18 "Identity Crisis"
  • Season 1, Episode 22 "No Good Deed"
  • Season 2, Episode 9 "C.O.D."
  • Season 2, Episode 18 "All In"
  • Season 2, Episode 19 "Trojan Horse"
  • Season 2, Episode 21 "Zero Day"
  • Season 2, Episode 22 "God Mode"
  • Season 3, Episode 4 "Reasonable Doubt"
  • Season 3, Episode 5 "Razgovor"
  • Season 3, Episode 7 "The Perfect Mark"
White Collar Frank DeLuca, Jr. Season 3, Episode 4 "Dentist of Detroit"
2013 House of Cards Marty Spinella
  • Season 1, Episode 3 "Chapter 3"
  • Season 1, Episode 5 "Chapter 5"
  • Season 1, Episode 6 "Chapter 6"
Arrow Edward Rasmus Season 1, Episode 20 "Home Invasion"
2014 The Flash Detective Fred Chyre Season 1, Episode 1 "Pilot"
Gotham Dick Lovecraft Season 1, Episode 9 "Harvey Dent"


Film
Year Film Role Notes
1979 Nocturna: Granddaughter of Dracula Musician
1991 Frankie and Johnny Peter's roommate
1994 Animal Instincts 2 Eric
Soviet Strike Nick Arnold Computer Game
1995 Free Willy 2: The Adventure Home Engineer
Under Siege 2: Dark Territory Captain no. 2
The Voyeur James
1998 Godzilla Taxi driver
Lethal Weapon 4 Detective
Phoenix Cop
2001 The Hollywood Sign Rodney
2002 Endangered Species Medina
Al's Lads Georgio Alternate title - Capone's Boys
Rabbit Frank
Blind Heat Jeffrey Scott
2003 Bomb the System Officer Bobby Cox
2004 Starkweather Deputy Fahrnbruch
Cellular False Craig
Sin's Kitchen Joe Also associate producer
Megalodon Ross Elliot
Redemption Daniel Stanza
2005 Waterborne Connors
Central Booking Marty Johnson
Back in the Day Detective Kline Voiceover
Devil's Highway Hector
2006 Intellectual Property Paul's father
2007 Scar Delgado
2008 Saw V Chief of Police
2009 Dolan's Cadillac Fletcher
2011 Secrets from Her Past David
2012 A Dark Truth Doug Calder
2013 Please Kill Mr. Know It All Mob Boss
Separation Elliot
2014 Late Phases Bennett

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