May 5, 1937 |
Brooklyn, New York
|Other names||Johnny Martino|
|Known for||The Godfather|
|Spouse(s)||Lori Martino (m. 1986)|
|Children||Joseph Martino (son)
John Martino (son)
Johnny Martino (born May 5, 1937) is an actor who was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York. He is most renowned for his portrayal of foot-soldier Paulie Gatto in the iconic American crime film, The Godfather.
Martino was born in the United States with parents from Sicily.
Martino began his acting career in a play titled, Hat Full of Rain. He then when on to act in a single episode of the 1960s CBS television show, The Wild Wild West. Martino is mostly known for portraying Paulie Gatto in The Godfather. Afterwards, he landed minor roles in other films.
|1972||The Godfather||Paulie Gatto|
|1974||Truck Stop Women||Smith|
|2005||Confessions of a Thug||Vic Torino|
|1968||The Wild Wild West||Jose||One episode, The Night of the Headless Woman|
- "Time". Time, Volume 151, Issues 17-25. 1998. p. 26. Retrieved 26 April 2011.
Known less for his singing than for playing Johnny Fontaine, the Sinatra-inspired character in The Godfather. ...
- "The Godfather". The New York Times.
- "John Martino in The Wild Wild West". Retrieved July 23, 2014.
- "John Martino Biography". in.com. Retrieved July 23, 2014.
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