List of Characters From The Sopranos in The Lupertazzi Crime Family

List Of Characters From The Sopranos In The Lupertazzi Crime Family

The following is a listing of fictional characters from the HBO series, The Sopranos, that are associated with the Lupertazzi crime family, a fictional criminal organization which, in the show, operates out of New York City. This page is a subarticle that was created to reduce the length of the main article List of characters from The Sopranos.

Read more about List Of Characters From The Sopranos In The Lupertazzi Crime Family:  Jerry Basile, Peter Bucossi, Lorraine Calluzzo, Charles 'Chucky' Cinelli, Salvatore "Coco" Cogliano, Raymond "Ray-Ray" D'Abaldo, Dominic, Jason Evanina, Dominic "Fat Dom" Gamiello, Angelo Garepe, Anthony Infante, Jimmy Lauria, William "Billy" Leotardo, Jason Masucci, Rusty Millio, John Minervini, Mook, Muzzy Nardo, David Pasquale, Joseph "Joey Peeps" Peparelli, James "Jimmy" Petrille, Eddie Pietro, Faustino "Doc" Santoro, Anthony Santosusso, Gerardo "Gerry" Torciano, Yaryna

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