Gigante or Gigantes may refer to:

In people:

  • Evelyn Gigantes (born 1942), Canadian politician and journalist
  • Giacinto Gigante (1806–1876), Italian painter
  • Louis Gigante, retired Catholic priest and a brother of mobsters Mario and Vincent
  • Mario Gigante (born 1923), Caporegime in the Genovese Crime Family
  • Vincent Gigante (1928–2005), Boss of the Genovese Crime Family
  • El Gigante, or Jorge Gonzáles, former basketball player and professional wrestler

In media:

  • Gigante (film), a 2009 Uruguayan film
  • Sábado Gigante ("Giant Saturday"), a Spanish American TV program


  • Gigante, Huila, Colombia
  • Gigantes, a race of giants in Greek mythology
  • Supermercados Gigante, a Mexican supermarket chain

Other articles related to "gigante":

Gigante, Huila
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Dominick Cirillo - Genovese Crime Family
... In subsequent years, he grew closer to Gigante, who was seen, in the mid-1980s, as the de facto boss of the Genovese crime family ... While Gigante served as boss on the streets, Cirillo served in a 'messenger' between Gigante and the other caporegimes of the Genovese crime family, as Cirillo's low-key style earned him his ...
Studio Gigante
... Studio Gigante was a Chicago-based video game developer established in 2000 by John Tobias, Dave Michicich, and Joshua Tsui, several developers of Midway ... is a play on the name of the television series Sábado Gigante ...
Louis Gigante
... Luis Gigante is a retired Catholic priest, former Bronx city council member, the founder of the influential South East Bronx Community Organization (SEBCO), a Bronx ...
Mario Gigante - Biography
... Gigante was born in Lower East Side, Manhattan to Salvatore Esposito Vulgo Gigante (April 26, 1900- April 1979), a jewel engraver, and Yolonda Santasilia-Gigante (1902-May 10, 1997), a seamstress and maternal nephew ... Gigante (October 18, 1921 - January 7, 1983) and Ralph, who followed his brother Vincent into a life of organized crime but who would later ... His last brother Louis Gigante became an ordained Roman Catholic priest at St ...