TV Shows - Paul Sorvino
Sorted by online popularity, based on the Engagement Score on May 27, 2024. Paul Sorvino has appeared in 8 television series with data.
  • The Daily Show Poster
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    The Daily Show
    as Self 1 episode • #131 most popular show
    The Daily Show is an American late-night program that combines comedy with satire to dissect current events, politics, and media. Known for its humorous take on the news, the show features a team of correspondents who contribute to segments and interviews.
  • Law & Order Poster
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    Law & Order
    as Phil Cerreta 31 episodes • #205 most popular show
    Law & Order is a critically acclaimed crime drama television series that follows the lives of dedicated police officers and prosecutors as they navigate the complex world of criminal justice in New York City. The show is known for its gripping storytelling, intricate plotlines, and realistic portrayal of the legal system. With a combination of police investigations and courtroom drama, Law & Order has captivated audiences for over two decades.
  • Star Trek: The Next Generation Poster
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    Star Trek: The Next Generation
    as Dr. Nikolai Rozhenko 1 episode • #297 most popular show
    Star Trek: The Next Generation is a science fiction television show that is set in the 24th century, roughly 100 years after the original Star Trek series. It follows the crew of the USS Enterprise-D as they explore space, encounter new alien species, and tackle complex moral and ethical dilemmas. Led by Captain Jean-Luc Picard, the ensemble cast includes a diverse range of characters with their own unique skills and backgrounds. With its groundbreaking special effects, thought-provoking storylines, and iconic characters, Star Trek: The Next Generation has become a landmark series in the science fiction genre.
  • The Goldbergs Poster
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    The Goldbergs
    as Ben 'Pop Pop' Goldberg 1 episode • #400 most popular show
    The Goldbergs is an American sitcom that follows the lives of the Goldberg family in the 1980s. The show, created by Adam F. Goldberg, is narrated by a younger version of Adam and presents a humorous and nostalgic look at growing up in a suburban Pennsylvania household. With a focus on family dynamics and '80s pop culture references, each episode is filled with heartwarming moments and amusing misadventures. The Goldbergs offers a light-hearted and entertaining portrayal of a tight-knit family navigating the challenges of adolescence and the trials of everyday life.
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    Godfather of Harlem
    as Frank Costello 13 episodes • #508 most popular show
    Godfather of Harlem is an American crime drama television series that chronicles the life and exploits of infamous crime boss Bumpy Johnson. Set in 1960s Harlem, the show explores the intersection of crime, politics, and music during a pivotal era in American history. With a stellar cast and gripping storyline, Godfather of Harlem delves into the complex dynamics of power and ambition as Bumpy Johnson navigates the treacherous underworld of organized crime. Seamlessly blending historical events and fictional elements, the series offers an immersive and captivating portrayal of one man's rise to prominence in the Harlem crime scene.
  • Elementary Poster
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    Elementary
    as Robert Pardillo 1 episode • #516 most popular show
    Elementary is an American television show that reimagines the iconic character Sherlock Holmes in a modern-day setting of New York City. This Emmy-nominated series follows Sherlock Holmes as he collaborates with the NYPD to solve complex cases. Recovering from addiction, Sherlock is paired with Dr. Joan Watson, his sober companion who becomes an invaluable partner in his investigative ventures.
  • Celebrity Family Feud Poster
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    Celebrity Family Feud
    1 episode • #1,582 most popular show
    Celebrity Family Feud is a thrilling game show that brings together popular celebrities and their families in a battle of wit and quick thinking. Hosted by a charismatic host, the show challenges the participants to guess the top responses to survey-style questions asked to a panel of 100 people. Through a series of exciting rounds, the celebrities use their knowledge and intuition to earn points for their team. With hilarious moments, unexpected twists, and entertaining banter, Celebrity Family Feud promises non-stop entertainment for both the participants and the viewers.
  • Celebrity Family Feud Poster
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    Celebrity Family Feud
    as Self 1 episode • #1,582 most popular show
    Celebrity Family Feud is a thrilling game show that brings together popular celebrities and their families in a battle of wit and quick thinking. Hosted by a charismatic host, the show challenges the participants to guess the top responses to survey-style questions asked to a panel of 100 people. Through a series of exciting rounds, the celebrities use their knowledge and intuition to earn points for their team. With hilarious moments, unexpected twists, and entertaining banter, Celebrity Family Feud promises non-stop entertainment for both the participants and the viewers.
Movies - Paul Sorvino
Sorted by online popularity. Paul Sorvino has appeared in 27 movies with data.
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Paul Sorvino Biography
Paul Sorvino (April 13, 1939 – July 25, 2022) was an American actor known for his portrayal of authority figures in both criminal and law enforcement roles. He gained recognition for his performance as Lucchese crime family caporegime Paulie Cicero in Martin Scorsese's Goodfellas (1990) and as NYPD Sergeant Phil Cerreta on Law & Order. Sorvino also portrayed various father figures, including in Romeo + Juliet (1996) and TV shows Moonlighting and The Goldbergs. In addition to his notable roles, he appeared in supporting roles in films like A Touch of Class (1973), Reds (1981), The Rocketeer (1991), Nixon (1995), and The Cooler (2003).

On May 27, 2024, Paul Sorvino had 1,829 Wikipedia visits, making him the #3,698 most popular actor online.