Al Lettieri

Age: 86

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Alfred Lettieri (February 24, 1928–October 18, 1975) was an American actor, known for his portrayal of Virgil Sollozzo, in The Godfather.
Lettieri projected an aura of menace and ruthlessness in his film roles, which he attributed to his acquaintance with real-life gangsters, including Joey Gallo. At the age of 36, he made his screen debut in the television film The Hanged Man. Lettieri acted with some of Hollywood's biggest screen names including Steve McQueen in The Getaway, Charles Bronson in Mr. Majestyk, John Wayne in McQ and both Marlon Brando and Al Pacino in The Godfather.
Lettieri died of a heart attack in 1975, at the age of 47, leaving two children.

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Movie Character Year
Iszoxamhzhz7to1tyhc6x4zn72s The Bobo Eugenio Gomez 1967
D4knatrltq6bpkfs01pytyxa09m The Godfather Virgil 'Der Türke' Sollozzo 1972
E8p3tk6qgfdn39f0utlrazdwiu7 The Getaway Rudy Butler 1972
8axgz3z4ni9ofdxko8o424rmc4c The Don Is Dead Vince Fargo 1973
Lk2kwccvy89x0vmzzrawbob7rgy McQ Manny Santiago 1974
C1sjkepjsg0qutboicn4imqadwm Flatfoot in Hong Kong Frank Barella 1975
2ya8kwpgh2biw2vy7z0lzwzdfyg The Godfather: A Novel for Television Sollozzo 1977