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Mobsters

Mobsters

Meet the Mobsters

  • Albert Anastasia
    Albert Anastasia

    Albert Anastasia

    1902 - 1957

    Mob boss Albert Anastasia started out as a hitman and became one of the most powerful crime bosses of the 20th century. He helped run Murder Inc.

  • Al Capone
    Al Capone

    Al Capone

    1899 - 1947

    A child from an Italian immigrant family, Al Capone, also known as "Scarface," rose to infamy as the leader of the Chicago mafia during the Prohibition era.

  • Anthony Gas Pipe Casso
    Anthony Casso

    Anthony Casso

    1940 -

    Anthony Casso is a member of the Lucchese crime family who was the first major crime boss to be kicked out of the witness protection program.

  • Joey Gallo
    Joey Gallo
  • Joey Gallo

    "Crazy" Joey Gallo was a hitman for  the Profaci crime family and friend of Nicky Barnes.

  • John Gotti
    John Gotti

    John Gotti

    1940 - 2002

    John Gotti was an organized crime leader who became head of the Gambino family.

  • Lucky Luciano
    Lucky Luciano

    Lucky Luciano

    1897 - 1962

    Lucky Luciano was an Italian-born American mobster best known for engineering the structure of modern organized crime in the United States.

  • Joe Mad Dog Sullivan
    Mad Dog Sullivan
  • Mad Dog Sullivan

    This mob hit man is the only prisoner to ever escape from Attica.

  • Sammy Gravano
    Sammy "The Bull" Gravano

    Sammy "The Bull" Gravano

    1945 -

    Sammy "The Bull" Gravano, a mobster turned government witness, is best known for testifying against his mafia associates in exchange for government protection.

  • Thomas Pitera

    Tommy Pitera

    1954 -

    Mobster Tommy Pitera was a hitman for the Gambino and Bonanno organized crime families. Notorious for his brutal crimes, he is nicknamed “The Butcher.”

  • Tony Accardo

    Tony Accardo

    1906 - 1992

    Tony 'Big Tuna' Accardo turned to a life of crime in his early teens, and quickly rose to infamy as a soldier in Al Capone's Chicago Crime Syndicate.
  • Whitey Bulger

    Whitey Bulger

    1929 -

    Whitey Bulger was a preeminent figure in Boston's organized crime scene from the 1970s until the mid-'90s, when he fled the area. Captured in 2011, he was later found guilty of federal racketeering, extortion, conspiracy and 11 murders.

  • Bugsy Siegel

    Bugsy Siegel

    1906 - 1947

    Iconic mobster Benjamin "Bugsy" Siegel built the Flamingo casino in Las Vegas, igniting an era of glamour, gambling and gangsters in the desert.

  • Jimmy Hoffa

    Jimmy Hoffa

    1913 - 1975

    Jimmy Hoffa was became a labor organizer in the 1930s, rising in the Teamsters Union during the next two decades until he reached the office of president.

  • Vincent Gigante

    Vincent Gigante

    1928 - 2005

    Vincent Gigante was an Italian-American mobster who led the Genovese crime family of New York City from the early 1980s until 2005.

  • Henry Hill

    Henry Hill

    1943 - 2012

    Henry Hill was a member of the Lucchese crime family who became a federal informant, inspiring the Martin Scorsese movie Goodfellas.

  • Tommy Lucchese

    Tommy Lucchese

    1899 - 1967

    Tommy Lucchese is best known as one of New York City's mob bosses during the 1950s and 1960s.

  • Danny Greene

    Danny Greene

    1933 - 1977

    Known as "The Irishman," Danny Greene was one of most notorious crime figures in the Midwest. He even took on the entire mafia in his quest for power.

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