Paul Herman, best known for his roles in The Sopranos, Goodfellas, and The Irishman, died at the age of 76. Throughout his nearly four-decade career, the actor enchanted audiences with his many amazing roles. T Keaton-Woods, his representative, confirmed his death to The Hollywood Reporter, but the cause of death was not disclosed.
Who Is Paul Herman?
From 2000 to 2007, Paul played club owner Peter “Beansie” Gaeta on The Sopranos. The actress appeared in five episodes of the show, the most recent being the 2007 episode Remember When. Paul, who was born in Brooklyn in 1946, began his acting career in 1982 with the film Dear Mr. Wonderful, in which he co-starred with Joe Pesci and Karen Ludwig.
Paul appeared in films such as Easy Money, The Purple Rose of Cairo, and Radio Days during the 1980s. His television roles included Spencer: For Hire, Miami Vice, and The Equalizer, but his most well-known performance was as “Beansie” in The Sopranos. His other notable roles include Whispers DiTullio in The Irishman (2019), Alfonse Simone in American Hustle (2013), and Randy in Silver Linings Playbook (2012).
Paul Herman Passes Away At The Age Of 76
The 5 Management Company issued a statement in response to Paul’s death.
“We are deeply saddened by the loss of our beloved Paul Herman,” it said. On and off the screen, he is a true character.
“He will be sorely missed by all who knew him, and we will never forget the sound of his laughter and his fearless spirit.” We ask that you respect the family’s privacy at this time.” The actor was set to appear in Street Justice, which is currently in pre-production.
Mourning Over The Movie Star
While mourning the star’s death, moviegoers couldn’t help but reflect on his illustrious career.
RIP Paul Herman. Think of Beansie tonight 😔😔 pic.twitter.com/MX3dE9Xnqo
— SopranosWorld (@SopranosWorld) March 29, 2022
“Paul Herman, rest in peace.” “Think of Beansie tonight,” a fan wrote.
“I was saddened to learn of Paul Herman’s death on his 76th birthday. He was best known for his role as Beansie on The Sopranos, but he also had a number of other acting roles. “Rest in peace, x,” said another.