Aiello, Danny Louis Jr.
Born: May 20, 1933 AD
Currently alive, at 80 years of age.
1933 - Born on the 20th of May in Brooklyn, New York.
1940 - Worked as a newspaper vendor and shoeshine boy at the Grand Central Station.
1946 - Joined the National Guard at the young age of 13.
1948 - Attended James Monroe High School in New York.
1951 - Submitted false documents to be able to join the Army.
1957 - 1967 - Became the youngest elected president of Loacal 1202 of the Amalgamated Transit Union.
1972 - Worked as a substitue emcee and a full-time bouncer at a comedy club in New York.
1973 - Appeared in the film, "Bang the Drum Slowly" as his debut.
1975 - Appeared in "Lamppost Reunion" as his Broadway debut.
1981 - Played the part of a sadistic cop in the film, "Fort Apache, the Bronx".
1985 - Included in the cast in the cop thriller film, "The Protetor".
1987 - Played the part of Cher's fiance in the film "Moonstruck".
1989 - Played the part of the detective in the "The Preppie Murder" and portrayed Sal, the owner of a Brooklyn pizza parlor in the film "Do the Right Thing".
1991 - Played the part of the sidekick of Bruce Willis in "Hudson Hawk".
1997 - One of the executive producer and starred in CBS drama series "Dellaventura".
2005 - Included in the cast of the film "Brooklyn Lobster".
2006 - Played the part of a gambling victim in the thriller film, "Lucky Number Slevin".
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